Veterinary Treatments In Lee, South East London

At Burnt Ash Veterinary Clinic in Lee, we provide an extensive range of veterinary treatments for dogs, cats and exotic animals.

At the Vet
 
Black Dog

Pet Dental Care Services

The First Line of Defence

Dogs' and cats' teeth must be regularly checked and kept in good health. Both dogs and cats are good at tolerating pain. Therefore, it's not always clear to see when they're experiencing any oral discomfort. Like humans, minor problems like inflammation can lead to severe infection if not treated early. Therefore, we recommend you contact us to schedule regular dental check-ups for your cat or dog to ensure their teeth are kept in good condition.

Vaccinations

Help prevent your dog or cat healthy

Dogs and cats are at risk of catching diseases that can be fatal if left untreated. These infections can include; 

  • Calicivirus and Feline Herpesvirus 

  • Infectious Enteritis 

  • Feline Leukaemia Virus 

  • Canine Parvovirus 

  • Canine Distemper Virus 

  • Infectious Canine Hepatitis

 Therefore, it's recommended that your dog or cat receive annual vaccinations to protect against the most serious threats.  

Basset Hound Check-Up
Cat at the vet's surgery

Microchips

An easy was to identify lost pets

Microchips are recommended for both dogs and cats. Microchips are a legal requirement for dogs, whereas they're currently just recommended for cats. It's predicted that microchips may become compulsory for cats in the future too, so it's still a good idea to have them implanted now. There's plenty of reason why the government may want to make them compulsory too. Microchips are incredibly useful for pet owners and authorities when their pets have gone missing.
Each microchip has a unique code that a specialist scanner can read. The code connects to the UK database of pet owners and will show the owner's contact details. Certain authorities use these scanners including, vets, rescue shelters and animal welfare charities. So, if your pet arrives at an animal rescue shelter, they will be able to see that the animal belongs to you and contact you ASAP.

Pet Nutrition

Learn how to keep your dog happy and healthy.

Correct nutrition and exercise is the key to a healthy pet. However, new owners often need a little guidance when feeding their kittens and puppies. That's no problem; at Burnt Ash Veterinary Clinic, we're happy to guide new owners on the right track when it comes to feeding their four-legged friend. If you register with us, we'll be glad to give you professional guidance on feeding and exercise during your pet's check-ups with us.

bowl of cat food
dog with a vet

Neutering

Proactive and positive

For most pet owners, neutering their dog or cat is a decision that requires a lot of thought, but it's a common practice any responsible pet owner will need to consider. Unless you're a dog or cat breeder, it's always best if you get them neutered. There are a few main reasons for neutering:

  1. By removing your pet's reproductive organs, you're lowering the risk of medical complications.

  2. It reduces unwanted sexual behaviour towards other cats or dogs.

  3. It can help reduce aggressive behaviour in males, such as urinary marking.

  4. It reduces the risk of accidental pregnancy. This way, you can be sure your female dog or cat won't be giving you any surprises in the future.

 

Euthanasia

Saying goodbye with compassion

While we all wish pets could stay with us forever, euthanasia is sadly an unavoidable part of what we do at Burnt Ash Veterinary Clinic. We understand how distressing this stage can be for pet owners, so our team aims to treat you with complete honesty and compassion. If your pet's suffering and you want the opportunity to say goodbye in peace, call us today. Our compassionate staff will guide you with care and consideration.

 
Cat in a transport box

If your pet requires any veterinary treatments, call us on 

020 8857 6888.

 burntashvets@gmail.com

 

146 Burnt Ash Hill

London

SE12 0HU 

Monday-Friday 08:00-19:00

Saturday 08:00-12:00 

Sunday 10:00-12:00