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Vet Professionals

At Northwest Veterinary Specialists, we’re proud to support the great work that Vet Professionals up and down the country are doing day in day out.

We’re here to help you when required and would like to share with you the different classifications and ways you can refer a case to us. We do ask that you have as much information to hand as possible and would like to advise that a brief case history is required on the call to assess the clinical needs of your patient.

There are three ways to make a referral

Emergency Referrals

An initial assessment of the case will be made before asking you to send the case history via email; the email address to use is enquiries@nwspecialists.com. We aim to confirm an appointment booking within 10 minutes of your initial request.

Routine Referrals

As soon as we receive the referral information we will then contact the pet owner and arrange an appointment at their earliest convenience, so you do not need to act as an intermediary.

Need Case Advice?

Once we have the above back we will contact you at your preferred time to discuss the case.
Please note: The above referrals must be made by the referring Veterinary Surgeon only. Submit a referral online We accept referrals in the following disciplines:
  • Nursing
  • Veterinary Physiotherapy
  • Oncology
  • Neurology & Neurosurgery
  • Diagnostic Imaging
  • Anaesthesia, Analgesia & Critical Care
  • Internal medicine
  • Soft Tissue Surgery
  • Orthopaedic Surgery

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What our clients say

Thank you so much for helping and I’m so grateful to all of you for taking such good care of Darwin and sorting out the insurance paperwork – it takes a huge burden off me as I’ve been so worried about her whilst she’s been poorly.  I think you’re all doing an amazing job – thank you.

Thank you for your ongoing support with my dog Gatsby, the reception staff and Krizia have been outstanding. Gatsby is recovering well, thanks to your excellent care.

The cancer specialist vets are fantastic. They show compassion and empathy.

Firstly, Nick McDonald for seeing Bonnie So quickly and giving her the best care possible. Secondly, Emma Nixon, who was just simply amazing and went out of her way to ensure that Bonnie got the absolute best care she could. She treated her like she was her own dog and for looking after me throughout this past week. And Charlotte Booth, she constantly ensured Bonnie was comfy and happy even though she wasn’t in her ward. Obviously, everyone has been amazing and looked after us both so well.

Just wanted to say a HUGE thank you for looking after Sid when he needed spinal surgery in September.  He is doing amazing and is no longer in pain thanks to you all…thank you so much.