Our Prices

Please see example prices to the right of this page.
We are happy to provide an estimate of costs for any procedure, which does not have a fixed price.

At Churchcroft we offer excellent value in both routine and non-routine healthcare. In addition, we aim to make all treatment as easy for the owner and pet as possible, for example when operating we use internal, dissolvable sutures that prevent the need for those bulky, annoying head collars after surgery.

In some cases, we can make arrangements to claim directly from your pet insurance provider. Please speak to us in advance if you would like us to do this. It may not be possible to do this in all cases.

We offer a wellness plan to get you preventative care at a really good price

We have free puppy parties to get your puppy socialised early to help make sure they become relaxed and sociable canine citizens

As we are confident in the value of our service we have a price match guarantee.

We offer a 10% discount for boosters given by the due date to reward diligent owners.

Please note that payment is due at the time of treatment. We accept most major credit and debit cards and cash.

Dog Booster £32.98
Cat Booster From £27.00
Examination Fees From £24.40
Bitch Spay From £170.00
Dog Castration From £130.00
Cat Spay £57.00
Cat Castration £46.00

Expert pet care from George and the team

Based in Chilwell, Beeston, Nottingham, Churchcroft Veterinary Centre is an independent practice that offers a high-quality comprehensive veterinary service to the local community and beyond, ideally positioned to treat patients in Chilwell, Beeston, Attenborough, Bramcote and the surrounding areas.

Here at Churchcroft, we understand that your pet is a very special member of your family and his or her welfare is our primary concern. Our team of vets and nurses are totally committed to giving the best possible care and advice in a friendly, supportive environment.

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