At-Home Consultations

Initial consultation: 60+ minutes / £190

With at-home consultations, we have the advantage of seeing your pet in their own environment, which can provide valuable insights into their behaviour and overall well-being.

During a holistic consultation in the comfort of your own home, we will:

  • Conduct a thorough medical examination of your pet
  • Discuss any health-related, environmental, or behavioural concerns you may have
  • Develop a tailored treatment plan to help your pet achieve and maintain optimal health
  • Perform initial acupuncture and laser treatment, if deemed beneficial for your beloved pet and approved by you
  • Provide a comprehensive, personalized treatment and recommendation report, sent directly to your email.
  • If medications are needed to treat a certain condition, we can provide a written prescription for you to take to your local pharmacy or to order online.
At-Home or Online Consultations

Online Consultations

Initial consultation: 60 minutes / £150

By using video conferencing software, we can deliver high-quality advice to you and your pet, comparable to an in-person consultation.

Follow-Up Consultations

At-Home (£120) or Online (£90): 30 minutes 

During follow-up consultations, we closely monitor your pet’s progress towards optimal health and make any necessary adjustments to their treatment plan as needed.


Initial session: 60 minutes / £110
Follow up session: 30 minutes / £80

Acupuncture can be a highly effective treatment option for a variety of conditions, including pain management, skin problems and digestive issues. For more detailed information on this form of treatment, please refer to our ‘Acupuncture’ section.

Conducting acupuncture sessions at your pet’s home eliminates the stress and anxiety often associated with receiving such treatments in unfamiliar environments.

Tailored Nutrition and Supplementation

Nutrition and supplementation play a crucial role in promoting your pet’s health and well-being. We are committed to providing personalised treatment plans that incorporate these important components of pet care.

During the consultation, we will evaluate your pet’s current diet and discuss any health concerns or dietary needs they may have.

Nutrition & Supplementation

After conducting this assessment, we will suggest a diet plan that is customised to fulfil your pet’s nutritional requirements. This may involve recommending appropriate commercial pet foods or providing guidance on how to prepare homemade meals for your beloved companion.

We will also recommend supplements such as vitamins, minerals, and probiotics to support your pet’s immune system, digestive health, and overall well-being.

Personalised treatment plans

What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture for pets is a complementary therapy that involves the insertion of thin needles into specific points on your pet’s body to stimulate healing and balance. Acupuncture has been used for centuries to treat a variety of health conditions in humans, and has recently gained popularity as a safe and effective treatment option for pets.

During an acupuncture session, we will insert sterile, disposable needles into specific points on your pet’s body. These points correspond to specific organs and systems in the body, and stimulation of these points helps balance the body’s energy and promote healing.

Acupuncture for pets

How does it work?

Acupuncture works by stimulating specific points on the body to promote healing and balance. When the needles are inserted into these points, they stimulate nerve endings and trigger a response from the body’s nervous system. This response helps regulate the body’s internal systems.

Acupuncture works by releasing endorphins, which are the body’s natural painkillers, and by activating the body’s immune system. This can help reduce pain and inflammation and promote overall wellness.

Acupuncture can also help balance the body’s energy, or Qi. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, it is believed that disease and illness are caused by an imbalance of Qi in the body. By stimulating specific acupuncture points, we can help regulate the flow of Qi and promote balance and harmony in the body.

Does it hurt?

Acupuncture is typically a painless procedure. The needles are very thin, and most pets will not even feel the insertion of the needle. In fact, many pets find acupuncture to be a relaxing and enjoyable experience.

Occasionally, pets may experience some mild discomfort during the acupuncture session. This is usually temporary and will resolve on its own.

Does acupuncture hurt?

What dog or cat condition can be treated with Acupuncture?

