In Clinic Consults
Veterinary Nutrition Clinics at Badgers Oak Veterinary Clinic, Northiam, East Sussex
From October 2022, bookings for in-person clinics are now open.
An in-person consultation allows me to examine your pet directly and offer a broader selection of nutrition services.
Bookings for these clinics is online and can be made here
You can read more about Companion Nutrition in-clinic consultations below.
Diagnostic consultations to assist in diagnosis of nutritional disease
Dietary Audit of existing diet
Blood Vitamin/Mineral profiles where appropriate
Urinalysis including sediment
Targeted genetic testing (e.g. Copper storage, Cysteinuria, Hyperuricosuria)
Dietary Formulation for Healthy or Clinically unwell pets (home-cooked or raw)
Adult Dogs on Home-cooked or Raw Diets (FEDIAF Guidelines)
Growing dogs on Home-cooked or Raw Diets (FEDIAF Guidelines)
Cats and Kittens on Home-cooked or Raw Diets (FEDIAF Guidelines)
Follow Up/Monitoring Consultations
Monitoring of ongoing nutritionally managed conditions
Blood profiles for Renal monitoring to guide dietary adjustment of protein/phosphorus
Re-examination of urine samples to assess efficacy of urinary diets
Specialist Weight Clinic
A detailed but flexible approach for difficult weight loss cases where previous attempts have failed
For pets on complete foods, or using home-made foods
Accurate calorie calculations with careful attention to ensuring nutritional adequacy in the face of low calorie requirements.
Especially useful for pets where treats/snacks are an important part of daily intake (e.g. dogs with concurrent behavioural issues where high value treats are still required)
All clinics are available for Canine and Feline Patients
You can find prices for consults and formulation on our booking page here
External services including blood sampling, profiles, urinalysis, genetic testing incur additional costs. You can see prices for these additional services here: Price List
Important information - Veterinary History
This is a referral service. Owners may book their own appointment but veterinary history MUST be received before the date of the consultation. We recommend that you request your vet forwards this history to email@example.com as GDPR means that we are no longer able to acquire your pet's history without your primary vet requesting verbal permission. If no veterinary history is received by the consult date, your nutrition consult may need to be postponed