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
A Fantastic Success Story 😀 The success story told from Melody's mum ... Melody is a two year old Welsh Springer Spaniel who was admitted to Seers Croft after managing to find and consume nearly a whole bottle of Metacam. She was very unwell an...
The first picture was Harvey weighing around 50kg before he was diagnosed with diabetes. The second picture is Harvey now. The diabetes is under control and he now weighs 35.7kg A fantastic achievement from Harvey and his owners!
We received a lovely email today to say Percy the Peacock is feeling much better 😀
Is your rabbit's vaccination due between now and June?There is a shortage of your rabbit's vaccine and the manufacturer is struggling to supply the number of vaccines required.If your rabbit is due a vaccine before June please make an appointm...
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With Easter and other bank holidays approaching, remember our emergency service is here 24/7, to care and look after your pets and those of our foster practices. These include; * Vets 4 Pets Crawley * Harvest Vets * Medivet Horley * Crossways * Ma...
Two turtles have been handed into us today as strays. They were found in Tinsley Lane Three Bridges. The RSPCA can't help, but any information to help reunite them with their owners would be great. Lets gets them home!
AVIAN FLU UPDATE: AVIAN FLU UPDATE - BEFORE 28TH FEBRUARY Avian flu can affect all types of backyard poultry, including chickens, ducks and geese. The strain currently being found in wild and captive birds in the UK is a severe strain and because ...