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Welcome to Fareham Creek Veterinary Surgery

Veterinary Surgeons in Fareham, Hampshire 

Call us on 01329 280412

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Fareham Creek Veterinary Surgery is a long established independent practice with an experienced, compassionate and friendly team of vets, nurses and receptionists, dedicated to providing you with the best advice and treatment to keep your pet healthy.

We are very proud to be independent and privately owned, one of the few left in the Fareham Borough.

If you live in or around Fareham, or are new to the area and are looking for a vet, you can register by clicking here or call us during our opening hours and we can register you and your pets over the phone; we would love to hear from you. 

To find out more about us and the services we offer, please read on. If you have any questions or concerns about the health of your pet, please call 01329 280412. We are available 24/7.

**CORONAVIRUS UPDATE**  June 2020

We want you to know that Fareham Creek is open and able to see you and your pets during these challenging times - our team is ready and available for when you need us. 

It has become clear that we will need to live with the threat of coronavirus for some time to come and therefore as a practice we will need to do things differently for a while. We are operating in line with guidelines issued by the government and our professional bodies. Please read and note the following;

  • Clients are unable to enter the practice at present.
  • If you call for an appointment we would ask that you inform us in advance if you or a member of your household is unwell or self isolating.
  • Please wait outside and call us or ring the doorbell to let us know you have arrived for your appointment or for collection of medication.
  • We will come out to you or speak over the phone to gather a history, examine your pet inside with you waiting outside. We will deliver your pet back with a treatment plan
  • Social distancing will be required at all times when communicating with staff and with other clients in the car park
  • We would ask that you disinfect your hands regularly before your visit and during if possible
  • We would encourage you to call in advance if you need to pick up medication/flea and worming product. Our website has a number of quick and easy forms that can be filled out for messages, medication and appointment requests. We are of course happy to take telephone calls but to enable us to free up the phone lines, please consider the following; 
  • Repeat prescriptions can be ordered here 
  • Flea and worming products can be ordered here
  • Appointment requests can also be made here
  • We are able to vaccinate all pets though there may still be a short wait before we can see you. Please be assured a short wait will not be detrimental to your pet's health.
  • Nurse clinics will unfortunately not be available for the time being e.g. nail trims, anal glands, weight clinics. 
  • We are able to do routine surgeries (spays, neuters, etc) dentals and any other operations as needed.  Please be aware we are still catching up so we would ask you to be patient as we clear the backlog. Urgent cases will always take priority. 
  • Where possible we will try to treat patients remotely via phone or Skype/Zoom/Messenger consultations as we have been doing - cases such as follow up checks, consultations for pets on long term medication, skin, mild lameness, lumps, mild eye conditions etc. This method has proven to be useful for a number of cases including where clients are unable to visit us. However, many illnesses require a physical examination by a vet and therefore remote consulting will not always be appropriate. 
  • Payments are now able to be taken with a portable handheld card machine as well as over the phone as needed.


Please stay safe and well.

Fareham Creek Veterinary Surgery | 01329 280412

32 East Street

Fareham

Hampshire PO16 0BY


Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Peter Heather
    BVSc MRCVS

    Peter is the owner of the practice.  He was born and raised on a farm in New Zealand where his love of animals began and graduated from Massey University Veterinary School in New Zealand in 1991.

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  • Becky Gustar
    BVM&S MRCVS

    Becky is originally from Yorkshire but moved to the Fareham area as a toddler where she attended school locally, save for a few spells abroad as a youngster.  She graduated from the University of Edinburgh (affectionately known as The Royal Dick Vet School) in 2004 and began work in the Midlands.

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  • Sally Martyr
    BVetMed MRCVS

    Sally was born in Scotland and grew up in Rugby, Warwickshire.  She studied for her veterinary degree at the Royal Veterinary College in London, from where she graduated in July 2010. Sally moved to the Fareham area in September 2010 to join the practice.

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Location

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Primary Office

Monday:

8:30 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:30 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "I have been going to Fareham Creek Veterinary Surgery for many years now with various rescue hounds that I adopt and I would never go anywhere else. Everybody who works there truly cares about animals and their human owners! I cannot speak highly enough of Peter Heather and his team they are all fantastic."
    Gill Schillemore
  • "Would definitely recommend Fareham Creek Vets. They were really thoughtful when the difficult decision was made to have our family dog put to sleep. Every step was dealt with with nothing but care and love for our dog by Sally. So thank you xx"
    Mickey Goddard
  • "Fab vets, all very friendly as are the nursing and reception staff. Always get first class care."
    Nicolas McCartney

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