Weight Watcher’s Clinics at Ashfield House – what the clinic involves:

– An initial one on one consultation with a specialist veterinary nurse. This is 40 minutes long
– Assessment of your pet’s weight, waistline, exercise and diet regime.
– A target weight can then be calculated and changes to your pet’s diet and exercise explained.
– You will be given a personalised record book where all information given will be noted.
– A photograph of your pet will be taken so that we can monitor their progress.
You and your pet will be asked to attend monthly clinics so that we can reassess their weight and waistline. Any changes to their exercise and diet programme can then be made. This will last approximately 10 minutes.
– When your pet reaches their target weight, they will have another photo taken and a certificate of achievement presented to them. You will also be entitled to a discount off your pet’s next bag of food.

Fat pug on scales

What you get when you and your pet join the weight clinic

  • A weight watcher’s record book
  • A £3 voucher off your first bag of R/D prescription diet food
  • A toy to encourage weight loss
  • Belt clip for poo bags
  • A measuring cup so you can feed your pet accurately
  • Leaflets on exercise methods

Clinic times

Tuesday 1.30 – 3pm
Friday 11 -1pm
Wednesday 4 – 6 (Spondon only)


1st Appointment – £8.50
2nd Appointment – £5.00

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