Welcome to Seers Croft Veterinary Surgery. We are an independent mixed country practice, treating cats, dogs, small pets, farm animals, horses and exotic species including avian, reptiles and zoo animals. We see second opinion and referral cases for exotics, cardiology, internal and emergency medicine.
Your Pet is Never Alone
Seers Croft never closes and has a vet on site at all times, 24 hours a day 365 days a year. Your animal is never left alone. A welcome relief in any emergency. We run a night clinic emergency service from our premises; covering for many practices within the area. If you have an emergency we are open all the time you do not have to call a vet back to the surgery, who has worked all day and is tired. It is run by our own staff who work for us in the night clinic from 7pm through to 8am, offering your pet the best possible care. We work from a purpose built veterinary surgery in Faygate, equi-distant between Crawley and Horsham, West Sussex, with ample off road parking.
Call us on: 01293 851122.
Seers Croft is a family run veterinary surgery and as a dedicated team we have invested a lot into, producing facilities that offer the latest technology with the best possible care for all our patients.
Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons – Practice Standards Scheme
Only half the practices in the UK are accredited under the Practice Standards Scheme. Through setting standards and carrying out regular inspections, the Scheme aims to promote and maintain the highest standards of veterinary care.
Seers Croft Veterinary Surgery is proud to be a member of the RCVS Scheme.
Consultations are arranged by
appointment at the following times:
Weekdays between, 9:00am and 7:00pm
Saturday between, 9:00am and 1:00pm
Reception Opening Hours
Weekdays between, 8:30am and 7:00pm
Saturday between, 8:30am and 4:00pm
Tel: 01293 851122
Fax: 01293 852152
There is a new strain of VHD (Viral Haemorragic disease) which rabbits now need to be vaccinated against. We now have the new vaccine in stock. This needs to be given 2 weeks before or after the combined myxomatosis and VHD vaccine. Please conta...
Fab News for Gus! Gus came in two weeks ago as a very sick boy, he had very complicated surgery to have his gall bladder removed. Two weeks on and he has recovered 100% from major surgery and is now back to his normal, cheeky self. The whole team...
More photos from the Search and rescue reclassifaction training days.
One of our vets, Leanne, recently travelled to Germany with the U.K. International Search and Rescue team to take part in a reclassification exercise. She joined a team of 70 fireman and medical professionals with her role being the vet for the se...
Fantastic work from our equine vets! Sox is now back in work after this nasty cut. (excuse the mud in the last picture he's now allowed back in the field) one very happy horse and owner!
This lovely cat has now been reunited with his owner after he had been missing for two months. A very happy owner now has him back. Thank you to the kind people who found him and thanks to his microchip we were able to confirm his owner.
We have lots of exciting news at Seers Croft ... We now have a CT scanner ! Everyone has worked extremely hard to get our extension prepared for the CT scanner and this will be up and running at the end of the week! We are currently in the process...
5 DAYS TO GO! Microchips are still £15 with us until 6th April 2016!