Our aim is to make sure your puppy has the best possible start in life.
Our team of vets, nurses & receptionists are committed to ensure your puppy has the best start in life and are here to guide you through the first few important months of their life.
Our puppy primary vaccine course include:
- 1st and 2nd Vaccines which includes the Letpo 4 vaccine
- A head to tail vet examination
- 50% off a kennel cough vaccination
- 3 months worth of flea & worming treatments
- 4 weeks free pet insurance
- A 4kg bag of ProPlan Expert Puppy
- Complimentary monthly check-ins with a veterinary nurse to weigh your puppy and prescribe the correct dose of flea/worming treatments. They are also happy to answer any health/development questions you may have.
- Complimentary 6 Month Check Up with a veterinary nurse to give you the chance to learn what changes and adjustments may need to made now your puppy is approaching their adult stage of life (diets, neutering, dental care).
To spread the cost of primary preventative care for your puppy or kitten, why not look into what out Pet Health Club has to offer.
And finally, we are also lucky enough to have our very own dog training, Julia Durrant (MAPDT 00984 certified) on standby to assist you.
To find out more about Julia puppy training courses, please visit her website: www.stamforddogtraining.co.uk.
Kennel Cough Vaccinations
We offer 50% off kennel cough vaccines when given during your new puppy's primary course.
Kennel cough is a highly contagious disease of the respiratory tract. Dogs of all ages can be affected and signs include a harsh dry cough.
Dogs are at risk whenever they gather together at boarding kennels, parks, training classes, dog shows.
The cough can last for some weeks and during this time more serious complications can arise such as pneumonia. Vaccination against kennel cough can be done at the same time as your puppy's vaccinations and is given via a nasal spray.
A Free Puppy Toy
Remember to always supervise your puppy during play time.
It has now become law that all puppies 8 weeks and over are to be microchipped and registered with the correct owner's details.
Microchipping is a way of identifying your puppy. It is similar to a vaccination injection but it deposits a chip about the size of a grain of rice in the scruff between the shoulder blades. The chip carries a number specific to your puppy. This number is then registered along with your details onto a national database so that if your puppy is found and scanned, they will be able to contact you straight away.
If your puppy requires a microchip, please let the receptionist know when booking your appointment.
Free Nurse Development Consultations
Our nurses offer complimentary Development Consultations. During these sessions, the nurse will weigh your puppy and dispense any parasite treatments that are due (treatments are chargeable). They will also answer any of your questions and help with any behavioural issues you may be experiencing.
We recommend you come and see our nurses every 4 weeks until your puppy is 6 months old. We make these visits fun and interactive and they are a great way for your puppy to get to know us and develop and positive relationship with the practice.