At The Pet Vet we want to make preventive healthcare easy and affordable, to help you give your much loved pet the best care possible with our Pet Health Plan.

We believe that prevention is better than cure, and the best route to a long and healthy life – much better than waiting until a pet is ill and suffering to put things right.

Our Pet Health Plan is not pet insurance. It covers the essential treatments your pet needs throughout life, such as vaccinations, the best flea and worm treatments, and regular health checks and advice. Through a simple monthly direct debit you can spread the cost of your routine veterinary needs across the year – at the same time reducing the total bill.

Extra benefits of the plan include exclusive discounts on many other products and services at our surgeries.

Read on for more information, or speak with one of our team today to find out more about our plan.

The Pet Vet Health Plan Provides your pet with:

  • Annual health check with a vet and booster vaccinations (see table)
  • Six month health check with a nurse
  • Worming treatments (sufficient for 12 months)
  • Flea treatments (sufficient for 12 months)
  • Unlimited nurse clinics
  • Nail clipping (maximum 4 per pet per year)
  • Anal glands (maximum 4 per pet per year)
  • Annual kennel cough vaccination
  • 10% discount* on:
    • Consultations
    • Drugs
    • Treatments
    • Surgery
    • Dental work
    • Even food and accessories
    • Plus everything else your pet may require at our practice premises**
*Cannot be used in conjunction with other offers **Does not include referrals or treatments at clinics other than our own

Pet Health Plan prices:

Pet Small Dog < 10kg £11.00 monthly
Pet Medium Dog 10.1 - 25kg £13.50 monthly
Pet Large Dog 25.1 - 40kg £14.95 monthly
Pet Ex Large Dog > 40.1kg £18.50 monthly
Pet Cat £11.95 monthly

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