New puppy or kitten?
Give them the best start in life

If you have just got a new puppy or kitten you will want to make sure he or she gets a good start in life.

We offer free puppy or kitten checks so bring the little one along to the surgery so we can ensure he or she is in good health. We can advise on feeding, puppy vaccinations, kitten vaccinations, flea control, worming and insurance when you come. We prefer your new arrival to settle in for a few days prior to any vaccination due so take advantage of our free health check now and get all the advice you need.

Free puppy or kitten check – if your new pet is not quite old enough or needs to settle in, we give a free healthcheck.

Vaccination course -two vaccines 2-4 weeks apart. See below for further details.

Healthcare booklet – a complimentary 12 page bespoke booklet with all the information and advice you may need from house training to worm treatment. Of course our vets and vet nurses will be only to happy to advise on any aspect of your pet’s health and wellbeing.

Healthcheck at 6 months of age (free of charge) – an important age to check growth and your kitten or puppy’s teeth

Adolescent Puppy and Kitten Healthchecks at 9 months of age (free of charge) – an important age to check growth, development and training.

Plus: 4 weeks free insurance and Hills Puppy or Kitten food starter pack worth £4.99

By joining the Dunedin Healthy Pet Club the Puppy Vaccination course costs just £58.50, saving £22.50 off our normal price plus 50% off a  microchip -saving £11.50 or 50 % off a kennel cough vaccine -saving £10.75.

A Kitten Vaccination course costs just £46.00 for indoor cats when you join the Dunedin Healthy Pet Club or £62.88 for cats that go out. That’s a saving of up to £24.88. We can also implant a microchip discounted by 50%  -saving £11.50.

With your first monthly payment starting at £6.99 for cats and £12.49 for dogs we can supply top quality flea and worm treatments at your first healthcheck with us.

Just call us now on 01875 613593 for an appointment or click here to register first.

Don’t forget we have a plan for rabbits too.

To get you started about learning how to care for your new arrival why not download a PDF version of our Puppy Care Guide or Kitten Care Guide by clicking the relevant link links.