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Consultation Fees

  • 1st £30.97
  • 2nd £26.24
  • 1st £36.54
  • 2nd £30.88

Vaccinations for dogs

  • Primary course £64
  • Yearly booster £40
  • Kennel cough – £37
  • Yearly booster and Kennel cough together- £55

Vaccinations for cats

  • Primary course for cat flu – £50
  • Yearly booster – £30
  • Primary course for cat flu and leukaemia – £75
  • Yearly booster – £44

Flea and tick treatment for dogs 3-pack

  • Tiny – £26.01
  • Small – £28.28
  • Medium – £33.73
  • Large – £36.69
  • Tiny £25.42
  • Small £26.46
  • Medium £29.25
  • Large £34.70
  • Small – £31.86
  • Medium – £34.80
  • Large – £37.97
  • X-Large £44.46

Flea and tick treatment for dogs 6-pack

  • Small – £49.98
  • Medium – £53.95
  • Large – £59.18
  • Tiny £43.15
  • Small £47.63
  • Medium £52.63
  • Large £62.44
  • Small – £51.84
  • Medium – £55.88
  • Large – £61.50
  • X-Large £72.04

Flea and tick treatment for cats

  • 3-pack £25.17
  • 6-pack £39.94
  • 3-pack £24.78
  • 6-pack £41.30

Worming treatment

Milbemax for cats
  • £6.65 each or pack of 4 tablets £23.10
Milbemax for small dogs
  • £2.50 each or pack of 4 tablets £9.11
Milbemax for large dogs
  • £7.18 each or pack of 4 tablets £24.93
Delivery service

Our delivery service provides an easy and economic way for getting orders for pet food and medications to you.

The service is available every weekday and is available free to clients who live within a 2 mile radius of the surgery, with a small charge of £2 to orders delivered outside of this.

Call to arrange a delivery at a time that suits you, please contact reception on 020 8940 1090 or e-mail

24 hour emergency service - call 020 8940 1090

Here at Richmond Vets we offer a 24 hour emergency service.

On weeknights, Monday to Friday, the 24 hour emergency service is based here at Kew Road with care provided by our team of vets and nurses.

In addition to this from 4pm on Saturdays and on Sundays and Bank Holidays, the 24 hour emergency service is provided by Medivet at 171 Lower Richmond Road, Mortlake, SW14 7HX.

To contact us in the event of an accident or emergency, just call one of two emergency numbers: 020 8940 1090 / 0986 and you will be directed to duty the vet on-call.

Preventive Health Care

We can advise on all aspects of preventive health care, and offer vaccination against common diseases in cats, dogs and rabbits. We also stock a comprehensive range of effective worm, flea and tick treatments.

Neutering (spay and castration) of pet species can also be an important part of preventive health care, and here at the surgery we offer a full advice service on these procedures.


If your cat or dog goes walkabout, wouldn’t you feel more at ease knowing that when found, it will be identified and traced back to you?

At the surgery we use biotherm chips, which in addition to allowing permanent identification of your pet, also enables us to check your pets temperature without the use of the much feared thermometer!

A microchip is also the first requirement needed if you are thinking of taking your pet abroad. Please see our pet passport section, or call us at the surgery if you require more information about travelling with your pet.

Pet care advice

All of our qualified staff have the experience and knowledge to advise on the full range of pet care issues, from training and care of young pets to diet, nutrition, behaviour and senior pet health.

One of our nurses have qualifications in pet behaviour and regularly give advice on puppy training and a variety of behaviour issues, from anxiety, introducing new pets to the household, urinating in the house and many more. She will discuss any concerns you have either at the surgery or by visiting you and your pet at home.

Advice and information can also be sought in person at the surgery during an appointment with one of our vets, during our nurse clinics and also by e-mail. Further information can be found on the health advice page of our website.

Puppy classes

Training and socialising are essential to get started when puppies are young, as they are learning all the time. Here at Richmond Vets we offer classes which can help with both of these whilst making it fun for them, and you, at the same time.

They are organised and run by Pippa Hutchinson who teaches you how to use a clicker aid as an effective training method, offers general advice on allowing your puppy off the lead for the first time, tips on making sure they come to you when called and answer any queries or concerns you may have about your new puppy. These classes importantly allow your puppy to socialise with other puppies in a fun and safe environment, and as they are held here at the surgery it means they become familiar with visiting the Vets, associating it with good experiences, which then helps with future visits for treatment. It brings fun to learning and they will be awarded a well deserved certificate at the end of the course!

This is a 4 week course which is held every Tuesday evening between 7.30 and 8.30pm. For more information, or to join in on the fun and book a place on the course, please contact Pippa on 07733086007

The cat clinic - The purrrfect time to bring your cat

Our surgery offers a cat clinic each week, so if you have a cat that is nervous of dogs, it is the perfect opportunity to make an appointment safe in the knowledge that upon your visit you will be welcomed into a feline friendly zone. Our vets will be on hand to provide advice and treatment on all aspects of your cats health.

