COVID 19 – updated :21-04-2020
The Coronavirus outbreak is concerning for everybody, but please be rest assured we will continue to provide the best possible veterinary care we can to you and your pet.
Animal welfare and health is very important to you and to us, but human health understandably must be prioritized.
Vaccines and Routine Neutering
Due to a backlog in vaccinations over the last 12 months , our vaccines reminders are currently being send out a few week overdue.
. See our vaccine information page for details.
We are able to offer neutering of pets as normal . although there may be a short waiting time until the next slot for routine neutering
We are open during our normal opening hours .
We continue to provide a 24 hour a day, 7 days a week emergency service at our Bishop’s Stortford Veterinary Hospital.
When visiting the practice
Please be aware , when you visit the practice , you will be asked to stay in your car. The vet or nurse will call you and discuss the reason for the visit, and will then collect the pet from the car. Once an examination and treatment is completed the vet will call you again to discuss everything and return the pet to your car.
Please assist us by bringing with you an means of payment that can be delivered over the phone.
If you are self isolating then please tell our staff know and please do not visit the practice.
Under normal circumstances we offer home visits for a variety of reasons. Unfortunately due to current social distances requirements we can only now offer home visits in cases where no other alternative is possible. Please call us to discuss if you feel a home visit is absolutely essential.
Call us to make an appointment: 01799 522755
Out of hours emergency , please call us on our normal number 01799 522755
Our friendly experienced vets and nurses now bring the high standards of pet health care from our Hospital to your local clinic in Saffron Walden.
The clinic offers consultations by appointment six days a week, diagnostic facilities and a fully functional operating room. Our standard long appointment slots ensure we have enough time to give your pet the attention they deserve.
The clinic is easy to find on the shopping parade on Rowntree Way and free parking is available right outside the front door.
Should your pet have a more serious illness or injury, they will be transferred by ambulance to our main Bishops Stortford Vetrinary Hospital. Here they will benefit from a wide array of diagnostic and surgical facilities. For those pets that need to stay overnight, you can be assured in the knowledge that we have a Veterinary Nurse at the hospital 24 hours a day to care for the in patients.
The practice owners Alison Somers, Ruth Jackson and Neil Macleod believe strongly in delivering the high standard of care and expertise that they would expect for their own pets.