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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 very reasonable cost. As part of this aim we have listed many of our standard charges here. We understand that pricing transparency is important to our clients and we produce itemised invoices and receipts for the treatments we provide.

Veterinary service Price (inc VAT)
Consultations  
Cat or dog £30.16
Rabbit £17.16
Small mammal or bird £13.72
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Vaccinations  
Kitten course (including leukaemia) £68.00
Kitten course (without leukaemia) £44.50
Cat booster (including leukaemia) £42.20
Cat booster (leukaemia only) £38.00
Cat booster (without leukaemia) £28.20
Puppy course £58.45
Dog booster £37.30
Dog booster (leptospirosis only) £32.85
Rabbit myxomatosis + RHD1 combined £30.90
Rabbit RHD2 £30.90
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Our vaccination fees include a complete health check by a veterinary surgeon and provide an opportunity to discuss any health issues or concerns you have. Unlike some practices we do not charge extra for minor services (nail trims, emptying anal glands) performed during a vaccination appointment. To read more about the importance of keeping your pet vaccinated, see our animal health guides. If you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact us. You may also benefit from checking out our special offers page. Please note that, with advances in vaccination technology, dogs and cats do not necessarily need a full booster each year - please call for more information.
Neutering  
Cat (male) £43.68
Cat (female) £70.40
Dog (male) £105.87 - 176.79
Dog (female) £170.00 - 250.00
Dog (female - laparoscopic) £350.00 - 430.00
Rabbit (male) £50.70
Rabbit (female) £82.00
Guinea pig (male) £50.70
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Other services  
House visit (working hours, including consultation) £95.16
Out-of-hours surcharge (before 8pm for REGISTERED clients) £47.25
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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.

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