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Vets4Pets Vets in Havant

Bringing you affordable, high quality care, 7 days a week

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Call us: 023 9241 4458  

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Havant Vets4Pets

Inside Pets at Home 

Solent Retail Park  

Solent Road 

Havant 

PO9 1ND


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Mon 09:00-19:00 

Tue 09:00-19:00

Wed 09:00-19:00

Thu 09:00-19:00

Fri 09:00-19:00

Sat 09:00-18:00

Sun 10:30-16:30


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Welcome to Havant Vets4Pets

Havant Vets4Pets is on the Solent Retail Park inside Pets at Home. Offering a whole new veterinary concept with individually heated cat and dog kennels, operating theatres, digital X-Ray, dentistry treatments, tonometry and endoscopy combined with affordable, high quality care via a modern, well equipped practice, including a laboratory, pharmacy and free on-site car parking

We form part of a family of veterinary surgeries which include Companion Care Vets Portsmouth, Companion Care Vets Fareham Collingwood, Companion Care Vets Fareham Park Gateand Waterlooville Vets4Pets which are all open 7 days a week and have onsite parking.

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Is your rabbit protected?

RHD2 is an infectious disease that has recently arrived from Europe. 

We are now advising vaccination for all rabbits. 

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Operating Theatre
Isolation Unit
Isolation unit
Haematology
Haematology
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Laser therapy
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Endoscopy
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Pet Passports
Biochemistry
Biochemistry
Emergency Cover
Emergency Cover
Haematology
In-House Laboratory
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Microscopy
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ECG Monitoring
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Complete Care Plan
Blood Pressure Monitor
Blood Pressure Monitor
Hospital Ward
Hospital Ward
Parking
Parking
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Lungworm Testing
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Rabbit Medicine and Surgery
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Nurse Clinics
X-Ray
X-Ray
Dentistry
Dentistry
Ultrasound
Ultrasound
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Tonometry
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Small Mammal Medicine and Surgery
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Dog, Cat & Exotic Wards
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Complete Care

From £8 per month
Our Complete Care Health Plan spreads the cost over the year, and helps you save at least 20% on preventative treatments in a 12 month period for your dog, cat or rabbit.
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Puppy & Kitten Pack

    For just £79 we offer:
  • Puppy course including upgraded Leptospirosis worth £63 
  • Free upgrade to include kennel cough vaccination for dogs worth £29 
  • Kitten course including cat flu, enteritis and leukemia vaccine worth £73 
  • Microchip if needed 
  • Optional 4 weeks’ free insurance* 
  • First flea treatment
  • First worm treatment 
  • Food pack

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10% off on a Wednesday for the Over 60's

10% discount on all of the procedures and preventatives on a Wednesday.

Please contact the surgery for more details. Terms and conditions apply. Participating surgeries only. 

Attention all NHS staff and members of the Armed Forces

Havant Vets4Pets is offering the following discounts to NHS staff and members of the Armed Forces: 

- 10% off vaccinations

- 10% off consultation fees

- 10% off neutering

Please contact the surgery for more information. Proof of employment may be required. Terms and conditions apply. 

Antony Bielovich

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BSc(Chem.Eng.), M.Ing., BVSc, MRCVS

Joint Venture Partner and Veterinary Surgeon

Antony started work in Portsmouth in 1998 after graduating as a vet from Onderstepoort in South Africa. In 2001 he and Mackie started the partnership in the Portsmouth surgery which has grown to an association of practices in the Solent area (Portsmouth, Fareham Park Gate, Fareham Collingwood and Waterlooville surgeries). 

He has a special interest in exotic pets. He and his wife have a son and a border terrier.

Mackie Hobson

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BSc(Agric.), BVSc, MRCVS

Joint Venture Partner and Veterinary Surgeon

Mackie graduated in 1998 from Onderstepoort in South Africa before working as a vet in the peak district in Derbyshire. He joined Companion Care Vets in Portsmouth in 2001. Together with Antony, he is a partner in associated practices in the Solent area (the Portsmouth, Fareham Park Gate and Waterlooville surgeries). 

Mackie is married to Jess, also a vet, who worked in the Fareham Park Gate surgery for many years. They have two children, Zoe and Jake, two cats and a Labrador.

