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 five mixed animal vets, five qualified veterinary nurses, two trainee veterinary nurses, and kennel assistant and four 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.
We are now asking for 48 hours for all repeat prescriptions and farm animal drug orders.
Please could these orders be made after 9.30am due to our receptionists dealing with a high number of calls when we open.
Due to the huge increase in time our Vet’s are spending on the phone talking to client’s, we are now offering the option to book a telephone consultation in advance. This will allow us to give you a more accurate time of when the vet will call you back. It will also allow us to manage the vets time more efficiently in practice. If you feel your conversation will be longer than 10mins then a £30 Phone Consultation fee will be chargeable at the time. This is being introduced with immediate effect. Thankyou
Vets Deliver Service
We are now excited to announce our new parasite treatment delivery system and direct debit service:
*Never forget a dose.
*Save time ordering and collecting treatment from the practice.
*Spread the cost of treatment into a convenient monthly direct debit.
*Benefit from 3 months of free flea and tick treatment and a 10% saving off of normal treatment prices built into the monthly direct debit.
*Get free postage and packaging.
If your cat or dog has been seen by a vet in the last twelve months then you can sign up from home using this link:
Our Vets delivery service is now up and running, find our more below ⬇️
Posted by Badgers Oak Veterinary Clinic on Thursday, 8 October 2020