Acupuncture can be used to treat a wide variety of conditions in dogs and cats, including:

  • Pain management: Acupuncture can help alleviate pain caused by conditions such as arthritis, hip dysplasia, and spinal cord injuries.
  • Gastrointestinal disorders: Acupuncture can be used to treat digestive issues such as diarrhoea, vomiting, and constipation.
  • Respiratory problems: Acupuncture can help alleviate symptoms of respiratory conditions such as asthma and chronic bronchitis.
  • Skin conditions: Acupuncture can help alleviate itching and inflammation associated with skin conditions such as allergies and dermatitis.
  • Behavioural issues: Acupuncture can reduce anxiety and stress in pets, leading to improved behavior and reduced risk of certain health problems.
  • Neurological disorders: Acupuncture can be used to treat conditions such as seizures, intervertebral disc disease, and paralysis.
  • Immune system disorders: Acupuncture can help boost the immune system and promote overall health and wellness.

How often would my pet need treatment?

The frequency of treatments depends on the specific condition being addressed.

For acute issues, a greater number of sessions may be needed in short intervals, whereas chronic problems typically require one session per week for a period of 4-6 weeks.

After several sessions, we will assess your pet’s progress and develop a personalised action plan based on their response and health condition.

While some animals may not need further sessions, others may benefit from occasional maintenance treatments.

Western Herbal Medicine & Essential Oils

As a Certified Animal Aromatherapy Specialist and holder of CIVT’s Certification in Veterinary Western Herbal Medicine, my practice uniquely combines herbal medicine and essential oils to enhance pet wellness.

Tailoring herbal formulations to address a range of health issues, from digestive problems to skin conditions, I leverage the natural therapeutic properties of herbs to improve treatment outcomes and reduce side effects.

Herbal Medicine

Additionally, the careful use of essential oils supports pets’ emotional and physical health, offering a holistic approach to their well-being. This integrated method not only promotes healing but also maintains a balanced and healthy lifestyle for your pets.

Herbal Medicine

End-of-Life Home Consultation

60 minutes / £190

We understand the importance of ensuring your pet’s quality of life, especially during their senior years or when facing chronic illness.

Our End-of-Life Home Consultation is designed to provide expert, compassionate veterinary guidance in the comfort of your own home. Our thorough evaluation will help you understand and rate your pet’s pain and overall quality of life, providing a clear picture of their current condition.

Following the assessment, we will:

  • Work together to identify ways to provide more comfort for your pet, maximising their happiness and well-being
  • Offer prescriptions for medications tailored to your pet’s needs
  • Discuss all holistic options that may benefit your pet
  • Provide expert advice on how to manage their symptoms effectively
Gentle Home Euthanasia

Gentle Home Euthanasia for Dogs & Cats

From £270

We recognize the extraordinary bond that you share with your cherished pets.

Our Gentle Home Euthanasia service is designed to provide a peaceful and loving farewell for your Dog or Cat in the familiar surroundings of your home.

Gentle Home Euthanasia for Dogs and Cats

Service includes:

  • Family Preparation: We’ll help prepare your whole family, including other pets, ensuring everyone is supported during this emotional time.
  • Process Explanation: We’ll carefully explain the gentle two-step euthanasia process, addressing any concerns or questions you may have.
  • Comforting Environment: Your pet can rest calmly and peacefully in your arms or their favourite spot, whether indoors or outdoors, surrounded by love and warmth.
  • Pain-Free Sedation: To ensure your pet’s comfort, we’ll always administer a pain-free sedation first, allowing them to relax before the final step.
  • Unhurried Approach: We’ll always respect your pet’s temperament and personality, taking the time needed to ensure a gentle and serene experience for both you and your pet.
  • Aftercare: To pay tribute to the unique bond shared with your cherished pet, Aftercare services can be customised according to individual preferences and requirements. We can support you in organising both Individual and Communal cremation services, including transportation arrangements. Our primary aim is to provide you with peace of mind, knowing that your pet’s final journey is being handled with the utmost care, dignity, and respect.

Dignity Pet Crematorium

We partner with Dignity for Individual Cremations, ensuring professional and compassionate aftercare services for your pet. Additional information can be obtained by visiting Dignity’s website: