Emergency: 01785 715799

We offer our registered clients:

  • 🕒 24 hour nursing care
  • 🩺 Out of Hours Emergency Care provided by our own vets
  • 👨🏻‍⚕️ Continuity of Care

Appointments

Appointments can be made by calling Penkridge 01785 712235 or Rugeley 01889 582459

Small animal clients can book Appointments Online

Out of Hours Emergency: Call 01785 715799

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING

The safety of our staff is highly important to enable us to provide for our patients. Our priority is to offer care to sick and injured animals that need us the most. To do this, our team need to reduce exposure to the general public and stay well.

We are currently operating under Covid-19 guidelines, and will do until our staff are fully vaccinated, with some restrictions on consultations and number of clients on the premises remaining in place.

The procedures and appointments still going ahead

✔️ We are operating as normal, as long as we can maintain social distancing guidelines

✔️ We are carrying out all small animal consults that are required, including vaccinations at reduced appointment times

✔️ We are carrying out all surgical procedures, including neutering, hip and elbow scoring

✔️ We are carrying out all normal equine and farm procedures as long as social distancing measures can be maintained. This now includes equine vetting.

We are still unable to do the following due to being unable to follow social distancing measures

Inpatient visits

House visits

❗ Routine medication checks: there is an option for this to by telemedicine and phone consults ONLY if clients are self isolating or unable to come into the practice. Medication is being supplied posted and via recorded delivery if needed

We are still available 24/7

This advice may change and we will keep you updated accordingly.

We are still enforcing strict rules on social distancing and client presence.

One person per pet only. We have facilities for clients to wait on the yard and in the stocks area rather than entering our reception. Customers are asked to pay by card only and wear a face mask on entering the building, unless medically unable to do so.

We have a ZERO-TOLERANCE policy on those not willing to comply with social distancing guidelines. Those unwilling to comply will be politely asked to leave the practice. We still need to protect our staff and clients.

PLEASE keep your distance from our staff. We are trying to facilitate you as much as we can whilst keeping ourselves and our families safe.

Please use the hand sanitisers provided before entering and leaving the building and avoid touching too many things with your hands.

Do not just turn up at the practice, please contact reception with your query/requirement.

If you or anyone you have been in contact with has displayed any signs of being unwell, please please please don’t come to practice.

Out of Hours Emergency

Call 01785 715799

Animals not previously registered with us will incur an out of hours registration fee. How to register

Family Pets: Out of hours ALL pets are seen at Penkridge

If you are struggling to get through and there is a genuine emergency, please make your way down to Penkridge whilst continuing to call. Directions

Our best care can only be given at the hospital; therefore, home visits are not routinely carried out of hours unless the animal is unsafe/too ill to move.

Appointments

Appointments can be made by calling Penkridge 01785 712235 or Rugeley 01889 582459

Small animal clients can book Appointments Online

Consulting Times

Penkridge

Monday – Friday: 8.30am – 6:00pm

Saturday: 10.00am – 2.00pm

Rugeley
Monday – Friday: 10.00am – 5:30pm

Farm & Equine routine visits can be booked for any weekday but should be booked at least 24 hours in advance.

If you wish to discuss a case with a particular vet please contact the office and we will be able to get back to you as soon as possible.

Emergencies will take priority and will be seen as soon as possible.

Inpatients

Whilst under our care a qualified veterinary nurse will be supervising your pet 24/7, with assistance from student veterinary nurses and veterinary care assistants.

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