Deepdale Veterinary Centre 01767 262868


We offer a wide range of services


We offer a wide range of services

Our practice provides a range of pet care services. If you have any questions about your pet's need for treatment or a specific aspect of our service, please call the veterinary practice or email us.

  • Dog Vaccinations
  • Cat Vaccinations
  • Rabbit Vaccinations
  • Ferret Vaccinations
  • Small Mammals

Dog Vaccinations

We continue to recommend the annual use of Lepto 2 vaccine for protection against the strains of leptospirosis most likely to be encountered by dogs in the UK. This is based on the long safety and efficacy record for Lepto 2 vaccine.

Vaccination against the viral diseases of dogs (distemper, hepatitis and parvo) is generally on a tri-annual basis after initial primary vaccination and booster.

Cat Vaccinations

Cats are routinely vaccinated against herpesvirus, calicivirus, panleukopaenia virus and feline leukaemia virus with tailored protocols. We generally do not suggest continuing FeLV vaccination beyond 9 years of age based on a risk:benefit analysis.

Rabbit Vaccinations

We offer annual rabbit vaccination against myxomatosis, viral haemorrhagic disease type-1 and Type-2 (new variant).

Ferret Vaccinations

There is no licensed vaccination for ferrets or polecats, however we can vaccinate your ferret against canine distemper virus (CDV) with an appropriate dose of dog vaccine, should you want the added reassurance of CDV protection.

Small Mammals

We supply a variety of high-quality food and bedding for rabbits, cavys and rodents.

Everything we sell at Deepdale is accompanied by free general health care advice on feeding, behaviour and much more, to ensure your new pet gets the best start in life.

Even if you already have a pet, come down and talk to us if you have any questions

We are a prong-free practice.

To find out more about why we don't use prong/pinch collars, please follow the links below to visit the RSPCA and SFSPCA websites.

>> The San Francisco SPCA's Guide for Going Prong-Free

>> Pinch collars and why they can compromise dog welfare