Our team of qualified vets and nurses, trainee nurses and reception staff are dedicated to providing a high quality of care for dogs, cats, rabbits and other small animals, including exotic pets.

Our recently refurbished clinic is equipped with state of the art facilities. Consultations are by appointment and we provide our own Out of Hours service at our Teddington clinic or by home visit.

We can perform Keyhole surgery for a range of procedures including spaying and biopsies. This minimally invasive technique is less painful and has a quicker recovery time for your pet.

For a vitual tour of our practice please follow this link:

Opening times

Day Opens Closes
Monday 7:30 am 7:30 pm
Tuesday 7:30 am 7:30 pm
Wednesday 7:30 am 7:30 pm
Thursday 7:30 am 7:30 pm
Friday 7:30 am 7:30 pm
Saturday 8:30 am 5:00 pm
Sunday Closed Closed

Consultations are Monday-Friday 8:00am - 1:00pm and 4:00pm - 7:30pm Saturday 9:00am - 12:00 and 2:00 until 4:30pm Urgent and emergency cases seen at all times.

Clinic reviews

5 Stars - 08-10-2019 - lisa

I cannot thank the team enough for their kindness and support as we said goodbye to our beloved cat Julie, A truly wonderful team

Vet Response

Thank you for such a lovely review. We appreciate you taking the time to do this especially as you are grieving for your beloved Julie. We are truly humbled to have had the opportunity to meet Julie and support you all during a difficult time. Best wishes, Keira, Practice Manager.

5 Stars - 02-10-2019 - Meghan Scott

I have only had good experiences here and my dogs would agree! The friendly environment immediately puts you at ease and my dogs have received amazing care whenever we have come in. I would definitely recommend!

Vet Response

Thank you for taking the time to write such a lovely review. We are very pleased that both you and your dogs enjoy your visits to us. Best wishes, Keira, Practice Manager

5 Stars - 13-09-2019 - Annika Sirmon

As always very professional, friendly and helpful make you feel at ease. Thank you for your work with my 16 week old puppy

Vet Response

Thank you kindly for such a lovely review, Keira Practice Manager

5 Stars - 28-08-2019 - Ginah

Having been to many vets over the years with my animals - this is the best practice I have ever come across - they are efficient, friendly, very professional and very kind to us humans as well as out pets - thank you

Vet Response

Thank you for such a lovely review. We are delighted you are happy with the service we provide :) Keira, Practice Manager

5 Stars - 24-07-2019 - Daisy Whippet

I’ve realised that Vet4life have been part of our family now for 2 years with Monthly visits for our Whippet Daisy who was diagnosed with Addisons about 4 months after rescuing her. If it was not for the fast action and knowledge little Whippet would no longer be here. Jenny, Elise, Lilly have all played an integral part to Daisy and I cannot thank them all enough. It is a great vets and we are so lucky. Thank you for all your support and expertise! Daisy whippet even after all this time of injections and bloods still has a wag in her tail when she visits!

Vet Response

Thank you for your lovely review. Daisy is a firm favourite with our team and she is a joy to have in with us. She is very brave for all of her tests and we love to see her wagging tail come through the door. :)

5 Stars - 21-07-2019 - Stefanie and the Boys!

I’ve been going to the Surbiton clinic since I got me three puppies. They are amazing. Baxter, my teeny tiny Chihuahua owes his life to the quick thinking and fantastic skills of Jenny and Elise. Unfortunately Baxter was born with 2 life threatening congenital issues that didn’t present until he was 7 months. When they did, the team where amazing and referred us immediately for Baxter to have, what end up being 4 life saving operations. 3 on his brain and 1 on his spine. Baxter is a fighter and has proved time and time again that he is “Super Dog”. Being so small, and a little on the frail side does lead him to regularly end up with the team for a day to replen his fluids, they basically have a Red Phone for him, when I call they always make sure they see him as soon as possible, he likes to create a bit of drama in our lives! The whole team from reception, the nurses and all the vets are just superb, friendly and I could not be happier with the care my dogs and I receive. When I got my dogs, I didn’t realise the vets would be such a big part of my life, but Baxter makes sure we never miss a month, thankfully they make it the best experience possible and I practically feel like one of the team now!! Thank you to you all, for helping to care for my fur babies and for saving Baxter’s life!

