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Environmentally friendly, independent, individually tailored veterinary care in Liphook

Welcome to
Small World Vet Centre

We are a progressive and ethical veterinary practice caring for the pets and wildlife of Liphook, just a couple of miles from where I grew up.

 

As the only independent vets in the area, we aim to provide a friendly and personal service tailored to each patient and their owner.

 

While your pet is always our first priority, we want our practice to make a genuinely positive impact on our community and the wider world. 

 

Read on to find out more about our mission to provide veterinary care that makes a difference.

Phill Elliott 

BVM&S MSc(WAH) MRCVS

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New and exclusive:
Wellness plans with unlimited
consultations!

Every pet is different – what they eat, where they go, what they do – so why should they be treated the same way?
 

Through our innovative wellness plans, we can use the latest diagnostic advances to assess your pet as an individual, providing tailored preventative healthcare.

 

All this while giving you BIG savings and making our corner of the planet a little healthier too.

Our services

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Consultations

Our standard consultations are 20 minutes, allowing plenty of time for a thorough ‘nose to tail’ clinical examination and a good chat about your pet.

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Exotic pets

We are always pleased to see the more unusual pets, with many birds, lizards, tortoises, snakes and small mammals as regular visitors.

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Wildlife

If you find an injured wild animal, give us a call and we will always make arrangements to examine them – no charge.

Our pledge: Greener veterinary practice

One Health

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We believe that the health of people, animals and the environment are all linked and must be considered as one. That’s why we hold our work on sustainability and preserving local ecosystems as central to our ethos as a veterinary practice.

Be sustainable in our operation

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Every aspect of the practice is continually scrutinised to find new ways to improve our 'green' performance including insulation and low-energy lighting, using a renewable energy supplier, reducing waste, and offering specialist recycling of items we cannot avoid such as medicine blister packs.

Support local conservation

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We are passionate about making a positive impact within our community and beyond, supporting a number of conservation projects both locally and globally such as the British Trust for Ornithology’s ground breaking radio-tracking to reveal the mystery of the migration of cuckoos.

Use medicines responsibly 

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We will only prescribe medication when necessary, and never without considering other forms of treatment, such as weight loss to alleviate arthritis and taking lifestyle into account before recommending parasite treatments.

Discover more about our birdsong

This magnificent dawn chorus was recorded by Phill at 5am on the 5th of May 2013 in Pond Copse, Chiddingfold. Prominent among the many calls are those of the cuckoo and chiff chaff, birds that fly thousands of miles to breed in the UK, but return in fewer numbers every year. Find out why, and how you can help by visiting the British Trust for Ornithology.

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What local pet owners are saying

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Find out how we are reducing our employees’ carbon footprint and how you can help too.

Meet the team

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Phill Elliott BVM&S MSc MRCVS
Founder & Vet

Phill founded Small World Vet Centre after travelling and gaining experience working with pets, large animals and wildlife in the UK and across Asia.

 

He loves having the opportunity to build relationships with our clients and their pets, as well as the opportunity he has to give back to our community, and in particular to encourage others to share in his passion for conservation and sustainability.

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Amy
Head Veterinary Nurse

Amy started her career as a Saturday assistant in a small practice in west Sussex in 2000, and built up lots of experience before joining our team in 2019, drawn by our independent status and focus on sustainability. She loves the sense of fulfilment that comes with restoring purrs and wagging tails.

Contact us

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