- Main Vet Surgery at Dorking Surrey
- Branch surgeries at Bookham & Gomshall
- Consultations by Appointment
- Open all day Saturday
- Modern veterinary surgical facilities
- Friendly Team of Highly Trained & Motivated Veterinary Staff
- Full Range of Diagnostic Equipment
- Ample Car Parking
- FREE checkover with veterinary surgeon for all new registered pets
- Free Vet Nurse Wellness Pet Clinics
- Our Gomshall branch has an onsite pet shop
- Help Budget for Preventative Pet Health Care at Brelades Vets
All consultations are by appointment at all our Surgeries. Appointments can be made for our morning, afternoon or evening Surgeries by telephoning our Receptionists during the opening times:
Dorking 0830-1830 Monday -Friday
1000-1100 Sunday & Bank Holidays Emergency walk in clinic
Bookham 0900 -1830 Monday – Friday
0830 – 1100 Saturday
Gomshall 0900-1830 Monday-Friday
Sick animals can always be seen on the same day and emergencies take priority.
1st Consultation £38.50 (£30.80)
Repeat Consultation £33.50 (£26.80)
Prices in () are for our Health Plan members
Our Practice provides emergency cover 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. In the event of an emergency please telephone the main Surgery at Dorking, 01306 883086 day or night. The out of hours recorded message will inform you who to contact. We provide our own emergency cover Monday – Friday until 2200hrs and Saturday -Sunday 0900 hrs – 1800 hrs, after these hours our phones go to Vets Now Guildford 01483 346203 who are able to provide cover for overnight emergencies. All emergencies until 2200 hrs Monday- Friday and 0900 hrs – 1800 hrs Saturday and Sunday are seen at Dorking.
We endeavour to offer home visits during working hours, but because of the nature of veterinary practice, there will be occasions when it will be impossible for a Veterinary Surgeon to leave the Surgery. Unfortunately House visits cannot be arranged out of normal working hours
OPERATIONS AND PROCEDURES
All our operations and procedures are carried out at our Dorking Surgery.
The Operating Theatre is fully equipped with the latest technology and patient monitoring devices. The use of modern anaesthetics, drugs and equipment makes operating a very safe procedure in our hands. Pre operation examinations are routinely carried out and pre-operation blood tests are normally recommended to ensure the safety of the patient under anaesthetic. The patient is fully monitored by a Nurse throughout the operation and during recovery. Clients are normally telephoned by the Vet after any operation to alleviate any concerns about the welfare of the patient.
Full discharge instructions, both verbally and written are given to all clients.
FACILITIES AT DORKING
Our wide range of modern medical and surgical equipment, combined with highly trained professional staff, enables us to offer the highest standard of care for your pet:
We have our own X-ray, Ultrasound, flexible and rigid Endoscope facilities and blood pressure monitoring. Our X-ray films are processed
immediately on site.
We have our own in-house Laboratory where results are available daily.
We have extensive dental equipment including dental xrays.
A daily delivery ensures that we stock a large and ever-changing supply of medicines to meet the needs of our patients.
Additionally we also carry a wide range of pet healthcare products such as flea treatment, wormers, shampoos and a range of quality and prescription diets. Our friendly knowledgeable staff are always there to help and advise.
It is vital that all Puppies and Kittens are vaccinated against the major killer diseases. An initial Course of 2 injections will provide cover for one year. Thereafter an annual Booster is essential to maintain full protection. During this visit a full health check is carried out and it is your opportunity to ask the Vet any questions regarding the welfare of your pet. An adult pet, whose vaccinations have lapsed, can be brought up to date for the cost of an annual booster
Prices in brackets are for Health Plan members
Puppy Course £75.00 (£37.50)
Adult Dog course £60.00 (£30.00)
Dog Booster £50.00 (Included)
Kennel Cough £43.00 (£34.40)
Kitten Course £80.00 (£40.00)
Cat Booster £54.00 (Included)
Rabbit Myxomatosis/ HVD £45.00
We offer a full vaccination and testing service to allow your pet to travel overseas.
For travel within Europe your pet must be over 3 months old, microchipped and vaccinated against Rabies, after which a Pet Passport can be issued. This will be valid from 3 weeks after the date of the vaccination and will require a 3 yearly booster.
More information can be found at gov.uk/take-pet-abroad/overview
For travel outside Europe please contact the relevant department for the destination country to ascertain the specific requirements.
We recommend that Clients insure their pets so as to avoid the worry of unexpected expense. Should your pet require referral to a specialist then the bill can often run into several thousand pounds.
There is no National Health for pets. We are funded entirely by the fees you pay and we endeavour to provide a good quality service at reasonable cost. In order to help us to keep our prices down we ask our clients to pay at the time of service.
We accept Cash, Cheques and Credits Cards.
We offer discount on our services to members of our Health Plan, you can also pay by
The best care for your best friends – The Health Plan
CHAPPS is a veterinary and human physiotherapy and pilates service, operating in the regions of Surrey, Sussex and parts of Hampshire and Kent. Our chartered physiotherapists, Lottie and Jess, are registered with the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Physiotherapy (ACPAT), the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
CHAPPS will be based at Brelades Veterinary Surgeons in Bookham, and will provide a well rounded treatment programme to optimise the function, movement and well-being of your animal. Our therapists will complete an in depth assessment of your animal to identify any areas of dysfunction. This will include a detailed history taken from the owner and communication with the vet, an assessment of gait and function, and palpation of soft tissue structures and joint mobility. We will then base our treatment plan on our assessment findings. We treat a wide range of conditions from degenerative joint conditions, to neurological or soft tissue injuries. We will help your animal achieve their rehabilitation goals and will be in communication with your vet throughout the process.
20 Knoll Road Dorking Surrey RH4 3EP Tel: 01306 883086
Rothwell House Church Road Bookham Surrey KT23 3JP Tel: 01372 452531
Station Road Gomshall Surrey GU5 9LE Tel: 01483 205066