Email for availability and a referral form.

In case of an urgent veterinary enquiry please contact your primary care vet.

We are now taking on new clients for referral holistic medicine consultations, acupuncture, and behavioural assessment and treatment. We also offer home visits for heath checks and microchips for litters of puppies and kittens.

We are not an urgent or emergency service, and we are usually booked up several weeks ahead. We can sometimes see more urgent cases when fully booked for home visits at Companion Care Vets on a Friday morning.

All holistic, behaviour, and acupuncture cases can only be seen on referral from your primary care vet who remains responsible for any out of hours care.

Please cancel your appointment if you have Covid symptoms or have been in contact with someone who has symptoms or a positive Covid test. We are happy to wear face-coverings indoors if this makes you feel more comfortable or where ventilation is limited.

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Holistic Care from an Experienced Vet


Four Seasons Holistic Veterinary Care provides professional complimentary veterinary care to pets in East Sussex.

Holistic Veterinary Care looks at the whole animal when making a diagnosis and devising a treatment plan. The holistic approach aims to bring the whole animal back to health rather than just treating symptoms.

Holistic therapies combine well with conventional treatments, and in many cases conventional drugs are essential to success. The whole animal is treated with one or a combination of the wide range of treatments available.

Worried about conventional drugs?

A common long term aim of Holistic Veterinary Care is to reduce  the use or dose of conventional drugs. Our therapies can also increase the effectiveness of drug or help animals cope with their side effects when drug therapy can’t be stopped.

In other cases we offer treatments where no conventional drugs are available or where an animal has complex symptoms.


More details on Holistic care here
More details on the Four Seasons Practice here.

All patients must be registered with a primary care veterinary practice for conventional treatments and emergency care. Patients can only be treated on referral from the primary care vet.