30 Denton Road, Wokingham, Berkshire, RG40 2DX
0118 978 1325
COVID 19 UPDATE - 14th
Thank you for your understanding during these unprecedented times. In line with the recent Coronavirus
advice from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, we are now slightly relaxing our restrictions on
consultations and vaccinations. The reason for this is that if the lockdown continues for an extended
period of time, there is potential for animals suffering from non urgent cases to deteriorate, and lack of
vaccinations putting health at risk.
• We will be performing some vaccinations with certain restrictions. Our priority will be
performing puppy, kitten and first year, and all rabbit vaccinations.
• In addition to this, yearly dog vaccinations will be performed, availability allowing.
• These will be performed with strict social distancing measures in place to minimise risk to
everyone involved, and we have adapted our protocols to reduce the number of visits required,
while still giving full protection.
• Cat booster vaccinations where they are older than 2 years and have previously been vaccinated,
will be delayed at the present time.
Other health conditions:
Please call us and we will discuss your case. We may be able to assist you with a video/phone/photo
consultation, or may advise you to come in.
• Routine neutering will currently only be performed when there is a specific requirement – e.g. if
you have a male and female housed together - please call and we will discuss your situation.
• 6 monthly medicine checks for ongoing medications might be delayed at the discretion of the vet
and the condition treated.
• Video consultations/ photo and phone consultations will be provided where possible.
• Please call beforehand for all repeat prescriptions including flea and worm treatment
• Please do not attend an appointment should you be self-isolating or concerned about Covid19
transmission. Call us if you are concerned about your animal’s health in light of your situation and
we may be able to find a way to help you another way.
Where attendance is necessary:
• If weather allows, waiting outside and communication through the window is preferred.
• If coming into the practice please keep a distance of at least two metres. Lines have been drawn
on the floor to make areas clear.
• When collecting medications or paying, please keep your distance from the desk until called
• If possible, payments over the phone are appreciated.
Please know that in these troubling times your pets health is our priority,
and we always ensure that there will always be a provision of emergency veterinary care to ensure no animals suffer during these coming
We apologise for this inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.
Simon, Charlie, Dean, Kay, Jo, Kathi