Feline Hyperthyroid Clinic

Our Feline Hyperthyroid Clinic is one of a small number of dedicated clinics in the south of England. We are well established now having run the service since 2016, with full approval from the Environment Agency.

Team of international Specialists

The clinic is run by a team of European, American and RCVS recognised Specialists in internal medicine, with the assistance of a dedicated group of feline veterinary nurses and administrators. Our department uses established and recognised screening methods and treatment protocols.

After just one treatment followed by only 8 to 12 days in our Specialist led clinic, cats should experience a great quality of life. Radioactive iodine is likely to be better value compared to lifelong medication. Post treatment, cats have a follow up appointment and blood tests after 30, 90 and 180 days.

Feline hyperthyroidism

Feline hyperthyroidism is a common endocrine disease in geriatric cats, and radioactive iodine (I-131) is the ‘gold standard treatment’, as it is non-invasive and low risk compared to surgical thyroidectomy. The cure rate is around 95%.

Assessing case suitability

If you are a vet and think you have a case suitable for radioactive iodine treatment or would you like to refer a case to assess its suitability, then please contact our team at FHC@andersonmoores.com or call 01962 767920 and we will be happy to help.

Where to find us:

The Feline Hyperthyroid Clinic is located just 1.3 miles from our Main Hospital at Bunstead Barns, Poles Lane, Hursley.

Our address is Unit 1, Entrance B Deer Park Farm Barn, Main Road, Hursley, Hampshire, SO21 2LD.

To view directions to our main site, click here.

Treatment £3,475
Alfie 5

Useful information


Information for Veterinary Surgeons

Read More ➔


FAQ for Veterinary Surgeons

Read More ➔


FAQ for Pet Owners

Read More ➔