Coronavirus/Covid-19 Update

Updated 23rd November 2020:

We remain open to see clients on the basis of clinical need, and strictly by appointment only. Unless notified otherwise, appointments and operations already booked will go ahead as planned. If you have an appointment, please aim to arrive at the specified time to ensure we can keep to schedule.

We request that all clients visiting the practice wear a face covering, and maintain a 2 metre distance at all times.
Clients must please phone the practice before attending.

Please note: We remain very busy, so please bear in mind that we still have to prioritise the most urgent cases.
Where possible, we ask that clients avoid phoning the practice during consulting times (9-11am; 4:30-7pm weekdays).

Ours is the oldest small animal practice in the United Kingdom. It was established in 1873 as a purpose-built equine practice and holding station for horses injured in battle during the first World War. Sometime between the two World Wars it became a small animal practice. Until the houses near the practice were built, the land around was where the horses were kept.

The Practice