White House Vets

156 Newtown Road

Malvern WR14 1PJ


01684 560940 (24hrs)

 

info@whitehousevets.com

 

Online booking / Pet Portal

 

Latest NeWs

 

Malvern Pet Health - Summer 2019 Edition out now - magazines for Pet Club members are now online here

 

Join our Pet Club free here and receive a £25 voucher

 

To view our latest newsletters and get yours join the Pet Club free

 

What's new? For a quick looksee on the latest website updates click here

 

A bereavement poem for a departing dog added to our "Saying Goodbye" section

 

Opening Hours: 

 

Mon-Fri     08:00 - 19.00hrs

Saturday    08:00 - 13:00hrs

Sunday       10:00 - 12:00hrs



Also open Bank Holidays except
Christmas Day.

 

Appointments within 24 hours
 

After hours our emergency service is provided by our out of hours partner, VetsNow.

 

Just phone the normal number 01684 560940 (24hrs) to be automatically put through

 

 

 

If you're planning a trip, a pet passport will give you the freedom to take your pet to any European country, the United States, and Canada with no quarantine upon returning home.

 

Check out the latest Rules

 

Your pet must be over 3 months old. He must be microchipped, and have had a rabies vaccination. We can then issue a passport which will be valid 21 days later.
The cost for the rabies vaccination and issuing the passport is £79.80 (incl VAT)

Ten per cent discount for Pet care plan members    

However with Brexit approaching, although unlikely, the rules might change. It is possible that your pet will require  a further Rabies vaccine and a blood test thirty days later. There would then be a waiting time of three months before your pet could travel. He might then need a Pet Health Certificate within 10 days of travelling, which would last for four months.

Just watch this space



Find a Vet before returning

 

It is still necessary to find a vet before you come home and this must be done 24 to 120 hours before entering Britain. Your pet will be treated for tapeworms by the vet who will then enter the treatment in the passport.

 

 

There are certain diseases that are prevalent in certain parts of continental Europe but not in Britain. Contact us a month before you go so that we can give you some advice on preventing these diseases.

 

For more information on taking your pet abroad, check the pet site of DEFRA. And be sure to review their travel tips.

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