We provide a veterinary medicine referral service, working alongside your primary care vet to offer acupuncture, laser therapy and western herbal medicine for your pet. We also offer tests to diagnose internal parasite infections to allow you to tailor your use of treatments and preventative medication. We can also help you to determine the vaccination status of your pet to allow you to decide when and if to vaccinate your pet.


Acupuncture has been practised by Eastern cultures for thousands of years and involves the placement of needles into locations on the body in order to treat a wide range of disorders. Acupuncture has been used successfully in the treatment of many types of animals for a wide range of conditions.

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Dr. Buzby’s ToeGrips

Dr. Buzby's toegrips grab the floor providing instant traction to help your dog walk without slipping. They have proven to benefit dogs who find walking on hard floors difficult such as those who are elderly or have neuromuscular problems.

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Faecal Worm Counts

Faecal worm counts can be used to screen for many parasites that affect your pet. This can not only aid diagnosis but can enable you to tailor parasite control to individual animals and avoid unnecessary use of anthelmintics.

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Laser Therapy

Low lever laser therapy has been proven to be beneficial for increasing wound healing, pain relief and enhancing the immune system. It can also be used as an alternative medium in acupuncture treatment. Laser therapy stimulates the body's healing process through controlled application of specific wavelengths of light which have particular physiological effects.

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VacciCheck Antibody Titre Test

The vaccicheck antibody titre test offers a reliable measurement of antibody titre to canine infectious hepatitis, parvovirus and distemper. This allows vaccination programmes to be modified on an individual basis.

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Western Herbal Medicine

Herbal medicine in veterinary medicine refers to the treatment of the patient as a whole animal, rather than treating the disease or the symptoms alone. This means looking at all aspects of the animal's life including their diet, lifestyle and emotional wellbeing and investigating the underlying causes of the presenting problem. Our knowledge of herbs is based on thousands of years of traditional use, combined with new research and discoveries.

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We look forward to helping with any queries you may have regarding any of the services we offer