Or puppy or kitten health package (£45) including two checks and final consultation, two vaccines, micro-chipping and de-worming
Or dog castration (£59) or spay (£89)
Or teeth scale and polish for cat (£45) or dog (£79)
Branch of four modern vets in Ibrox, Paisley, East Kilbride, Grangemouth, open 7 days a week
The Fine Print
Validity: Expires 19 February 2014.
Purchase: Limit 1 per person. May buy 1 additional as gifts.
Redemption: Booking required. 24-hour cancellation policy.
Further information: Valid Mon-Fri 9am-7pm; Sat 9am-5pm; Sun 10am-3pm. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Health package option valid for kittens and puppies up to 6 months old. The booster is for up-to-date vaccines only, 15 months cannot elapse or the animals primary boosters must be completed again, which are excluded from the deal. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 12 August 2013 at 12pm.
Vets at the Champion Vet work like dogs to provide a full range of treatments for furry or feathered friends. Top dogs and cool cats can visit the clinic for their annual vaccine booster (usually £41.69) or a teeth scale and polish (up to £187.63). The humans in charge can start their pet's life right with a puppy or kitten health package including two checks, two vaccines, micro-chipping, de-worming and a final consultation (£112.90). Neutering or spaying is also on offer for those concerned about the pet population.
Choose from the following options
£15 for dog or cat annual vaccine booster (64% off)
£45 for puppy or kitten package (60% off)
£45 for teeth scale and polish for cat (57% off)
£59 for dog castration (65% off)
£79 teeth scale and polish for dog (58% off)
£89 for bitch spay (61% off)
Champion Vet Glasgow specialise in providing quality pet care with an emphasis on value for money. Their four clinics feature modern and sophisticated equipment and stock cheap pet medicines and foods. Preventative treatments such as vaccinations, worming, neutering and flea treatments are performed by their caring and experienced vets and veterinary nurses and they offer a 24-hour emergency service for pets that are acting like a fish out of water.