Headed by clinical director Paul Lawrence, our Lewes veterinary staff can help with any pet care issue, from booster vaccinations, to mobility problems. All our vets and nurses live locally and are dedicated to supporting the welfare of Lewes’ family pets. We offer help and advice on any pet care issue and our popular annual Coastway Health Plan means our clients save money throughout the year on healthcare essentials, plus 10% on selected routine treatments.
Our Lewes facilities include an operating theatre, diagnostic and laboratory equipment. Major surgery and overnight hospital stays are booked into our Brighton veterinary hospital which is just 20 minutes by car away. This is where our out of hours emergency vet service is too, which opens for urgent cases whenever our Lewes surgery is closed.
Our Lewes surgery has reopened for essential appointments, including vaccinations and neutering. Prescription requests and those for, parasite control and pet food can be emailed to [email protected].
Telephone consultations are available for anyone who is unable to travel to the surgery. If you do have an appointment at Lewes, please call us from outside to let our receptionist know that you have arrived. Try to arrive on time to help us keep our clinic running smoothly. When you call, our staff will let you know the plan for your appointment and they will come out to you when it’s your time to see the vet. All clients should bring a mask or face covering to their appointment as you may be asked to come inside to pay. Clients are still not allowed inside our building for consultations, because of the need to socially distance and you may be asked to liaise with the vet via a phone.
If you have any queries regarding our new appointment protocol for Lewes, speak to our team before you visit us. Thank you for your on-going patience and understanding with our amended services.
137-139 Malling Street, Lewes, East Sussex BN7 2RB
Monday to Friday: 8am – 6pm