Passports are necessary to cross any international border for pets.  This entails having a microchip implanted if not already present, rabies vaccinations and possibly a blood test at least 30 days after the date of vaccination.  We do recommend having 2 rabies vaccinations as a primary course, as there is an approximately 10% failure rate (not achieving 0.5IU) from a single vaccine, and once given, this vaccine is meant to last for 3 years.  Depending on the Brexit deal and regulations, there may then be a 3 month wait before the passport becomes valid for travel.

In an emergency, please contact us and then come straight down to the clinic. 

By contacting us, we can talk you through any first aid necessary, and can also alert the clinical staff of your impending arrival.

Out of Hours, you will be redirected to our emergency service.  There is an emergency line bypass on our phone system.

Emergencies will always be prioritized.