Wellpets Worle
Wellpets Animal Hospitals provide professional, dedicated veterinary care to achieve the highest standards of practice. Our highly specialised small animal hospitals are located in North Kent, North
Clarendon Veterinary Centre
We aim to offer the best possible care to our clients and their pets. Our recently improved facilities enable us to provide an increasingly good standard of care. Clarendon Veterinary Centre is
Alexandra & Hillyfields Vets
We provide a comprehensive veterinary service to Clevedon, Winscombe and the surrounding areas of North Somerset. One of our most important policies is that only one vet deals with a particular
Avon Lodge Veterinary Group
Now Spring is in the air and your pets are happier to get out and about, ensure to get your pets covered with the correct flea and worm treatment. Call us now to arrange your free nurse clinic if you
High Croft Veterinary Group
Highcroft has been practising in Hailsham since the 1940s and has been run by the current Director and Senior Veterinary Surgeon, Peter Stotesbury, since 1994. We continue to treat farm animals and
Premier Vet Alliance
1Our bespoke wellness plan is recognised by many as the most successful plan within the industry. Why? Because its foundations have been built and developed within our own Veterinary group. We use
Animal Health Centre
Animal Health Centre was established in 1990 and Nicky Bromhall started here as a part time vet in June 1993. In March 2002 she bought the practice and since then has turned it into a modern and well
Avon Lodge Veterinary Group
Avon Lodge is privately owned by Paul Vokes MRCVS, and has been since 1999. We offer exceptional care and expertise from a dedicated and animal loving team. Value for money is what you get at Avon
Highcroft Veterinary Referrals
Our referral centre is a subsidiary of Highcroft Veterinary Group, one of the largest privately owned veterinary groups in the South West. Unlike many other practices, we are still owned by two
Chalks Road Veterinary Clinic
Animal House Vets is warning dog owners about a poorly understood disease that has killed a number of dogs across Britain in recent months. It is currently called Alabama Rot and although we have not