Fernside Vets Your Local Veterinary Centre 

We are a small animal veterinary clinic located in the heart of Borehamwood. We aim to build lasting relationships with our clients by providing you and your pet with exceptional care in a friendly environment. 

Out of Hours 

In the event of an out of hours emergency, please contact the Queen Mother Hospital at the Royal Veterinary College on 01707 666 399. 
 
Fernside have out of hours cover 365 days a year provided by the Royal Veterinary College in Potters Bar. They are an internationally renowned veterinary hospital recognised as providing 1st class gold standard levels of care. As well as being awarded the top Veterinary university in the world in 2019; they also are home to some of the top specialists in the industry. 
Opening Hours 
Fernside veterinary centre is open between 8.30am and 7.00pm weekdays and 9.00am and 12.00pm on Saturdays. 
 
During these hours the Fernside team are available to treat any medical or surgical cases, as well as any emergency cases that may arise. Please contact us to book a appointment. 
 
For any out of hours emergency cases please contact the Royal Veterinary College on 01707 666 399
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205 Shenley Road, Borehamwood, Herts, WD6 1AT 

Our Notices 

Have you heard about our preventative health care plans? 
For a small fee paid monthly by direct debit your dog or cat gets the whole year flea and worm prevention, their yearly vaccination, a 6 monthly health check and 10% off all other treatment/procedures and more! Ask one of our reception team for more details on how to sign up today! 
 
Lungworm Scare 
We have had lots of calls about lungworm this week after alarm has been triggered in our area. Please do not panic, we can prevent this by monthly treatments, we dispense either tablets or one particular spot on. We still only see sporadic cases and have seen no deaths but, the condition is on the rise and it can kill. If your dog eats slugs and snails it is especially at risk. The full name for this lungworm is Angiostrongylus vasorum. If you are concerned your dog is at risk of lungworm please book a nurse appointment and our staff would be happy to discuss treatment option with you. 
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