Beech House Veterinary Surgery

Services Offered

We care for farm animals, pets and poultry

– Routine health checks
– Puppy and kitten advice
– Vaccinations
– Neutering
– Worm and flea treatments
– Pet passports
– Microchipping
– Specialist Pet diets available
– Dental care
– X-ray and diagnostic testing facilities
– Repeat Prescriptions – 24 hours notice required for farm and small animals.
– 24 Hour Emergency Service – 01327-354477

If you ring us outside of opening hours, you can be assured that you will be able to speak to one of our own members of staff.

Booster Reminders

Every month we send out nearly 200 reminders for our pet owners. Like many businesses these days, we are always looking for ways that we can reduce our carbon footprint. One way that we can do this is by using email.

We are writing to all our clients to ask if they are willing to receive booster reminders by email. If you would like to do this, please email us at

You & Your Pet

At Beech House, we pride ourselves on our willingness to listen to your concerns. As pet owners ourselves, we understand your feelings. We will always endeavour to explain to you the condition of your pet and discuss the available treatments.

Primary and booster vaccination appointments include a health check by a vet, advice on neutering, worm and flea control, and any other questions you may have about your pet. Puppies are vaccinated at 10 weeks of age, followed by a second injection at 12 weeks. Kittens are vaccinated at 10 and 13 weeks. A booster reminder is sent out annually if requested. Puppies and kittens receive free starter packs.

We have staff members who will advise you on dietary matters, training and behavioural problems.


Since 2000, the Pet Travel Scheme has allowed pet owners to take their dogs and cats to other EU countries and certain non-EU countries and then return without having to put their pet into quarantine.

New Regulations- What do we do now?

You need to have your pet micro-chipped and subsequently vaccinated against rabies. Your pet will then issued with a Pet Passport. Animals will be allowed back into the UK 21 days after the rabies vaccination.

Before returning to the UK with your pet, they must be treated for tapeworms in the country they are in and receive a veterinary signature to confirm this.
You are not required to have your pet treated for ticks before re-entry into the UK, but it is strongly advisable when travelling abroad.

You are also strongly advised to treat your pet with preventive treatments for both lungworm and heartworm and sandflies (to prevent Leishmaniasis) prior to, during and after your return.

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