We provide all of your dog, cat and other small animal’s vaccinations, including yearly boosters and starter courses for young and rehomed pets.
Microchipping is a legal requirement for all dogs over the age of eight weeks. We also provide microchipping for cats and other small animals.
We can advise on and provide the best products and routines to keep your pet healthy, happy and free from pests.
Dental care is an important element of pet health, and we have experienced vets and nurses, as well as top facilities including dental x-ray equipment.
Our experienced team of nurses offer help on a wide range of services, including weight management, dental care, fleas and worms, and specific clinics for rabbits and their owners.
We believe that regular health check-ups are important for the long-term health and welfare of all pets, and can facilitate house visits where required.
In-house diagnostic facilities to help us to speedily diagnose potential issues in our patients, including x-ray and ultrasound equipment.
We help you to ensure your pet receives the medication it needs. Bear in mind that pets on long-term medication must be seen by a vet at a minimum of every six months.
We have modern facilities and many years of experience performing soft tissue and orthopaedic surgeries on small animals.
Pets will now require an Animal Health Certificate for each journey they need to take to Europe or Northern Ireland.
We are happy to see and treat a range of small mammals at Abercorn including rabbits, guinea pigs, rats, hamsters, degus, ferrets and mice.
It is always a sad and difficult experience to lose a pet. Making the decision to put a pet to sleep is tough.