A Warm Welcome to Prospect House Vets
Prospect House Veterinary Clinic and Hospital was founded in 1985 by husband and wife team Nigel Dickinson and Ann Owen who hung up their stethoscopes in April 2022.
The practice has continued as an independent Vets led by the well established remaining partners, Peter Harlow, Helen Sumner and Phil Owen. Working alongside them we have a fantastic team of committed and caring staff, many of whom have been with the practice for over 20 years
The clinic has always fostered a family approach with a mutual support network and we have a great team atmosphere.
We are proud of all our staff and feel they are proud to work in the clinic. With two extensions, fully equipped laboratory, theatre, dental facilities including dental x-ray, diagnostics room, the clinic has moved with the times and our ethos is always to give our best service to clients, pets and support them through difficult times.
We are a CAT FRIENDLY PRACTICE and are accredited with the International Society of Feline Medicine. This not only gives us access to up to date information on advances in Feline medicine and surgery but also allows us to put measures in place to minimise stress during their visits to us.
Being pet owners ourselves we understand the importance of that special relationship and our approachable staff are here to give help and advice when you need it.
Our veterinary staff include seven veterinary surgeons, fourteen nurses, five receptionists and an Office Manager.
Our team can offer a wealth of experience, knowledge and enthusiasm with each vet also having an area of special interest.
As well as being equipped with modern medical and surgical facilities there is a strong emphasis on preventative healthcare.
We offer a pet healthcare plan for dogs, cats and rabbits covering their routine preventative healthcare needs and spreading the cost with monthly payments.
We are a training centre for nurses, HAVE A 24 HOUR ON SITE CARE IN PARTNERSHIP WITH VETS NOW, and we offer an in house surgical referral service with Ben Walton MRCVS