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Second Opinion Vet in Worcestershire

We understand that sometimes pet owners may wish to seek a second opinion to discuss their pet's care.

Often this is to confirm what your usual vet has said, or sometimes you may seek additional advice.

At Brentknoll Veterinary Centre, we are happy to offer second opinion consultation with our senior veterinary surgeons for registered and non-registered clients.

As a second opinion client, you have every right to return to your usual veterinary practice after your appointment with us. Our vets will assess your pet's condition and make our recommendations for ongoing treatment; if necessary, we are happy to discuss the case with your usual practice.

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Brentknoll Veterinary Centre is situated on the outskirts of Worcester, within 400 metres of junction 7 of the M5, in the heart of the Midlands.

Our referral cases typically come from Birmingham, Worcestershire, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Wales, Shropshire, Somerset and Wiltshire – and anywhere in the Country!

How to get to Brentknoll Veterinary Centre

Where To Find Us

Opening Times

Monday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Tuesday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Wednesday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Thursday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Friday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday Consulting: 8.30am to 1.30pm / phonelines and medication collection 8.30am to 4.30pm
Sunday Closed
Bank Holiday 8.30am - 4.30pm

Our premises are large, modern and offer excellent facilities including:

  • Hydrotherapy treatment using an underwater treadmill
  • McTimoney Chiropractic Treatment
  • Laser Therapy
  • Easy access, FREE parking for clients.
  • Phillips IE 33 Colour Doppler ultrasound 1-12MHz probes. NHS standard.
  • 6 channel portable ECG
  • TourHolter Monitors for 24-48 hour ECG Monitoring
  • Doppler and oscillometric blood pressure monitoring
  • In house Laboratory for urgent samples including electrolytes, blood gasses and blood clotting profiles.
  • Couriered external laboratory samples for more complex assays.
  • Digital X-Ray, High KV MAS as appropriate for tiny to giant dogs.
  • 64 slice Toshiba Aquillon CT scanner
  • Video Endoscopy, bronchoscopy and rigid endoscopy
  • Large separate Cattery and Kennel with air-conditioning.

See some of the rehabilitation services we provide to care for your pet

  • icon referral physiotherapy
  • icon referral hydrotherapy
  • icon referral laser therapy
  • icon referral chiropractic

Learn more about our rehabilitation services for your pet

 

What to expect from a Referral at Brentknoll Vets:

After receiving a referral request from the vet (either by email, fax or phone) our referrals nurse will ensure we have the relevant history, referral letter and client. We will then contact you directly to arrange a suitable appointment time.

The referral consultations is a 30-minute appointment where we will fully examine your pet and discuss treatment plans with you. This will usually involve diagnostic tests i.e. ultrasound, ECG monitoring etc but varies for each case.

Your pet will be discharged, and the findings will be discussed with you, along with our recommended treatment plan. A copy of this treatment plan, along with the referral report is forwarded to you and your vet practice as soon as relevant results are available.

Download our Client Information Pack [PDF] for more information

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