Heath Veterinary Clinic has unveiled a remodelled website to coincide with the launch of its revamped logo and strap line: “Working with you to keep your pets healthy”.

Visit Heath Veterinary Clinic‘s new website.

The site has undergone a complete overhaul and has been designed to be easily navigable and user-friendly.

It contains details of the firm’s services, its history, team members and accreditations, as well as useful frequently asked questions covering pet care for dogs, cats, rabbits and birds.

VIP area

Visitors can find out about the West Sussex clinics’ VIP club – which offers pet owners preventive health care and a 10% discount on products and services – the practices facilities and details about pet insurance and pet passports.

Pet owners can also order repeat prescriptions using the online form and request appointments.

Heath Vets has clinics in Hurstpierpoint and Burgess Hill, which this year is marking its 10th anniversary of the Burgess Hill clinic.

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