Dedicated Care for Your Pet

If your regular veterinary surgeon feels that your pet needs specialised expertise they are likely to refer you to a veterinary specialist; when someone carries this title, it means they have gained the highest level of recognition of expertise possible in clinical veterinary work.


We are currently unable to accept emergencies.
We do apologise and will notify you as soon as we are accepting emergencies again.


A veterinary specialist is similar to a consultant, and recognised by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS). They are leaders in their field. They are the safest hands for your pets when specialist care, attention, and treatment is needed.

Focused and dedicated care

At Southfields, our team of veterinary specialists work across a number of disciplines all under one roof. Our wards are staffed round the clock, every day of the year, by qualified veterinary surgeons and nurses. Our promise to pet owners is to ensure that your pet is cared for and comfortable at all times, and that you are kept informed at every stage. We can reassure you that there is no better place for your pet to receive the focused and dedicated care they need.

We are an ISFM Gold Standard Feline Friendly Clinic

Our dedicated, cat treatment facility ensures that all feline patients receive care in an environment that is as stress-free as possible and includes a cat-only reception area, consulting rooms, wards, treatment rooms and an exercise area for in-patients. Find out more.

Our ‘What to expect’ page explains the referral process and what you can expect in a consultation with our any of our team members.

"When our little terrier, Lady was diagnosed with cancer in her jaw we were both devastated and scared. When we were referred we quickly realised we were in good hands. Their care and support for both us and Lady was wonderful. She received a course of Radiotherapy which helped to make her much more comfortable and she was able to enjoy life again."

Lady Scott