Other Veterinary Services

Other Veterinary Services

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Other Veterinary Services

Pet passports

We have several licenced veterinarians at the practice who are able to advise and authorize a pet passport or export certificate if you are thinking of travelling abroad with your pet.

You can enter or return to the UK with your pet cat, dog or ferret if it:

  • has been microchipped
  • has a pet passport or third-country official veterinary certificate
  • has been vaccinated against rabies - it will also need a blood test if you’re travelling from an ‘unlisted country’

Dogs must also usually have a tapeworm treatment.

Your pet may be put into quarantine for up to 4 months if you do not follow these rules - or refused entry if you travelled by sea.

lab vaccination

Taking your pet out of the UK

There are different rules for travelling with your pet to another country from the UK. Check the rules for the country you’re travelling to.

Travelling to Europe after Brexit

If the UK leaves the EU without a deal, after 31 October 2019 the rules for travelling to EU countries with your pet will change. You should start the process at least 4 months before you travel.

The rules for passports, driving, EHIC cards and more may also change. Check if you need to act now so you can travel as planned.
For all up to date information please refer to the DEFRA website
The rules for passports, driving, EHIC cards and more may also change. Check if you need to act now so you can travel as planned.
For all up to date information please refer to the DEFRA website

Cat Only Clinics

At Parkside Veterinary Centre we are a member of the ISFM (International Society for Feline Medicine) and strive to give our feline patients the least stressful experience when visiting the clinic.
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We have a separate dog and cat ward with dimmable lights and soothing music played. No cat kennels face each other and special ‘hideaway’ dens are given to each cat in hospital. Feliway plug-ins are used throughout the practice to help calm the cats and make their stay as stress free as possible.

For those cats coming in for an appointment we run a Cat Only clinic on a Thursday afternoon to try and keep the waiting room calm and quiet. Please enquire at reception for available appointment times.

Cat Only Clinics

At Parkside Veterinary Centre we are a member of the ISFM (International Society for Feline Medicine) and strive to give our feline patients the least stressful experience when visiting the clinic.
tree flower

We have a separate dog and cat ward with dimmable lights and soothing music played. No cat kennels face each other and special ‘hideaway’ dens are given to each cat in hospital. Feliway plug-ins are used throughout the practice to help calm the cats and make their stay as stress free as possible.

For those cats coming in for an appointment we run a Cat Only clinic on a Thursday afternoon to try and keep the waiting room calm and quiet. Please enquire at reception for available appointment times.

Cat Only Clinics

At Parkside Veterinary Centre we are a member of the ISFM (International Society for Feline Medicine) and strive to give our feline patients the least stressful experience when visiting the clinic.
tree flower

We have a separate dog and cat ward with dimmable lights and soothing music played. No cat kennels face each other and special ‘hideaway’ dens are given to each cat in hospital. Feliway plug-ins are used throughout the practice to help calm the cats and make their stay as stress free as possible.

For those cats coming in for an appointment we run a Cat Only clinic on a Thursday afternoon to try and keep the waiting room calm and quiet. Please enquire at reception for available appointment times.

Dallas with cat
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Exotics

Here at Parkside Veterinary Centre, we treat a wide range of species, including almost all the animals you may keep as a pet.

Most often, we are treating dogs, cats and rabbits, but we are also happy to help your ‘small furries’ such as guinea pigs, mice, rats, and others.

Some of the more unusual pets such as birds, reptiles and fish can be seen by our vet Ellie (read more about Ellie on our “Meet the Team” page!). We love seeing these less common pets and will make sure you see a vet with the appropriate expertise.

We also offer rabbit appointments with our nursing staff. These include a general health check and a chat about husbandry. If there are any problems identified the nurse will book you an appointment to have an examination with one of the vet team.

Exotics

Here at Parkside Veterinary Centre, we treat a wide range of species, including almost all the animals you may keep as a pet.

Most often, we are treating dogs, cats and rabbits, but we are also happy to help your ‘small furries’ such as guinea pigs, mice, rats, and others.

hamster

Some of the more unusual pets such as birds, reptiles and fish can be seen by our vet Ellie (read more about Ellie on our “Meet the Team” page!). We love seeing these less common pets and will make sure you see a vet with the appropriate expertise.

We also offer rabbit appointments with our nursing staff. These include a general health check and a chat about husbandry. If there are any problems identified the nurse will book you an appointment to have an examination with one of the vet team.

Shar Pei

We are a Shar Pei friendly practice. For more information regarding the services we can provide:
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sharpei puppy laying

Our Services

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Therapeutic & Specialist care

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Analysis & Diagnosis

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Internal Procedures & Surgery

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Other Services

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Other Services

Our Services

xray illustration

Therapeutic & Specialist care

analysis

Analysis & Diagnosis

endoscopy illustration

Internal Procedures & Surgery

other services

Other Veterinary Services