Rainsbrook Veterinary Group
"...professionally presented practice." Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Practice Standards Inspector, August 2015
We welcome new registrations daily! Puppies and kittens get the best start in life with us....at their first visit they will receive a health check and start their vaccinations (dogs receive the latest Leptosporisis vaccine!), be given a free wormer too! Kittens will receive a free flea treatment, and puppies can claim a free 3 month flea and tick treatment. The youngsters will also receive puppy and kitten packs with lots of information and a sample of food. All our new puppies are invited to our free Puppy Parties which are held at our Hillmorton surgery on Wednesday evenings - this is a 2 weeks course covering healthcare and training & behaviour (your puppy's picture also goes on our Rainsbrook Rascal photo wall!) 4 weeks free Petplan immediate cover insurance is available for cats, dogs and rabbits under 1 year of age, we can't recommend this enough. We also do not charge you for completing pet insurance claim forms - just part of the service we provide. Our puppy and kitten clients are also invited back for a free nurse clinic when they are 6 months of age to make sure everyone is fit and well. What else? You will have access to us 24/7 as we provide our own emergency service, so if you need us in the middle of the night, our team will see you at our own premises (for only £50!). You will also have peace of mind knowing that your pet, if hospitalised, will be cared for in our own premises by our own staff - they will not have to be transported to another service provider.
Did you know 1 in 3 pets require unexpected veterinary treatment each year? * Whilst advances in veterinary medicine mean we can do more for your pet, treatment costs can soon
mount up. Having a good pet insurance policy allows you to concentrate on what’s best for your pet knowing help is there for the cost of unexpected treatment. *Source: Petplan
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