New Lodge Veterinary Centre

Informal Advice

We are happy and able to give advice both in person and over the telephone, but may suggest that your pet may need a consultation with our vet to try to help resolve any problems they may have.


Registered Clients may collect wormers, food, flea and tick treatments, and other sundries without bringing in their pets. Reception is open to help with veterinary services enquiries, book appointments and take registrations:
Weekdays : 8.30am to 6.30pm
Saturdays : 9.00am to 12.45pm

Vet Consultations

Consultations with the Vet are by appointment only, we accept booking by telephone or in person at reception in advance.
9.00am to 10.15am
3.00pm to 3.30pm
4.30pm to 6.15pm
Saturday mornings:
9am to 12.30pm

Nurse Consultations

Our team of nurses have their own dedicated room for nurse appointments, their veterinary services include:

• Admissions for surgery
• Post operative checks
• Anal gland emptying
• Suture removal
• Nail clipping
8.30am to 10.00am
2.45pm to 3.45pm
4.30pm to 6.00pm
Saturday mornings:

Operations & Hospitalisation

Routine elective surgeries, diagnostic x rays, ultrasound examinations and dynamic blood tests are carried out between 10.30am and 3.00pm Monday to Friday. Obviously some surgeries are not routine and take place out of normal surgery hours.


s responsible pet owners, we know you would like to ensure that your pet is vaccinated against preventable diseases. At New Lodge Veterinary Centre, we use a vaccine regime that maximises vaccination component duration of immunity intervals and we offer a complementary health check at the same time. We recommend that all puppies and kittens receive a primary vaccination course followed by annual booster vaccinations.


Bad breath can be a sign of underlying disease and should always be checked. Veterinary treatment can normally help to alleviate the problem. At New Lodge Vets our staff are trained in animal dentistry and have all the equipment and skills to offer a full dental service.


We advise neutering most pets unless you wish to breed from them. Most cats tend to be neutered at 5-6 months old, most female dogs 3 months after their first season, and most male dogs from one year old.

Repeat Prescriptions

If you require a repeat prescription, please give us at least 48 hours notice. You may be invited to come in for a check up to enable us to review your pet’s progress. Our frequency of examination by the vet to supply Prescription Only Medicines or Prescriptions is 3-6 months depending upon the illness. We can also provide written prescriptions on request with 48 hours notice for a small charge, or dispense against another vets written prescription.


If you want to make sure your pet is always identifiable and traceable then ask us about our micro-chipping service. The chip is about the size of a grain of rice and is placed under the skin between the shoulder blades, using a needle. The process is quick, relatively pain free and permanent.

Pet Passports

We are able to prepare your pet for a “Pet Passport” including vaccinations, blood testing, worming and flea treatment as required by the country of entry and to issue a “Pet’s Passport”. This is required, for entry to and return home from countries that are included in the Pet Passport Scheme. We are also able to help process animals for export to countries that are not covered by the scheme.

Visit their website for more details.

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