We are qualified in veterinary medicine. If you have any concerns or problems with your pet or you need to ask us any questions then contact us or make an appointment with us.
We also offer nurses consults during the consultation times where you can get advice on all preventative healthcare as well as nutrition and behavioural issues.
9.00am - 10.00am
9.00 am - 12.00 noon
Kita very brave and still
Welcome at Thompsons
We are pleased that you have found our website.
We hope that you enjoy looking through the pages.
You might not have been to us before or visited our website, so we hope to give you some idea of who we are and where we are located.
You might already be one of our clients, so you can enjoy looking at the photos of us and see what goes on ‘ behind the scenes’.
And of course, you can have a look, get some information, news and fun.
Enjoy the website and we are looking forward to seeing you.
Your team at Thompsons
Our lovely vet Michelle has given birth to her daughter Georgina.
On Sunday the 3rd of Feb, nearly on time, she decided to make her appearance.
We wish her all the best and hope to see her soon
Lots of love from Thompsons
Michelle and Emma
Michelle is busy with her little baby girl, so we have found a lovely vet to take her place.
We like to introduce you to Emma. She has been working in London, but is kind of going back to her home. She first started her working career in Nottingham. We are sure she can fill Michelle‘s shoes.
It is with sadness that we have had to say goodbye to Rodney.
After a short period of sickness, an inoperable tumour was discovered in his throat and the hardest but kindest decision was made to put him to sleep.
Approximately 5 years ago Rodney came to us as a bedraggled stray after the old Lady that fed him was taken into care leaving him homeless.
We all loved his comical personality and mischevious ways, which included peering through the prep room window and stealing food.
He was such a lovable character and he will be very sadly missed by all
Love you Rodders xxx
Senior cat clinics
How old is your cat?
Over 8 years? In their teens?
Cats do not seem to get older, they don‘t go grey, they don‘t complain. Unfortunately they are very good at hiding any old age signs. Of course, old age is not a disease, but your body does change. We see lots of osteoarthritis, chronic kidney disease, Hyperthyroidism and cognitive dysfunction. Hopefully your cat does not have any of those diseases. To make sure of that and to recognise signs early we offer a senior cat clinic.
Our nurses can talk to you about lots of things we can do to help your ageing cat. They can take your cat‘s blood pressure. Yes, cats can get high blood pressure too.
And we offer a free annual urine test for cats over 8 years old.
Have a look at our information on this website.
Go to -Services then -Catfriendly practice
Or even better ring us or ask your vet or nurse when you come to our practice.