Andrew Melling Ltd is a large animal and equine veterinary practice based in Horwich, Lancashire. We cover most of South Lancashire and Greater Manchester. Please see the 'Our Area' tab for a map ofthe area we cover. Andrew Melling set up the practice in 1992. The practice has since expanded, and now has 5 vets and 4 office staff. We always strive to offer the very best veterinary care possible at the lowest price possible.
Established since 1965 in Chorley and 1980 in Leyland. We are an independent veterinary practice which aims to provide friendly, caring veterinary care for your pet. Pinewood Veterinary Practice dealsexclusively with domestic pets including cats, dogs, rabbits and rodents, birds, reptiles and other exotic pets.
We manufacture a range of high quality natural animal healthcare products that are only available from Authorised Veterinary Practices. All our products have been developed by vets using the latestresearch and formulated to the specific needs of the animal. For all other enquiries, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
There has been a veterinary surgery on this site in Bolton since the 1960's. Over the years it has seen many changes to keep up with the changing techniques of veterinary medicine and the expectationsof pet owners. Stuart and Lisa Edwards are the 4th owners and took over the practice in 2006. Since then we have invested in the onsite facilities and equipment, and the skills and education of the staff, to continually provide the best medicine we can to our patients.
Our practice here serves pet owners in Atherton, Tyldesley, Leigh, Hindley, Wigan, Walkden, Worsley, Bolton and Westhoughton as well as surrounding areas. Our vets, nurses and support staff are allhere to help you with your pet's health and welfare. We believe that preventive heath care such as vaccinations, flea and worm prevention, neutering and micro-chipping will help your cats, dogs and rabbits enjoy a long and happy life so talk to us about the best way of protecting your pets.
Our Bryn Surgey is open Bank Holidays (except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day) from 9am-12noon. Bryn Veterinary Centre was opened in 2005 by Chris Copeman MRCVS. We started with just onevet and one nurse but quickly flourised due to word of mouth and we are now very well known and highly recommended by our clients in the area. In 2009, Chris opened a second branch in Golborne. This practice again grew quickly and in the last four years has become as popular as our main surgery at Bryn.
We are a small animal companion care practice and the service that we provide encompasses all facets of first opinion companion animal care provided by a team of Veterinary Surgeons, Veterinary Nursesand support staff who we are very proud of. Each surgery is recognised under the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) Accreditation Scheme which effectively offers Quality Assurance to our customers and Staff.
Armac Veterinary Group Ltd is an independently owned, small animal, first opinion practice and 24 hour emergency hospital (Pets A&E). Established in Bury in 1984. The emergency hospital was set up in2004. Armac is an RCVS (Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons) approved practice. Their accreditation is awarded to confirm we are working to the Royal College's high standard guidelines. They perform regular inspections to ensure these high standards are maintained.
The practice dates back to the early years of the 20th century. It was located on King Street, Clitheroe before the Second World War and the coach house at the rear became the practice premises formany years until the move to Princess Avenue in 1992. The farm team is still based in Clitheroe along with the pet practice branch. The 24 hour service for pet clients moved to Clayton Le Dale when we opened there in February 2009.
The story of Withy Grove Veterinary Clinic begins in the 1970s when the surgery was based in Withy Grove House, now a nursing home, from whence it got its name. The practice was sold in the 1980s bythe then owner, Terence Bate, to J & M Glassbrook, the vets from Leyland who moved us to our current building on Station Road.