Charging appropriately for the professional services our small, independent practice provides, enables us to maintain a sustainable business aiming to deliver successful outcomes for the animals under our care.

We invite and encourage discussions about any personal circumstances you feel may influence clinical decision making. With shared responsibility, we aim to work together to achieve the best possible standard of healthcare for your pet.

Price list for routine services

Consultation and examination (15 minute appointment) £52.50


Dog vaccination course, including health examination (two separate appointments) £110 (£55 payable at each visit)
Dog booster vaccination, including health examination £55
Infectious Bronchitis (Kennel Cough) vaccination £55
Infectious Bronchitis vaccination at the same time as booster vaccination £38.50
Rabies vaccination £85


Cat vaccination Flu/Enteritis course, including health examination (two separate appointments) £110 (£55 payable at each visit)
Cat booster Flu/Enteritis, including health examination £55


Microchipping £26.50
Prescription charge per item £24
Animal Health Certificate (for travel) per pet. Please note, this service is only available to registered clients. £215


Bitch spey, including post operative examination £315-£450 depending on the weight of your dog

Please note this cost may be subject to change depending on body condition and will be discussed further following pre-operative examination

Dog castration, including post operative examination £275-£345 depending on the weight of your dog
Cat spey, including post operative examination £120
Cat castration £95

Please note, neutering a female is a lengthier procedure, involving abdominal surgery.

In addition to these neutering costs, we advise pre-operative blood testing to evaluate the health of your pet’s internal organs, prior to anaesthetic. The cost of this depends on factors including your pet’s age and current health and would be discussed with you prior to gaining your consent to proceed.

Post operative protection is an additional cost as options vary, from protective collars to pet shirts in different sizes. You will be advised of the cost of this according to your pet’s individual requirements.

Making payment

Full payment is required at the time of treatment.

We accept payment by:

  • credit card (with the exception of American Express)
  • debit card
  • cash.

Insurance claims

Pet insurance can provide peace of mind in the event of illness or injury and we recommend that you take out a policy suitable for you and your pet. We offer direct claims if you are insured with Pet Plan, to facilitate this you will need to produce your policy documents detailing your cover and pay to us your policy excess (the amount you need to contribute to the cost of a claim). If you are insured with another insurance company, you will be required to pay our fees in full. We can then submit a claim to your insurers, if you would like us to do so.

Please note – you as owner are responsible for all veterinary fees incurred regardless of whether your pet is insured.

When cost is a worry

If you have any concerns regarding your ability to meet the estimated cost of your pet’s treatment, please discuss this with us.

If you are experiencing financial difficulties and are unable to meet basic costs, there may be help available:



Dogs Trust

Talk to the Albany Vets team