Vet Home Visits.

Professional and compassionate veterinary care in the comfort of your own home.

Scroll down to read all you need to know about our home visits and how they work!

vet home visits

Where are we available for vet home visits?

We offer an affordable home visit service in Bexhill, Hastings and St Leonards on Sea.


We understand that it can be difficult to travel to a veterinary practice for some people. Sometimes our pets are just too unwell to travel, and putting them in the car to drive them to your local vet may just make them worse. You may have an elderly dog with arthritis who’s just too stiff and uncomfortable to travel in the car. Or perhaps you have a timid, anxious cat, who hates being transported in a pet carrier. That’s why we can come to you.

Will I still need to come to the practice ?

It goes without saying that there are some veterinary services that can only be provided at the practice. During your pets examination we may feel that your pet needs more involved procedures that require more complex investigations such as surgeries, X-Rays and Ultrasounds. All of these can be performed at the practice.

Some Key Information about home visits

We try our best to help everybody, though we do ask that where possible, you give us as much notice as possible when booking a home visit. Sometimes we may not be on time as when running a busy practice, we have emergency situations that we need to prioritise. If this is the case we will always give you a call to let you know, though please be mindful of this when booking your appointment.


When you call to book your appointment, it would be helpful if we had as much information as possible to help treat your pet. We do not carry medication with us unless it is requested. If you are a newly registered client then we would ask you for your pet’s previous medical history. This all ensures that we can provide the best care possible for your pet.


We do also kindly have a request for the home visits for our feline friends. Please put your cat in a cat carrier or in an enclosed space with no hiding places- bathroom’s are usually a good idea!


For information about our home euthanasia service please visit our End Of Life page.