Vera Teixeira

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DVM MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

Vera graduated in 2007 in Portugal. After working for two years in a small animal hospital, she decided to come to the UK, to be an intern in an oncology referral centre. She joined the Companion Care Team in 2010 and since then she has completed a Surgery and Anaesthesia Post Graduate Diploma from the University Autónoma of Barcelona and currently is working towards a Small Animal Practice certificate, focusing mainly in Internal Medicine. Vera has a lovely rescue staffie, Pudding, and enjoys travelling.

Izabela Swierczynska

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MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated in 2007 in Poland and worked with large animals before joining Portsmouth Companion Care Veterinary Practice. I have an interest in feline medicine and have two cats - Ozzy and Etna - and an albino cockatiel called Nelson. In my free time I love travelling, reading books, music and watching films.

Christiane Caspers

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Dr.Med.Vet., MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

Trained in Munich, Germany, Christiane’s interest is ophthalmology. She also has a keen interest in rabbit medicine. In her spare time she enjoys travelling, reading and keeping fit.

Roberto Fratellini

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MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

Roberto comes to us from Italy via the PDSA where he worked for four years. After graduating in 2002 he spent some time in small animal practices in Rome and Sardinia before deciding to travel to England. He has a special interest in orthopaedics. He loves travelling, martial arts and socializing. His dog is called Christina.

Gideon Smit

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BVSc MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

Gideon is our long term locum covering maternity leave. He qualified as a veterinary surgeon at Onderstepoort, South Africa in 1988. He came to work in West Sussex in 1991, and in 2008 joined Companion Care Vets as a Joint Venture Partner for Rustington and Chichester. He sold the partnership in 2014 and has worked in other Companion Care surgeries ever since. Gideon enjoys all aspects of small animal practice with a particular interest in dermatology and feline medicine. In his free time he enjoys hiking, travelling and photography, and can usually be found somewhere on a long distance trail.

Dux Mohlmann

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BVSc MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

From his early school days, Dux used to volunteer on weekends at the local SPCA in South Africa. As a veterinary student, he worked part time at an exotic animal hospital and volunteered at an International primate rescue organization (IPR) and Vulpro birds of prey sanctuary. 

After graduating in 2012 from Onderstepoort in South Africa, he worked at a small animal hospital in Randfontein, South Africa before moving to the UK in 2013 when he joined us. He also worked in the Companion Care Vets Fareham Collingwood and Companion Care Vets Fareham Park gate sister surgeries. In 2015 he transferred to the Companion Care Vets Colchester to advance his experience in orthopaedic surgery. In 2016 he rejoined the Waterlooville and Portsmouth surgeries to further his experience in exotics. 

Dux has a keen interest in exotic animals and would one day like to specialize in exotic wildlife medicine and surgery. He currently volunteers at local wildlife rescue centres on his days off. He is presently also studying part time for Elizabeth Whiter’s Certificate in Natural Food Animal Remedies course with a specific interest in the field of zoopharmacognosy. 

Dux lives in Waterlooville with his dog, Merry who came over from South Africa with him. Outside of work he enjoys indoor and outdoor rock climbing, fire dancing, reading, travelling, hiking and meditation.

Donna Brotherton

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RVN

Head Veterinary Nurse

Donna qualified in 2000 and has been with the team since 2003. Donna has been head nurse since Nov 2014 and is enjoying the new challenges this has brought. Donna is one of our Diabetes nurses and really enjoys getting stuck into Dentals. Donna spends her time at home with her husband and son, and the waifs and strays that she adopts.

Kirsty Simpson

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RVN

Deputy Head Nurse

Kirsty started nursing in 2008 and qualified in 2011. Kirsty is our Deputy Head Nurse and enjoys inpatients and coaching our students. Kirsty has worked in small animal practice her whole career and in 2012, was lucky enough to work for Fitzpatrick Referrals. She relocated to Havant in 2015, with her fiancé, her Chihuahua, Milo and recent addition, Louie, a small cross breed dog.

Hannah Stone

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RVN

Senior Veterinary Nurse

I started nursing in 2009 and qualified in July 2014 after studying at Sparsholt College. Since then I have had a keen interested in helping the next generation of nurses with their studying and became a clinical coach December 2014. I have a keen interest in soft tissue surgery and small furries. At home I have three guinea pigs, two house rabbits, a cat, two bearded dragons and a chameleon.

