Annual booster vaccination
Dogs, cats and rabbits all firstly require primary vaccinations, these are to protect them when they are young and most vulnerable. Make sure you get them vaccinated as early as possible. This protection allows your pet to safely make new friends and explore the world around them.
Flea & tick treatment
Fleas are the most common external parasite of dogs and cats and it is likely that every cat and dog will suffer an infestation at some point in their lives. If you think your pet may have fleas, it’s important to get started with flea treatment right away!
At Arch Vet, we offer a high-quality neutering service for cats, dogs, rabbits, ferrets and other furry friends.
Having an in-house lab enables us to test a wide variety of issues immediately, and with results in minutes, this will help speed up the diagnosis of your pet.
What age should I start worming my pet?
Puppies can be born with worm’s eggs that have been passed directly from their mother, so a first treatment is recommended at two weeks and then at regular short intervals until they are three months of age.
Kittens should have their first treatment at 6 weeks.
For more information on worming, please speak to our team at Arch Vet.
X-Rays and Ultrasounds
Having x-ray facilities in our clinics means that we can diagnose your pet during your visit and start treatment straight away.
Dental disease in cats and dogs is very common and if left untreated can lead to severe issues such as heart disease and kidney failure. Dog dental care and cat dental care is very important for the overall wellbeing of your beloved pet.
Animals, like humans, are prone to illness and need medicine to treat and prevent disease. From indoors-only cats to free-range chickens, all animals benefit from visits to see the vet. Regular check-ups, vaccinations and a good quality diet help your pets to live longer, healthier lives.
Whether you have a cat, dog or a rabbit, your pet can be microchipped. Microchipping your pet gives them the best possible chance of being returned to you if they become lost.
Nail clipping is a skill and unless you are entirely confident, our veterinary nurses or vets in our clinics can trim your pet’s nails for you and/or show you exactly how to do it.
Our onsite pet pharmacy ensures that your pet received the proper medications from a source they can trust. We strive to make your pets’ prescriptions as convenient as possible, including cutting tablets catered to your pets’ specific needs.
Regular physical examinations are extremely important to maintain the health of your pet. Our veterinarians recommend a complete physical exam annually.
Arch Vet is proud to have a state of the art surgical suite. Each patient is assessed uniquely and provided a surgical plan to suit their needs.