Our Registered Veterinary Nurses run a range of nurse clinics to provide help and advice for pet owners.
The veterinary nursing team at AAS Vets, are passionate about supporting you and your pets. Nurse clinics are an excellent option to get advice and assistance for a wide range of preventative healthcare, as well as support with managing health conditions.
Veterinary nurses can support you with advice (within these clinics) about caring for your pet on a variety of areas such as:
- Senior health care - caring for older pets
- Nutrition and weight management - planning a nutritious diet
- Post-operative care - what to do after an operation
- Dental care - keeping teeth and gums healthy
They can also administer some treatments including:
- Second vaccinations
- Various medications
- Applying flea, tick and worming treatment
Finally, there are many procedures that veterinary nurses can complete during a nurse clinic. For example, wound management (redressing and reapplying bandages) and nail clipping to name just a couple.
As you can see, there are many areas our veterinary nurses can help you with during a nurse clinic, please get in touch to find out more!
Some services incur charges and certain nurse clinics are only available at certain branches due to space and facilities.
Our veterinary nurses will work with you on many aspects of pet care such as dental care, weight and nutrition and flea and worm treatments to help keep your pets fit and healthy so they can live fuller, longer lives.We are pleased to be able to offer our clients a range of FREE nurse clinics and checks:
- Fleas, Ticks and Worms Check
- Dental Health Check
- Pet Weight Clinic
- Adolescent Pet Clinic
- Young at Heart Clinic
Our nurses can be helpful in noticing symptoms of health conditions before they become more serious if left untreated. Regular check-ups and advise on preventative treatments make good financial sense for pet owners – prevention is cheaper than cure!
We can also offer appointments for your adolescent pets and a clinic for the more senior of your furry friends.
Pet Weight Clinic
Are you struggling to manage your pet's weight? Our weight clinic is here to help.
Adolescent Pet Clinic
When your dog or cat is six months old, we like you to bring them in for a FREE fun session with one of our nurses.
Young at Heart Clinic
Do you have a young at heart dog over 8 years old or cat over 10 years old? We like them to have regular senior pet health checks.
While our nurses are experienced and highly qualified, they will always refer you to an AAS vet if necessary. Speak to one of our receptionists to arrange your free nurse clinic appointment.