Veterinary Care Care & Treatment
On arrival into quarantine, all animals will be examined and must be vaccinated against Rabies if required. If their annual vaccinations are up to date, these will not be given unless requested by you. This does not apply if entering under the Pets Passport early release scheme.
In addition, all animals will have a worming course and parasitic treatment if necessary.
Our vet is Ian Taylor, MA, Vet MB, MRCVS & Associates, 161-163 St John’s Road, Newbold, Chesterfield, Derbys. Telephone 01246 455333
He visits several times per week: you do not pay for his visits, but if your pet requires major treatment this will be charged. Experience shows that most animals pass through quarantine with very few problems: consequently we feel able to say that if any minor problems occur, they will be treated without charge. Obviously treatment for existing chronic problems (for example, diabetes), must be charged.