We at Rutland Veterinary Centre have a fantastic team of dedicated, experienced Registered Veterinary Nurses (RVNs) who run their own clinics each day to help keep your pets fit and healthy, with regular check-ups and preventative treatments.
Our nurses are able to advise you on many different topics and give practical help with many aspects of pet care.
Our nurse clinics run on Monday to Friday by appointment so please call your local branch to book.
HELP AND ADVICE
- Pre and post-operative health checks
- Administering medication
- Ear cleaning
- Tooth brushing and oral care
- Neutering advice
- Purchasing a pet
- Pet health plan
- Puppy and kitten wellness checks
- Rabbit and small pet health care
- Blood Pressure readings
- Dressing and bandage changes
- Emptying anal glands
- Suture and drain removal
- Grooming and de-matting
- 2nd vaccination
- Nail trimming
- Blood sampling
- Tick removal
Puppy and kitten
Either before or after their first vaccinations why not book a puppy or kitten check to make sure your new family member is fit and healthy? We can also arrange follow-on appointments for 2nd vaccinations, neutering, puppy classes and more.
For kittens and puppies aged 5 months and over, we can give advice on changing diets, teething, neutering, behaviour and more. Help us guide you through this life stage with confidence.
Weight and nutrition
Our veterinary nurses can assess your pet’s body condition and help you to achieve and maintain their ideal weight through diet changes and exercise advice. We can work with you to improve your pet’s health through good quality nutrition.
For cats and dogs over 8 years old, we can give a full health check and advice on dental care, nutrition, body condition, mobility and behaviour. Optional, discounted diagnostic tests for early detection of medical problems are available.
We can check your pet’s mouth for signs of dental disease and advise you on the best way to keep your pet’s teeth in the best possible condition. Whether your pet has recently had a dental procedure, or you’ve noticed bad breath, we can help.
Care of diabetic pets can initially be daunting. Our nurses are here to help with advice and training to help your family get into a good daily routine. This clinic can give you the support you need between visits to the vet.
Bring your pet along regularly to build up good associations with coming to the vet. If your pet is anxious or worried when they visit, try booking some time with us to enjoy cuddles and treats.