Please call us for more information and to make an appointment.

Nurse clinics

Our team of fully qualified nurses are on hand to offer advice on a range of health care topics.

Appointments can be made with the nurses during their clinic hours if you wish to discuss and address any issues or problems you may have with your pet. Currently these clinics are specifically designed to deal with obesity in pets, puppy/kitten health and training, senior pet health and micro-chipping.

Please call us for more information and to make an appointment.


Here at the surgery we stock an extensive range of prescription drugs, pet foods and also non-prescription items. Prescription drugs can only be supplied when authorised by a vet, therefore we respectfully ask that, when ordering a repeat prescription, 24 hours notice is given.

Repeat prescriptions can be ordered by telephone, in person at the surgery, or by completing our online prescription form. Prescription drugs can only be supplied to animals deemed ‘under our care’. In practice, this means that we must have examined your pet in the last 6 months to be able to prescribe such drugs.

Written prescriptions are also available from the surgery. Please ask at reception for details.

Pet passports

Here at Richmond Vets our vets are authorised to deal with all aspects of overseas pet travel. We can issue pet passports and private health certificates, and also certify government export health certificates.

More and more people are opting to travel with their pets rather than leaving them at home in kennels and catteries. The pet passport scheme has made this travel much easier. Various requirements need to be met for this scheme, and there are also potential disease implications of international travel. Please click on the travel information tab on this page for comprehensive information on traveling with your pet.

Please speak to us directly if you have any further queries.

Home visits

Our surgery premises are well equipped and staffed to deal with medical and surgical emergencies. For this reason, we feel that it is always better for us to treat our patients at the surgery, ensuring they receive the best care possible. However, there may be other circumstances where you would prefer us to visit you and your pet in your home. We aim to provide a home visit service whenever we can during normal surgery hours, if we feel the welfare of any of our patients would not be compromised by doing so. Please contact the surgery if you would like to discuss this service.

For clients who have transport difficulties, there are a number of local taxi and animal ambulance services available, and contact details for some of these can be found on our links page. We may also be able to assist with transport problems, with the use of our own surgery van.

Pet Health Plans

Preventive treatment for your pets such as yearly vaccinations, regular flea and worm treatments can be costly, especially if paying for them all at once. Pet health plans are designed to help budget for the cost of preventive treatments for your pets, by paying a monthly set fee by direct debit.

Based on your pets weight and age, we can work out a suitable plan which provides an overall discount as well as reducing the cost of certain procedures, and items bought at the practice.

For more information or to join a plan, please contact the surgery on 020 8940 1090 or call the Pet Health Plans team for free on 0800 169 9958.

Veterinary ambulance

Our surgery van enables us to provide an ambulance service for collecting unwell or injured animals. If you struggle to get your pet to the Vets, please get in touch with us and we can assist in getting your pet to and from the surgery.

We also use the van to make food and medication deliveries within the area. Click on the “delivery service” tab for more details.


We place medical orders everyday during the week, so if you are running low on your pets medication or food, please give the surgery a call and we can generally provide you with them by the following day.

Avian and Exotics Service at Richmond Vets

We are now pleased to provide a service for your more unusual and exotic pets from small birds and parrots to reptiles and small mammals.

Our vet Sean has kept various exotic species over the years himself so has a great knowledge of captive husbandry, tailoring his veterinary qualifications and further training to provide an extremely high standard of care and expertise for exotic patients.

Since his arrival we have invested in equipment and facilities to provide an excellent Avian and Exotics service. We have dedicated facilities to hospitalise birds, reptiles and small mammals in appropriate, stress free conditions away from dogs and cats.

These facilities include thermostatically controlled vivaria for reptiles with provision of appropriate UV lighting and heating. We only use Sevofluorane gaseous anaesthesia which is far safer for small exotic patients than Isofluorane used in many other surgeries.

We have specialist dental burrs and equipment for rodents and rabbits as well as bird beak trims, and modern specialist anaesthetic equipment for safeguarding and monitoring the anaesthetised exotic patient. We use digital xray which provides high quality images and minimises the time spent under sedation or anaesthesia which is particularly useful in birds and critical patients.

We have nebulisation facilities which are especially important for management of avian and reptile respiratory cases. Our in-house laboratory can be used for many tests including blood smears, faecal parasite screens and microscopy which allows prompt results.

We also supply and order specialist foods, supplements and equipment at competitive rates for all your exotic pet needs.

We also accept referrals from other vets, so if you have a problem with your exotic pet that your own vet is not comfortable treating we would be glad to help.