Choose the best for your pet
You and your vet can choose where your pet is referred. We are proud to offer the latest treatments and knowledge for the greatest care possible. By choosing Davies you are choosing outstanding care.
You’ve been referred. What’s next?
If you’ve been referred to us by your vet it may mean your pet has a condition that needs more specialised attention – just like when your GP refers you to a consultant.
But don’t worry, your pet is in the perfect place to get the right treatment. As a small animal referral hospital we have all the services to treat your pet on one site. Our compassionate experts will care for your pet as if it was their own.
We’ll work closely with your vet every step of the way, and after consultation and treatment your general practice vet will provide continued care. Here is a quick overview of what yours pet’s visit to us could look like – Your Pet’s Journey.
Below you’ll find information about all of our services, how we can help with pet insurance claims, plus amenities in the local area if your pet needs to stay with us. Our Client Care team is always on hand to answer any questions.
If you hold an RSA insurance policy Davies will reimburse the £200 fee which may be charged by your insurance company – read more.
Doing our part to keep pets, clients and our staff healthy during COVID-19 (coronavirus)
If you have any concerns click here to read our COVID-19 statement and call or email us with any questions or for further information.
Our Insurance, Finance and Payment Policies
Find out how we can help you with your pet insurance claim and more about our finance and payment policies.
Information on a few local places and services which may be useful during your visit to us.
Keep up to Date
Our Patient of the Month – January 2020
Scooby was seen by Victoria Argent from our Veterinary Neurology team for further investigation of a sub-acute onset, progressive, non-ambulatory tetraparesis – he had suddenly become unable to use any of his legs.
Davies donates cheque to Dogs Trust Freedom Project
In 2019 we raised £5,000 for our chosen charity of the year - The Dogs Trust Freedom Project