Acupuncture, Microchipping and more

  • Fleas, Worming and Vaccination
  • Neutering and Diet
  • Microchipping
  • Nurse Consultations

Fleas, Worming and Vaccination

Take Proactive care with regular worming

  • Puppies and kittens need to be wormed monthly until they are 6 months old.
  • Cats and dogs over 6 months old should be wormed every 1-6 months depending on the lifestyle of the pet.
  • Rabbits we advise worming routinely every 6 months.
  • We also would advise worming rabbits, whenever a new rabbit is introduced to the household.
  • Wide range of products available in spot on, tablet and paste form.


Save your pet the irritation with regular flea treatments

  • Fleas can be a nuisance to your pets (and to you)! Fleas can be a source of tape worm, allergies and can impact upon the health of your pet.
  • Wide range of reliable veterinary products available to treat your pets.
  • Household sprays available to treat the home environment for all round protection.


Don't take the risk - keep your pet up to date with vaccinations

  • Vaccination is essential to protect your pets against a variety of diseases, many of which can be life threatening.
  • We have a range of vaccinations suitable for your pet's lifestyle.
  • It is a requirement of most kennels and catteries for the boarding animal to be up to date with their vaccinations.
  • It is a requirement of insured pets that vaccinations are kept up to date.
  • Full health check performed at every vaccination.

Neutering and Diet

Why neuter your Pet?

  • There are many advantages to neutering your pet including prevention of unwanted pregnancy, prevention of certain medical conditions and to help with some behavioural issues.
  • For more information contact a member of our team.

Advice on nutrition and diet 

  • General dietary advice given.
  • Advice to achieve ideal body weight whether your pet is over or underweight.
  • Range of life stage diets available.
  • Large range of prescription diets available for helping to manage certain medical conditions.
  • For more information contact a member of our team.


Make sure your pets can always come home

  • Ensure your pet can be re-united with you in the event it is lost or stolen.
  • Collars and tags can slip off or be removed by thieves, but a microchip is a permanent way to identify your pet.
  • Since April 6th 2016 it has been a legal requirement to microchip all dogs.

Nurse Consultations

Our nurses undertake a variety of clinics including:

  • Flea and worm prevention and advice
  • Nail clips
  • Anal glands
  • Post operation checks
  • Geriatric checks
  • Weight checks
  • Socialisation visits
  • Dental checks
  • Stitch removal

If your pet is enrolled in the Isle Pet Club then many of the above are offered free of charge. If not, some clinics may incur a small charge for our nurses' time and skills.  

Look out for our new nurse clinics being launched during the course of 2020.



We offer acupuncture as a complementary therapy here at the Isle Veterinary Centre. Find out more.