Whiteley Village Vet Centre Ltd. is commonly known as Whiteley Vets. We are a new, independent practice situated in Whiteley, Hampshire, aiming to provide top quality veterinary care to the pets of Whiteley, the Hamble Valley, Fareham and the surrounding area including the M27 corridor. We aim to provide almost everything your pet may need medically or surgically with a totally honest open approach, keeping you involved in key decision making where appropriate. We pride ourselves on our integrity and in our absolute utter belief that your pet genuinely comes first.
The practice has been set up by Cara Golden (BVM&S MRCVS) and her partner, Martin Moody, who is the Business Director, leaving Cara free to concentrate on clinical matters. As many people in the area know, Cara used to be Senior Vet at Harbour Vets Southsea running that clinic for approx. 5 years, and before that was at their Havant branch for nearly 5 years. She spent her initial working years in referral practice, and has always strived to do the best possible job in everything that she undertakes. We have designed and built a state of the art, purpose built facility to enable us to continue to provide your pets with the optimal possible care.
One of Cara's biggest prides, however, is that most patients pull to get IN to the surgery, and are relaxed and happy when in the clinic. She unashamedly spoils her patients, with a magically refilling sweetie box, and few canine patients who need to go onto the table. This makes their visits much more pleasant, and keeps all of our stress levels down - no one likes to see unhappy pets.
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For our feline friends, we have a dedicated cat/rabbit waiting room and consult room, so although they do need to come in through the general waiting room to the reception desk, they can then go straight into their own calm area without being stressed by any dogs, well-meaning as they may be. Cat guardians (or are we their servants?) then can either sit in with their cats, or come out to socialize with anyone else waiting.
We are fully equipped to cater for almost all requirements, with lots of pertinent equipment (please see services page), separate dog and cat wards, 2 sterile operating theatres, a dental theatre and a diagnostic imaging room (- ie xray and ultrasound). We have modern, gold standard anaesthetic systems and monitoring equipment to minimize the risk inherent with any general anaesthetic procedure. We also have qualified nursing support to further decrease any risk and enable everything to run smoothly 'back of house'.
We very much looking forward to seeing all of our furfriends, both old and new.