5 Stars - 06-05-2019 - Anna & Dan

We could not be more grateful to the Surbiton team for all the care they gave our precious cat Billy. Billy was a Battersea rescue cat who had been abused by his previous owners and had issues with redirected aggression and trust. We got him when he was 5. He was very scared and anxious but also badly in need of love and cuddles, which we were only too happy to give him. From the outset at his first check up, we were impressed with the compassion shown to him by everyone, and how mindfully they treated him. About a year after we got Billy he tore his leg wide open after being chased by another cat. This was a very traumatic injury for him. Elise led his treatment and recovery and was amazing in all respects. His leg healed well but the experience had put him back into rescue cat mode. As a result, while he wanted to show the affection he loved to give, he would be scared very easily and lash out. Elise was very supportive in helping us to help him through this. Billy was happy and healthy for some months afterwards but towards the end of 2018 we were concerned that he was not enjoying his food as much as he normally did, in particular his biscuits, but also his wet food which he had started to turn away from. He was a very talkative cat, and his meow also changed. These signs were at this stage very subtle, and otherwise he was his energetic, engaged and affectionate self. Jenny and Elise were very helpful, and we tried different things which seemed to help him. By the New Year, however, although he was still eating, he was not eating enough. He still seemed his normal self, apart from how he would cry around his food, and search for alternatives such as our food, which he had never done before. We took him in for more tests, which showed that his liver was unwell. Jenny very promptly called us, and fitted him quickly in for some exploratory tests and a feeding tube. Her communication was excellent around what was going on and our best options for helping him. The idea of a feeding tube was a bit daunting at first, but Jenny and Elise were so clear with instructions on how to manage it that we felt easily reassured and confident. Billy was an excellent patient with his tube; he loved jumping up on our knees and snuggling with us for his feeds. Repeat blood tests showed that his liver seemed to be improving but he was not eating independently and the primary cause of what was making him unwell was still unclear. Jenny arranged a referral for him to a specialist at North Downs. She ensured that this was all done very efficiently. Billy stayed in North Downs for a few days for more tests, and came home with a new medicine regime. At its peak, this involved 4-5 medicines a day. These medicines confused Billy, making him feel very anxious. One moment he would be being very affectionate and cuddling up to us, then with no apparent trigger he would attack. We are very grateful for all the support given to us by Jenny, Elise, Vanessa, Lily and others throughout this time. The way in which they listened and responded to our concerns and questions for Billy was wonderful, as was the way that they dealt with Billy on his regular checks so that he was as calm as possible – it is testament to their skill that not once did he need any sedation for his bandage changes or blood tests, something that surprised us all. They were also excellent in following up with North Downs and keeping us updated. After some further weeks Billy's blood tests were much improved and he was eating independently and normally. His tube came out, and we started to wean him off his medicines. This started well but very sadly he relapsed after a couple of weeks. Again, the team showed an abundance of care and support and were very helpful and empathetic in discussing his options with us. Considering that his condition was chronic, and how he had relapsed so quickly, we decided that it was not fair on him to put him through further surgical procedures. However, he still appeared happy and engaged. We decided to put him back on some of the medicines to see if he could get back into remission. This worked for a further few weeks but then the effect of the medicines seemed to be dwindling. Blood tests confirmed that his key liver marker had deteriorated significantly and that he was in the very early stages of developing jaundice. Again we had fantastic support from Elise and Jenny. Their advice was invaluable to us in ensuring that we were as informed as possible so that when the time came to decide to put him to sleep we would know it was the kindest thing left we could do for him. In all the circumstances he had the loveliest last day and it was heartbreaking to say goodbye to him. But the compassion shown by Lily and the team working that day was immense. Everything was done on Billy's time, and it could not have been more calm, caring and peaceful for him. When a few days later we wanted to see him one last time, Elise and Jenny very kindly facilitated this, and it was so touching to see how the nurses had so lovingly curled him up and wrapped him. Cleo made us a beautiful little memento of his fur which was so thoughtful. We miss Billy so much; he was very special to us and we would have done whatever we could have to help him to get better. He was feisty but had a lot of love in him and he was a wonderful pet. He was so brave through his illness. We are so thankful to have had such an amazing team also wanting the best for him, including helping us to ensure that he did not suffer.

Vet Response

Dear Anna & Dan, Thank you for your review and such kind words. Billy was a firm favourite with the Surbiton team and it was a pleasure to treat him and assist you with his care and final moments. We hope that your fond memories of Billy give you some comfort during this time. Warm wishes, Keira, Vet4Life - Surbiton

4.8 Stars - 27-12-2018 - Christine Scott

Such an amazing experience, all staff show a true love for animals. My dogs love coming in because they are shown such care and kindness.

5 Stars - 28-11-2018 - Mrs Doherty

Yet again top marks to the entire team at Surbiton for looking after my cat Liption. They made him feel so at home after a procedure recently that I dont think he wanted to come home ! The whole team seem to love him as much as I do, and he is now on the road to recovery. Thank you all so much .xxx

4 Stars - 21-11-2018 - the 10

needs to clean the bathroom mens floor

Vet Response

Thank you very much for your review and feedback. We will ensure the cleaning protocol for the client communal areas are reviewed.
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