**Coronavirus Update 23.06.20**
Following the lift in recent restrictions, we are now able to resume a more normal service at our sites.
To ensure the ongoing safety of our staff and clients, we will continue to maintain social distancing measures by asking clients to remain in our car parks with their pets.
The St Peters team will come out to you and bring your pet into the surgery whilst you wait in the car.
Our main site at PETERSFIELD will continue to remain open 24/7 for Emergencies and for urgent & non-routine appointments. We are also able to offer a limited amount of appointments during the day for routine vaccinations and neutering.
Our HORNDEAN site is now open Monday – Friday 8.30am – 6pm offering appointments for routine vaccinations for those patients that were unable to have vaccinations during the lock-down period. A limited number of appointments will be available each day for non-routine issues.
Our LISS site is now open Monday – Friday 8.30am – 12pm offering appointments for routine vaccinations for those patients that were unable to have vaccinations during the lock-down period.
We are currently ‘catching up’ on the vaccinations that were unable to be done during the lock-down period so your pet may experience a delay from their original due date.
Please read the reverse of the vaccination reminder cards which have updated information in regards to when your pet can be booked in.
We will continue to offer telephone appointments and advice so please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your query.
For routine advice, flea/ worm treatment and repeat prescription requests, please email email@example.com
If you are unable to email us or would prefer to contact us by phone, please do so using the following numbers: PETERSFIELD – 01730 266431 HORNDEN – 02392 592526 LISS – 01730 894222
Your pet’s welfare is very important to us, as is the health of everyone in our community.
Thank you for your patience and support during this time.
If you would like to read more on the guidelines we are adhering to as set out by our regulatory board, BVA, then feel free to click HERE for the current advice to veterinary professionals.