We care for your pet like our own
We also provide a 24hr emergency service
|Monday to Friday||8:30am — 6:00pm
|Saturday||8:30am — Midday
The team of vets, nurses and receptionists here at Wangford work together to provide a high standard of care and offer you and your
pet a professional yet personal service in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
As a companion animal practice we treat cats, dogs, rabbits, small furries and exotic pets. Patients are all looked after with the same
care as we give to our own pets.
Talk to one of our friendly receptionists to find a time to suit you.
We have morning and afternoon appointments available and try to be as flexible as we can. Unusually we offer 15 minute appointments and all our clients are given as much time and attention as they need. Sometimes in an emergency you may experience a short wait - we hope that you will bear with us on these rare occasions.
We provide 24 hour emergency cover every day. There is always an expert help just a call away.
Furry Friends Health Club
Find out how you can save money on your vets bills by joining our Furry Friends Health Club.
Many of our qualified nurse consultations are free of charge
We have had no recent reports of missing pets.
1 / 0 pets lost in the last 28 days
To see all lost and found pets, or to let us know about your missing pet, please go to the lost and found
To celebrate Suffolk Day tomorrow we thought it would be nice to share photos of your dogs walking on one of our lovely Suffolk beaches or anywhere in the spectacularly beautiful countryside where we are lucky enough to live.
To start us off this fab photo is Mutley-Moo & Hunni-Bear on their walk at Benacre (Ange & Co Independent Estate Agents)
Addressing your concerns about NexGard flea &tick treatment
It has come to our attention that concerns have been raised by members of the
public about the use of NexGard / NexGard Spectra to treat our dogs against
ticks and fleas.
Facebook is a valuable tool for circulating information, however, the NexGard
information in the post we saw is not validated nor put into context and so has
led to confusion and unnecessary concern. As you will see later in this article not treating your pet may actually be detrimental to its health.
What our clients are saying: