The Beaumont Sainsbury Animal Hospital fees are comparable to other veterinary practices in central London and as a not for profit organisation, our veterinary fees are put back into the hospital to help us continue to strengthen our services and facilities.
We are committed to providing excellent value for money and a transparent pricing policy. All potential costs will be discussed fully before investigation or treatment commences. However, precise quotes are often difficult to give due to the variable needs of how a case may progress. Nevertheless, we do try to give as accurate an estimate of costs as possible, upfront and we will inform you as soon as possible if any unforeseen circumstances arrive. Detailed invoices will be provided.
Please note, all fees must be paid in full at the time of treatment. For your convenience we accept all major credit and debit card payments, cash and cheques.
We offer a 10% discount on the services below to OAP's and those in receipt of benefits. The discount may be applied on consultations, vaccinations, and neutering. Proof of eligibility is required prior to receiving any discounts (discounts not available for working tax or child tax credit).
Please discuss with a receptionist regarding your eligibility.
- Vet Consultation and Examination: £42.00
- Vet Consultation and Examination (Sunday): £68.00
- Vet Revisit Appointment: £32.50
- Vet Revisit Appointment (Sunday): £60.50
- Final re-examination appointment (no further treatment required) £25.80
- Nurse consultation for medical care: £18.20
- Nurse Consultation for new puppies and kittens or preventative health care checks are FREE of charge (worming and flea control products are not included)
We also offer discounts to students of the Royal Veterinary College. There are discount opportunities on our neutering services for low income earners.
The basic price list above is meant as a guide only and does not include medications or diagnostic tests. We will be happy to discuss your pets needs in more detail at your visit and will provide you with an updated estimate beforehand if any further treatment is recommended.
We are happy to make claims directly to your insurance company so that you only need to pay your excess and any outstanding balance for items not covered. To make claims on your behalf, we will need proof of a valid current policy for your pet, a signed insurance claim form, and in most cases, pre-authorisation from your insurer.
For more information on pet insurance, please read our FAQ