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FAQ

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Which areas does Wellpets Mobile Vet cover?

Medway, Sittingbourne, Sheppey & Maidston

Where will the vet want to see my pet?

Our vet will try to see your pet wherever he or she is most comfortable. For many pets, this means when they are lying in bed or on a chair or sofa. Good light is usually needed, so it’s handy if a bright light or lamp is available nearby.

How much will it cost?

Please call us for a free quotation.

How can I pay?

When you call to make your appointment, we will take credit or debit card details, and our vet will confirm the cost at the end of the visit. Your debit/credit card will be debited within 24-36 hours. Alternatively, we can take cash payment. Unfortunately, we cannot take cheque.

What if my cat or dog needs medication?

Our vet will bring a range of medication with them when they visit, but if your pet needs something different, we can arrange direct delivery by post or collection from one of our surgeries.

My pet is insured – can you claim directly from my insurer?

For larger claims, this can sometimes be arranged. Call us for details.

My pet needs to be put to sleep – can you help?

Towards the end of your pet’s life – one the last kindnesses that owners can give is a dignified peaceful goodbye. We understand this, and we believe that helping a pet with humane euthanasia is best carried out in his or own comfortable home surroundings. Please call us and we can answer any questions that you may have and help you make the best arrangements to suit you and your pet.

Do I need to tidy up before the vet comes?

Our only concern is for your pet, and we’ll be making sure that he or she gets the very best care, so don’t worry about whether your house is spotless – our vet won’t notice!

What if the vet needs to take samples?

If our vet needs to take a blood sample, if can be done easily and with very little discomfort to your pet straight away. If urine or faecal samples are needed, our vet will give instructions and arrange to collection them the next day.

Will I need to get anything ready before the vet comes?

It’s always a good idea to keep cats in the house before a home visit – otherwise they have a cleaver habit of disappearing just when the vet arrives!. Unfortunately, we usually have other appointments to attend, and can’t wait long for your cat to reappear (they usually don’t).

What Our Clients Say

  • Having heard about Wellpets Mobile Vets from a friend, and having three senior cats that really dislike going to the vets it sounded like a great alternative. I decided to give a try and I'm really glad that I did.

    - Natalie Jones, Sittingbourne

  • I have a 10 year old cocker spaniel who shakes violently whenever we go the vet. When he is lifted up and put on the examination table he gets worse and the whole table shakes. I would highly recommend Wellpets Mobile Vets to anyone with nervous pets. Thank you Wellpets.

    Laura Bramble - Worle