At Badgers Oak Vets are trying our best to minimise the spread of Covid-19:

As a result we are taking the following steps:

When coming in for an appointment please ring us from the car park. The vet will then come to take history from you and then will bring your pet into the surgery for an examination. You will be asked to wait in the car park while this is happening. 

Please order flea and worming treatment by emailing bovcprescriptions@gmail.com where possible or ring us at the surgery. This can be posted once payment has been made if required. or collected at the surgery at a pre-arranged time. Please pre-order all flea and worming treatments. 

If you require repeat medication or food orders please ring us to order or email us at bovcprescriptions@gmail.com. We will then be able to arrange a collection time for you and the order will be put in the blue box outside the front door. 

We are still only able to see emergency and urgent cases but please ring us for advice if you feel your pet may need to come see us. 

Vaccination protocol: We are currently delaying vaccines for 1-2 months as vaccines have a 3 month leeway so do not have to be restarted unless are over 3 months late. 

If you have been exposed to COVID-19 or you are experiencing symptoms, or are having so self-isolate, but your pet needs treatment then please give us a ring and we can help.

Badgers Oak Veterinary Clinic is a mixed practice based in Northiam, East Sussex (near Rye).

We are dedicated to providing high quality care for small animals, horses and farm animals across this part of the county and into Kent. We pride ourselves on being a well equipped, friendly and approachable local practice.

The team here at Badgers Oak has six mixed animal vets, five qualified veterinary nurses, one trainee veterinary nurse and three excellent administrators.

Unlike many of the veterinary surgeries in the area, we run our own out of hours service. This means that our clients will never have to travel to an unfamiliar surgery with a sick pet or wait for a vet they don’t know.