Whilst procedures such as consultations, vaccinations and neuters have standard prices, the charges for most surgical operatio ns are based on the time that they take.
The costs of blood tests, x-rays, dressings, drugs, hospitalisation and any special materials (e.g. orthopaedic implants) are always added to the surgical fee. With the cost of the extras that could be required, the final charge for surgery could exceed £1,000, especially if prolonged hospitalisation is required.
You may, therefore, before a condition requiring treatment arises like to consider taking out insurance cover on your pet to insure against such eventualities. However, we cannot recommend any one insurance policy over another. Please take your time choosing the correct insurance for your pet’s needs and read the small print carefully.
If your pet is being treated under an insurance policy then please notify a member of staff accordingly. Please be aware that it is your responsibility to settle your account with us and then reclaim the fees from your insurance company.