Refer a friend scheme

Recommend a friend who spends more than £25 on professional fees or joins the Healthy Pet Club and both you and your friend will receive a £10 voucher for the practice.

Here at Melton Veterinary Surgery we appreciate that our best form of advertising comes from loyal clients who love what we do and the care their pets receive from us. In recognition of this we have started to reward clients who recommend another pet owner to come and register with us.

Here’s the deal

If a new client (new friend) registers with our practice and they state that they had a recommendation from an old friend (existing client) then we will credit the existing client’s account with £10 to spend when needed. Old friends must have been registered with the practice for six months.

Simply pick up a copy of our voucher, fill in your details in the first section and pass it to the friend you wish to recommend us to. All your friend needs to do is fill in the second section and hand in the completed voucher when they register their pet with us.

So if you like what we do please tell your friends!  And if there’s something you don’t like then please tell us.

Terms & Conditions

Existing clients (‘old friends’) of Melton Veterinary  surgery  may recommend their friends to register with the practice for the first time (‘new friends’). A ‘new friend’ cannot previously have been registered with Melton Vets.

  • There is no limit to the number of ‘new friends’ you can recommend.
  • The new friend brings the form to Melton Vets, having filled in their own details.
  • Each new client (friend) will receive a £10 discount when they register and spend £25 or more on professional fees or joins the Healthy Pet Club.
  • Only one voucher can be redeemed by each new friend.
  • The existing client will receive a credit on their account to the value of £10 to spend at Melton Vets.
  • This is non-transferable.
  • The voucher cannot be used with any other offers.
  • The vouchers have no cash value.
  • Melton Vets reserves the right to reject any voucher where there is reason to believe fraud is involved