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Dacre House Veterinary Clinic
For the care your pet deserves
Price guide

At Dacre House we aim to keep our pricing fair.

We believe we offer a high standard of veterinary care at reasonable cost. We understand that pricing transparency is important to our pet owners and we produce itemised invoices and receipts for the treatments we provide. Many of our standard charges are listed here and estimates are available on request. Prices listed include VAT.


Consultations  
Cat or dog £30.91
Rabbit £17.59
Small mammal or bird £14.06
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Vaccinations  
Kitten course (including leukaemia) £69.70
Kitten course (without leukaemia) £45.62
Cat booster (including leukaemia) £43.25
Cat booster (leukaemia only) £38.95
Cat booster (without leukaemia) £28.90
Puppy course £59.91
Dog booster £38.23
Dog booster (leptospirosis only) £33.67
Rabbit myxomatosis + RHD1 £31.67
Rabbit RHD1 + RHD2 £31.67
Rabbit myxomatosis + RHD1 + RHD2 £44.00
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Neutering  
Cat (male) £44.77
Cat (female) £72.16
Dog (male) £108.52 - 181.20
Dog (female) £174.25 - 256.25
Dog (female - laparoscopic) £365.50 - 447.50
Rabbit (male) £51.95
Rabbit (female) £84.05
Guinea pig (male) £51.95
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The price for neutering dogs increases with weight, as bigger dogs require more anaesthetic and larger drug doses. All our quotes for surgery include a free follow-up health check within 5 days of the surgical procedure and, where necessary, a free appointment to remove stitches and check the surgical site. Stitches are usually removed 1-2 weeks after the operation. Please feel free to contact us to discuss the pros and cons of neutering or if you have any other queries.
Other services  
House visit (working hours, including consultation) £97.53
Out-of-hours surcharge (before 8pm for REGISTERED clients) £49.00
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Please note that, even with routine procedures, some additional costs may be incurred, for example where there is the need for additional sedation or pain relief. Wherever possible you will be informed of this in advance. Estimated costs of other treatments can be obtained during consultation with the veterinary staff at the clinic. Please feel free to ask about fees in advance if you have any concerns about costs.

The following methods of payment are accepted: cash, personal cheque, credit/debit card (Access, Delta, Maestro, Mastercard, Switch, Solo, Visa). To keep costs down, we ask for payment at the time of treatment.
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We would just like to mention how pleased we are that we were recommended Dacre House for our GSD who can get aggressive with strangers. After being told by our previous Vet not to bring our GSD in unless its an emergency. It was a breath of fresh air to meet Jane. She is calm and confident...and just gets on with the job in hand...
"Many thanks go to you today, you've been so kind in every way." To the vet who looked after Sooty - A BIG THANK YOU...
We wanted to thank you all for your help, advice and kindness that you have shown Abby and ourselves over these past, nearly 15, years...thank you again for always being there for her and us.
...At every stage you were so helpful with explaining the situation and the options open to us. We felt all along that we arrived at the right decisions for Bibi - as a result of your professionalism...
Thank you so much for mending Sam from the Friday 13th nightmare! With love...
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