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Clinics, Pet Clubs and Courses

Our nurses provide a lot more than support and assistance to our vets, they are specialists in their own right, offering non-urgent care and regular in-surgery care clubs. All of our surgeries, apart from Woodingdean which is for consultations only, run regular Nurses Clinics, which cover most aspects of general healthcare, post operative support, dietary and behaviour advice.

 

When to see a nurse

For some visits it’s just not necessary to see a vet and our Nurses Clinics offer reduced priced treatments, while some visits are free. See one of our experienced nurses for:

  • Nail clipping
  • Puppy and kitten checks
  • Post surgery dressing changes and check ups
  • Dietary and grooming advice
  • Dental checks and hygiene – help with teeth brushing too
  • Microchipping
  • Minor behaviour problems
Spaniel puppy standing on scales with owner holding lead

Specialist Pet Clubs are also run by our nurses from most of our local surgeries, these are often free and offer help and advice at weekly in-surgery clinics. We understand that sometimes you just need a bit of reassurance, or have a quick question you’d like to ask, so our nurses are available throughout the week too, providing knowledgeable support on your pet’s progress. Clinics offered are Weight, Mobility and our Senior Pets Club.

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cute dog in Coastway Vets Woodingdean

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