At Miramar Veterinary Centre, we are proud of the level of care and service our friendly team offers. We understand that when your pet is ill this can be upsetting and sometimes frightening. We choose to provide our own emergency cover, round the clock, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This enables us to be there for you when your pet needs us out of hours. Emergency out of hours phone number: 07721 427782. Our vets and qualified nurses work alongside each other to provide you and your pets with a personal and professional service. We understand owners’ dedication to their pets, even in the economic climate of today, which is why we try to keep our prices competitive. We also realise clients have a choice when registering with a veterinary practice and we believe our long standing team of professional staff provide a familiar and stable environment for owners to develop a trusting relationship. We would like to thank our existing Miramar clients for their continued support over the years and welcome new clients to our friendly, professional practice.
Click here to take a short survey to let us know your thoughts on what we do well and what you’d like us to improve or add in to our service to you. We’d really appreciate your feedback – we want to know we are working at our best to keep your pets healthy! Please note that this survey is being carried out by an external company on our behalf and you will be taken to an external website.
From January we will be using LEPTO 4 – a new vaccine which will give our dogs far broader cover against Leptospirosis. These changes will mean a big improvement for our canine companions – both for today and for the future. For more information about the changes click here. To find out more about the disease click here.
Our Cromer Surgery and the adjoining pet shop, MiramarPets, is now open until 2pm on Saturdays for you to collect medications or buy food and accessories.
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What do you know about Ticks? Should we be worried? Why are they such an issue? What diseases do they transmit? Click here to read more.
A note from the vet on rabbit training! Click here to find out more.
A note from the vet on this tiny parasite. Click here to read more.
A note from the vet on Fly Strike and how to prevent it. Click here for more information.
A note from the vet on the two diseases Myxomatosis and Rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus. Click here for more information.
Thinking about getting a pet? Click here to find out which pet might be right for you.
Over the next month the vet will be taking a look at various aspects related to the subject of Valentines. Check back for weekly updates! For Part 1: Puberty, click here. For Part 2: The Human-Animal Bond, click here. For Part 3: To spay or not to spay…, click here. For Part 4: Spaying ‘Breeze’, click here.
Click here to read about the emerging, sometimes fatal, disease featured in the news in recent days.
Click here to read more on this new disease affecting dogs walked in woodland areas
The vet takes a quick look at a recent news story. Click here to find out more.
The new easy way to spread the cost of your pet's healthcare.
Use our online form to easily request a repeat prescription.
Register a new pet with Miramar Veterinary Centre.