08th November 2018
Guildford vet surgery
Vet in Guildford
We understand and value the relationship you have with your pets. Chris, Lucy and the rest of the team are committed to delivering high quality healthcare with a personal touch.
We are a fully accredited RCVS practice – this means we meet strict standards of practice and ensure our team is up to date with the latest techniques.
- Alder Veterinary Practice
- 137 Worplesdon Road,
- GU2 9XA
- Telephone: 01483 536 036
Did you know?
Crofts Vets in Haslemere is our sister practice.
Mobile Vet Service
Are you busy, housebound or without transport? Have you a nervous pet that does not like transport or the vet surgery? Or you would simply prefer a home visit?
If so, our experienced mobile team is just right for you.
For continuity of care backed up by our comprehensive in-house facilities – call for an appointment or book online today.
All charges are the same as at the surgery plus £55 callout fee if we are given over 24 hours notice.
- Ash Vale
- East & West Horsley
- Jacobs Well
- Old Woking
- Sutton Green
- West & East Clandon
- Wood Street Village
Worms the length of a bus
Some intestinal worms can grow to as long as 5 metres (the length of a bus)! Be sure to give your pets worming tablets regularly.
The sooner the better
Kidney disease is one of the most common diseases we see in cats. Most cats do not show any signs of the disease until 75% of their kidneys have been damaged. Regular annual health checks are crucial...
Protect against fleas
Fleas can live in your home several months without food - just waiting to jump onto their next victim! One female flea can lay as many as 10,000 eggs. Fleas not only cause discomfort by biting but...
Did you know that “doggie breath” is not normal? Bad breath may be a sign of serious internal problems. Bad breath is often the first noticeable symptom of dental disease. If you need advice, please...
A healthy smile
Many dogs show signs of gum disease by the time they're four years old because they aren't provided with proper mouth care.
No chocolate treats
Chocolate contains a substance known as theobromine which can kill dogs or at the very least make them violently ill.
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