As a modern, progressive veterinary practice we offer a comprehensive service to our clients. We have full medical and surgical facilities. Modern techniques and equipment coupled with experience and regular updates gives the whole team a vital edge in providing you and your pets with expert advice and treatment. In addition, we have many specialized techniques and diagnostic aids available, including: 路
Digital radiography 路 Ultrasound 路 Endoscopy 路 Full In House Laboratory 路 Hospitalization 路 Blood Pressure Monitoring
If you need another service, there are many elements we can offer or advise you where best to obtain quality advice and treatment. Please use the links below for further details of some of the services we offer:

Vaccination Packages

We aim to use the minimum vaccination needed whilst providing the maximum cover and keep your pet healthy

Radiology / Ultrasound

Our in clinic xray and ultrasound diagnostics for a variety of medical concerns. An abdominal ultrasound may be recommended by one of our veterinarians to better diagnose and start treatment for certain medical conditions. Ultrasounds and xrays are routinely done without sedation and our veterinarians are able to gain a diagnosis and start treatment the same day.

Dentistry Services

we recommend regular dental check-ups,as dentistry in pets is just as important as it is for humans. If your pet鈥檚 teeth aren鈥檛 brushed every day, they are more susceptible to developing plaque and tartar, which can lead to gingivitis and other more serious forms of dental disease

Laboratory Services

Our state of the art laboratory testing ensures we offer the complete diagnosis and thus offer the best treatment for all your pets conditions

Surgical Care

Our team of vets and nurses are extremely compassionate and caring as well as having solid qualifications, training and experience. Whether your pet requires minor or major surgery, count on us to provide the best surgical care

Preventative care

Our veterinary health examinations routinely include a check of the patients weight, temperature, ears for ear mites and fur for ring worm. Yearly veterinary health checks by our highly trained doctors are one of the best ways to keep your pet healthy and detect problems early


Why is micro-chipping your pet so important? Micro-chipping is mandatory in some countries, safe for your pet, protects against theft and can return your dog fast, keeps the stress away as it offers peace of mind, lifetime deal, affordable, and a fast procedure. Does micro-chipping your pet hurt them? The needle of the micro-chip is large and does not cause pain.

Repeat Prescriptions

Benefits of repeat prescription. A repeat prescription is a prescription medication that your pet receives on a regular basis to manage long-term or chronic conditions. In contrast to a one-off prescription, repeat medications can be issued without you needing to visit your vet every time you need a refill.

There are many reasons that our veterinarian may recommend X-rays. These include Trauma (being hit by car, other injury, or a dog fight) Abnormal blood work Coughing or hacking Upset stomach (vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, no appetite) Weight loss or weight gain Seizures Cancer staging Limping Metabolic disease (such as diabetes or Cushing鈥檚 Disease) Extreme lethargy Dental disease 路 For example, an abdominal X-ray is advised when your pets is vomiting or not eating. There could be a foreign object they ingested causing the stomach upset! 路 If your pet is coughing, taking X-rays may be part of the veterinary work up. Chest x-rays can reveal abnormalities of the lungs, such as bronchitis, pneumonia, or even a mass, which can help your veterinarian decide the best course of action for your pet. 路 If your veterinarian hears a heart murmur during a routine exam, chances are they will advise taking chest X-rays to look at the size of the heart and associated structures. If a pet comes in limping, X-rays of the affected limb(s) are taken to look for broken bones, arthritis, hairline fractures, or other causes. For our older pets, routine senior care includes bloodwork and X-rays to look for any change in size of organs, any masses, and arthritis. We can get ahead of issues if they are found early, and set up our pets for a better quality of life in their golden years.

Emergency Service

ZVC have a team of experienced veterinarians and technicians who are trained to handle a variety of emergency situations. We offer wide range of services, including diagnostic testing, surgery, and critical care. We provide a 24 hour emergency service on 01254 53622.

Blood Pressure Monitoring

Blood pressure is one of the four basic life indicators (internal body temperature, heart rate, respiratory rate, and blood pressure). Indirect measurement of blood pressure accounts the pressure of the blood against the walls of the large arteries. This is noninvasive, painless procedure. Your veterinarian may recommend blood pressure if your pet has symptoms of high or low blood pressure or diagnosed with a disease that is associated with it. Increased / decreased blood pressure is usually treated as find the root cause and eliminate it. What is Blood Pressure? The heart pumps blood to the rest of the body, and as it moves in the arteries, it is measured the pressure on the walls thereof. The pressure in dogs and cats should not exceed 160/100 mm Hg. The first figure is the systolic blood pressure or the pressure at the contraction of the heart. The second figure is the diastolic pressure and is lower because it is the pressure, which is recorded when the heart relaxes between two contractions. Blood pressure is measured in millimeters of mercury (mm Hg). Why blood pressure of your pets should be measured? In most cases it is done to determine whether there is too high. When blood pressure is too high, this can lead to bleeding or damage to internal organs. The organs which are most susceptible to damage are the eyes, kidneys, heart, and brain. The most common sign of high blood pressure is sudden or gradual blindness. Blindness caused by high blood pressure may be reversible if diagnosed early. Other signs include: lethargy, lack of appetite, irritability, dilated pupils, disorientation and rarely seizures. In dogs and cats, most often the increase in blood pressure is caused by another secondary disease process, such as: Hyperthyroidism (excessive levels of thyroid hormones) Kidney disease Cushing鈥檚 disease (excessive levels of adrenal hormones) Diabetes (excessive blood sugar) heart disease Because cats over 7 years of age are prone to kidney disease and hyperthyroidism, your veterinarian may recommend regular screening blood pressure. Pets that are critically ill or under general anesthesia, are often monitored to ensure that their blood pressure is not too low. Maintaining a normal blood pressure is vital to provide enough oxygen to the organs to their normal function.

Wildlife Services

ZVC offers the following services: 1. Private house calls 2. Examination and Treatment 3. Vaccination Program 4. Diet consulting 5. On-Field microsurgeries (Hoof Trimming) 6. Chemical Immobilization and Trans Locating 7. Design of enclosures 8. Prophylaxis Plan 9. Husbandry Advice 10. Enrichment Advice 11. Micro-chipping 12. Sexing

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