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Veterinary Nurse Clinics

Supporting our veterinary surgeons

The Veterinary Nursing Team offer a variety of health care advice clinics to support the work of our Veterinary Surgeons. We all know that keeping pets healthy goes a long way towards keeping them happy and we understand that good advice is essential for achieving this.

We run the following clinics:

  • Weight management
  • Feline behaviour
  • Routine dental health checks

In addition, our nurses are available to provide professional advice tailored to the needs of your pet on a variety of subjects including;

  • The Pet Health Club
  • Flea and worm control
  • Neutering
  • Puppy and kitten care
  • Basic dog training and puppy socialisation
  • Nutrition and feeding
  • Microchipping advice
  • Firework phobias
  • Small animal care

Contact us if you’d like to speak to a veterinary nurse.

End of Life Consultations

A helping hand with this journey.

Here at Grange Hill we offer our clients end of life consultations. We understand through professional and most importantly, personal experience, that pets are family. We understand that when the time comes to arrange your pet's final journey with us, it is a heartbreaking event, that needs to reflect your love and life with your companion, in a quiet compassionate environment.

Our End of Life consultations give you guidance and a helping hand to plan this event for both your needs. We also explain in detail the procedure, your options and discuss any concerns you may have. If you would like to book an end of life consultation please call 01543 416246.

Feline Behavior clinics

These clinics are designed for cats with behavioural problems. Once medical reasons have been ruled out, we can try to help get to the bottom of any feline behaviour issues. Some may only be minor issues, but others can be more in depth and our Feline Behaviour Clinics are designed to pinpoint the problem. We are able to give you guidance on how to solve these issues.

Our Feline behaviour clinics are ran by Nicola Whitelock RVN ISFMcertFN and are subject to availability. The first appointment is charged for and will last around 30-40 minutes. This will enable Nicola to gain all the information she needs in order to devise a plan of action. Follow up appointments are charged at a reduce rate and are booked as needed. If you feel these clinics could help you or for more information or to book in please contact us on 01543 416246.