Kayleigh Hunter

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RVN

Registered Veterinary Nurse

Kayleigh joined the team in Jan 2018, having qualified in 2015. Kayleigh moved to the area after working in a 24 hour hospital where she gained lots of experience in operations and emergency care. Kayleigh has a keen interest in behaviour and anaesthesia so is looking forward to sharing her knowledge with staff and clients. Kayleigh currently shares her home with her sister, and both of them are over thrown by Spice, their British Short Hair cross. 

Nikki Perry

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Student Veterinary Nurse

Nikki is keen to learn more about medical conditions that animals suffer from. In particular, she is interested in renal failure and blocked bladders. She also enjoys inpatient care and making the animal feel comfortable when they are here.

Is your pet’s fur looking knotted and scruffy? Nikki loves grooming and dematts. Outside of work, she is a very keen horse rider and has been riding for 8 years now.

Lisa Briggs

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Anne Green

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Receptionist

Anne initially trained as a childminder, but has since turned her attentions to being a dog behaviourist and trainer. She runs puppy classes at Portsmouth Companion Care.

Outside work she gets involved with dog agility and obedience training. She has Cavalier King Charles spaniels and a rescue lurcher. Anne also enjoys riding her rescued new Forst ponies.

Amy Yates

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Receptionist

Amy joined the Reception team in May 2015. Amy has come to us with almost 12 years of experience in customer service and administration, and has worked the past 5 years in a local community centre. Amy is passionate about all animals and is especially getting involved with our wildlife patients.

Amy has enjoyed playing mama bird to the youngsters and we think has enjoyed taking them home to her husband (who has a slight fear of birds). At home Amy spends most of her time looking after her very spoilt and pampered family: a Springer cross Labrador called Coco, two rats called Morpheus and Neo, as well as her husband

Dan Lougher

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Student Veterinary Nurse

Dan has always loved animals having dogs and cats since he was young, so he knew a career helping animals was where he belonged. After volunteering with the practice in 2014, he started work in the nursing team and has recently started studies towards becoming a qualified veterinary nurse.

He has two dogs Holly, a chocolate Labrador and Roxy, a Rottweiler cross. They can be a bit of a handful. Holly is the scavenger trying to get food wherever she can, and Roxy loves to play tug of war and wreck all her toys within the first day, but he could not live without either of them.

Imogen Rogers

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More information coming soon!

Jill Stone

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Melanie Graham

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Reception Manager

Mel originally trained in credit management but after the birth of her twins in 2006, she joined our nursing team, and qualified in 2013. You may see Mel in two different roles within the practice; Mel is not only one of our qualified nurses but is also the reception manager and enjoys the challenges this role has brought her.

When nursing Mel has an interest in endocrine disorders, particularly diabetes, enjoys holding nurse clinics and loves getting teeth as pearly white as possible during dental procedures.

Rhiannon Barreto

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Receptionist

Rhiannon has always adored animals and she says that having the opportunity to work with them has been brilliant. Rhiannon joined us in July 2015 and has a customer service and admin based background which she finds really helpful with her new role.

"I’ve learnt so much since I started - the team I work with are amazing and so supportive. Before I started as part of the Companion Care team I was a client myself. I feel this is a great advantage as I now know how it feels to be both sides of the desk and try to help the owners and their pets as much as I possibly can."

At home Rhiannon has two crazy beagles Rodney and Katie, and are treated like her babies; Rhiannon and her fiancé take them everywhere.

Beth Middleton

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Sam Gould

More information coming soon!

Out of hours

Contact the surgery on our normal phone number (023 9241 4458) and remember to have a pen and paper ready. 

You will be given a contact number for our out-of-hours service, call the vet on this number. The vet will ask you a few questions about your pet's condition and may advise some immediate first aid care. The vet will then arrange to meet you at the out-of-hours clinic should this be necessary. 

Out of hours clinic:

Vets Now Portsmouth Mountbatten Estate
Jackson Close
Farlington  
Portsmouth
PO6 1UR

Out of hours fees

Standard Consultation (Before 9pm): From £162  

After 9pm: From £208

Any necessary treatment or medication administered by the emergency service will be charged in addition to the emergency consultation fee. 

To help you decide whether you need a vet urgently, please click here.