The following are the costs charged at our two London clinics only.
Cat Castration: £20
Cat Spay: £25
Dog Castration: from £65
Bitch Spay: from £70
Rabbit and Guinea Pig Neutering
£21 for a course of vaccine against feline enteritis and upper respiratory tract disease
£11 for a booster vaccination against the above
£42 for a course of vaccine against feline enteritis, upper respiratory tract disease and leukaemia
£21 for a booster vaccination against the above
£37 for a course of adult/puppy vaccinations
£21 for a booster vaccination
Consultation charges at Canning Town and Lewisham Clinics
Repeat consultation: £11
Out of hours consultation: £41
Flea products and wormers
Supplied at reduced prices in the interests of animal welfare
ID Microchips: £11
All prices include VAT
Our veterinary services are available for pets whose owners are either on benefits or on a low income, and are unable to afford private veterinary services.
If you are unsure if you are eligible to use our veterinary services please give us a call to discuss.
If you are concerned that your pet is unwell please phone your nearest clinic (either Canning Town or Lewisham) so that we can advise you and if necessary make an appointment for your pet to be seen by one of our vets.
If you require advice about neutering or wish to book a neutering appointment for your pet, please phone your nearest clinic.
VETERINARY CLINICS - LEWISHAM AND CANNING TOWN. If your pet needs an appointment to see a vet or you need advice please phone us. Canning Town - 0207 474 8811 or Lewisham - 0208 691 2100 We are open for cat and dog neutering - please phone to book an appointment.
**For their own safety cats and rabbits must be in a secure cat carrying basket at all times**
For vaccinations for Dogs, Puppies or Ferrets please phone to book an appointment.
Both clinics stock a wide range of effective flea and worm treatments. Please phone to discuss your pet's needs so that we can advise you.
ATTENTION CAT OWNERS! Extra help is also available to neuter cats!!
Struggling to afford to neuter your cat or got several cats and worried about the cost of neutering them all?
The good news is that there is plenty of help available to get cats neutered so please get in touch!
In addition to offering low cost neutering, microchipping and vaccinations at both of our London Cat and Dog Neuter Clinics we also accept neutering vouchers towards the cost. These vouchers are issued by Cats Protection and C4 neutering scheme. If you do not already have a neutering voucher and need one or more then we can also arrange this for you, just call us to discuss what help you need.
So if you are struggling to neuter one, two, three cats or even fifty cats, call us - we will arrange the help you need. A cat in need of neutering is never turned away!
The Importance of Vaccinations...
Puppy sick with Parvo virus infection is dumped at train station - Please vaccinate your dog!
This puppy was rescued on a Saturday night by someone who found her lying on the ground at Canning Town train station.
They took her home for the weekend, but it was clear that she was very unwell and didn't want to eat, had bloody diarrhea and was weak and lethargic.
On Monday morning they brought her to Canning Town clinic for help.
One of our vets examined her and was concerned that she had Parvo virus, a test confirmed this diagnosis. She was immediately placed on a drip and admitted to the clinic where she was cared for in isolation. Thankfully she went on to make a full recovery.
Parvo virus is a nasty virus which is most common in puppies because their immune systems are less well developed. The virus is highly contagious and can survive in the environment for months.
It is very important to vaccinate puppies before they come in contact with other dogs or are allowed to exercise in public places such as parks. There are currently cases of Parvo virus in both East and South London. The virus can also easily be carried in to your home on your shoes and we recommend that anyone with a puppy or dog that is not vaccinated at least removes their shoes when entering their home to reduce the risk.
Symptoms of Parvo virus infection are vomiting, bloody, foul smelling diarrhea, lethargy and loss of appetite. A puppy infected with Parvo virus has about a 50% chance of surviving provided it receives prompt veterinary attention. If the puppy survives the first 3-4 days of treatment the chances of recovery are good.
It is very important to vaccinate your puppy against Parvo virus. Puppies require a course of vaccinations ideally at 8 weeks and again at 12 weeks. Dogs then require an annual booster vaccination to maintain immunity. If you are struggling to afford to vaccinate your dog, please contact either of our London veterinary clinics which both offer low cost vaccinations.