Putting pets first
We’ve cared for several generations of family pets in Brighton, having opened our first surgery in Montague Place, Kemp Town in 1974. Many things have changed over the years, but our principle of putting pet welfare first hasn’t. Our team work hard to make sure that whatever happens, your family pet will receive the best medical care currently available. Most of our team spend their careers working for us, all are local to the surgeries that they work in, at the heart of their communities.
Training is part of everyone’s working life at Coastway, we are an accredited Royal Veterinary College training practice, but equally all our nurses and vets are obliged to undergo continuous training in new and emerging therapies and treatments. This ensures that we constantly push the boundaries of modern veterinary care and provide interest and job satisfaction for all our team.
Modern technology and bespoke facilities
Step into one of our operating theatres and you’d be forgiven for thinking you were in a private hospital. Our newest surgeries are built to provide the best environment possible to provide the care pets need. From warm wards for exotic animals, and separate ones for dogs and cats, to dental and operating theatres, our facilities are second to none. In our older village surgeries, we regularly update equipment and refresh the spaces to provide an effective and comfortable service.
Meet our teams
We’re able to provide the best in veterinary care because all our team support each other in their roles. Each of our local surgeries has a dedicated team of people working to provide the best service possible, from vets and nurses to receptionists and admin team. Our team are all pet owners and animal lovers and that shows in the care and respect they give to the pets that they see in our surgeries.
We work hard as a practice to keep our costs as low as possible without compromising on the care and services that we offer your pet. From the latest equipment to the best possible medicine, the fees that you pay help us maintain the standard of care that we provide. To help us maintain this standard we ask that all fees are settled on the day of your appointment, We do run a Pet Care Plan which helps spread the cost of healthcare essentials like cat and dog vaccinations, worming and parasite protection, while also giving you regular free health checks too.
Get in touch
Ready to register with us? Complete our online form and one of our team will review your details and email you a confirmation once you are registered, they'll also contact you if they have any queries. If you'd rather speak to someone about registering, pop into your local surgery and our friendly reception team will be happy to complete your registration for you.
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