Services

Pilgrims’ services.

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Vettings

Purchasing a new horse or pony can be a daunting decision. We are available to help you make the decision…

Rounds Visits

Fundamental preventative health care should be made affordable and our vets focus this work in different areas on different days…

Surgery (Equine)

Many procedures such as castrations, lump removals, and wound closures can be performed on your premises, anywhere in the Dorset…

Vaccinations

There are currently no vaccinations licensed for alpacas and llamas, however they are susceptible to many of the same disease…

In-House Lab

Our fully equipped in-house laboratory is capable of performing various routine blood tests, haematology, faecal worm egg counts, and investigation…

Pregnancy Diagnosis

Knowing which cows and heifers are pregnant and having an idea on calving dates can make management of a suckler…

TB Testing

Routine TB tests in Hampshire and Dorset are performed annually, however there are some additional regulations that relate to animals…

Disease Testing / Screening

Many diseases (such as BVD, Johne’s, Leptospirosis, IBR and Neospora) can significantly reduce productivity through their impact on fertility and…

Vaccinations (Cattle)

There are various diseases that can severely affect productivity but which are preventable via vaccination. For example, pneumonia can severely…

Nurse Clinics (Cats)

Our experienced qualified veterinary nurses are always on hand to give you free advice and help with any issue, or…

Surgery (Cats & Dogs)

We use modern anaesthetic techniques tailored to the health status of your pet to minimise negative circulatory effects and maximise…

The Chicken Vet

The majority of the poultry work undertaken at Pilgrims is focussed around the health and management of backyard hens. Two…

Health Planning

No matter how large or small your herd, we are able to tailor a health plan according to the specific…

Herd Visits

Our aim is to work with local farmers, from large scale beef and dairy units to small ‘hobby’ herds, in…

Neutering (Cats)

At Pilgrims we recommend that your male or female kitten is neutered or de-sexed at 4 months of age and…

Cat Friendly Clinic

We understand that our feline friends have very different needs to dogs. Car journeys are not a regular part of…

Parasite Control

Roundworms (Toxocara) These are picked up by puppies through the placenta during pregnancy and through the milk when nursing. This…

Nurse Clinics

Our experienced qualified veterinary nurses are always on hand to give you free advice and help with any issue, or…

Neutering (Dogs)

As vets, we seem to be preoccupied with getting your animals neutered but this is with good reason!  We see…

Pet Passports

Pet travel remains unaffected by Britain leaving the EU at the moment. The procedure to issue your pet with a…

Home Visits

Because, sometimes, it’s just better for your pet not to go through the stress of a trip to the vet: If…

Canine Vaccinations

Vaccinations give your dog immunity against these fatal diseases: Parvovirus – this virus attacks the bone marrow and gut lining,…

End of Life Care

Seeing the decline of your long standing companion is always difficult. Sometimes, despite ageing, the decline is only temporary, while…

Dentistry

Dental health, when poor, can affect the immune system and increase the risk of heart disease as well as being…

Surgery

Pilgrims Veterinary Practice use modern anaesthetic techniques tailored to the health status of your dog to minimise negative circulatory effects and…

Emergency Care

At Pilgrims Veterinary Practice, we are on call for you and your best friend day and night.  Rest assured that when…

Feline Vaccinations

Kittens have antibodies from their mother’s milk in their system for the first 10-12 weeks of age, giving them vital…