Pakefield Veterinary staff welcome you to our new Surgery
THIS MONTHS SPECIAL OFFERS: Free Identity Chip with Puppy & Kitten vaccination packages plus Annual Boosters.....Free Dental checks on all pets also Free Health checks for senior pets and advice on care and diet.
Our clinic is housed in an old farm outbuilding which has been renovated to modern standards and it is furnished with all new equipment including, blood analysis machine, X-ray and ultasound scanner.
We are a small pet practice offering a personal caring service for Cats, Dogs, Rabbits, Mice, Birds, Ferrets, Tortoise, Lizards and other family pets.
We have a large off road car park enabling sick or infirm animals to be driven right to the surgery door. The clinic is bordered on one side by the garden of Pakefield Hall with its lawns, flowers and quarter acre pond complete with ducks, water voles and other small wild life.
We offer a pet collection service for those who are unable to bring their pet into the surgery. Please call for prices.
We are available in an emergency for guests staying at Pakefield Pet Hotel opposite. Please see next page
- 24hr Emergency Service and Care Support
- Friendly caring on site Veterinary team.
- In House Laboratory & Diagnostics including the hi-tech Tono Meter to assist diagnosis of eye problems
- Fully equipped Surgical Unit with ECG, Ultrasound, X Ray & Dentistry
- Pet Passports, Micro Chipping & Vaccination
- Worming, Flea Control & Neutering
- Dietary advice, Weight Clinic and health checks
- Stockist of Royal Canin prescription diet and pet food
Monday - Friday: Appointments 9am to 6pm
Saturday & Sunday: Walk in Clinic 9am to 1pm
CAT and DOG VACCINATION PACKAGES
Dog and Cat vaccination are 2 injections 2 - 3 weeks apart
Dog vaccination package includes Distemper, Parvovirus, Coronvavirus,
Hepatitis, Leptospirosis, Parainfluenza and Bordetella
Dog Booster vaccination are required annually after initial course
Cat Vaccination Package includes Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Chlamydia,
Feline Calicivirus, Bordetella bronchiseptica.
Cat Booster vaccination are required annually after initial course
In addition it is also advisable for Cats to have the vaccination against Leukemia which can be administered at the same time and there after annually
Please call for our Vaccination Special Offers which include ID chip, Kennel Cough vaccination, Flea and worm treatment.
What Is The Importance of Worming?
Intestinal parasites of cats and dogs can potentially pose health hazards for humans too. If roundworm eggs are ingested the larvae can migrate through the intestinal wall and the tissues causing a disease called visceral larval migrans. These worms can grow in any part of the body; one particular site which causes a problem is in the eye. Children are at the most risk especially if they play in an environment where animal faeces are present. A female roundworm can shed up to 100,000 eggs a day which pass into the environment. Control measures around the home and environment should be strict to prevent children ingesting these parasite eggs.
For the months of June and July we are offerering FREE DENTAL HEALTH CHECKS and advise for all pets. Please call for an appointment any week day from 1pm - 5.30pm or walkin surgeries Saturday and Sunday mornings 9am - 1pm
Pakefield Veterinary Clinic, London Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk, NR33 7PG
Phone No: 01502 56 46 56 during the day for appointments or
Out of hours Emergency only: contact number 07542 916692