Tel. 01603 628 897
Address. 176 Hall Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR1 2PP
Vaccinations against serious infectious diseases are available for dogs, cats and rabbits. Some of these diseases are less common than they used to be, thanks to vaccination, but they have not been eradicated and can still be a threat to an unvaccinated animal. The first vaccinations should be done before there is risk of exposure to infection and most will need yearly boosters. Contact us at our Veterinary Clinic to discuss what is needed for your pet.
We can do vaccinations by appointment at the clinic or at your own home for an extra charge.
We can offer discounts for multiple vaccinations.
Based on a vaccination clinic we previously hosted for the RSPCA, we are able to offer fixed priced dog and cat vaccinations at £17 per injection (basic vaccinations only) for owners currently on means-tested government benefits. Proof of benefit must be shown at each visit and must be in the name of the person the animal is being registered to. Only official letters can be accepted, not bank statements or rent cards, and the documents must be no more than 6 months old. Breeders are not eligible; animals for first vaccination must be brought in by their new owners.
Healthy pets are happy pets, book vaccinations now:
• Council tax benefit (means
• Housing benefit
• Income support
• Job seekers allowance
Susan Howard holds an OV appointment and is authorised to sign Pet Passports.
One rabies vaccination and a Pet Passport allows the pet to travel in Europe 21 days after the vaccination (Day 0 is the day of vaccination). The Pet Passport is valid until the next rabies booster is due, which usually lasts for three years. If you are resident in the country you will have to comply with local laws, which may demand yearly boosters.
IT IS NOT YET CLEAR WHAT WILL HAPPEN AFTER BREXIT. BLOOD TESTS MAY BE NEEDED FOR NEW PASSPORTS. CHECK THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE. UPDATE - PETS PASSPORTS WILL BE VALID AS USUAL DURING THE EXTENSION OF BREXIT NEGOTIATIONS