Garden Veterinary Group
From our branches in Chippenham, Corsham, Pewsham and Malmesbury we offer a full range of health care to domestic pets, as well as an extensive large animal veterinary service to the farming
Hale Equine Veterinary Surgeons
Our main surgery in Chippenham has attained Veterinary Hospital status. This is not just a name, but an assurance to you and your pets that the best possible care can be provided by us. We believe
Harris Hill & Gibbons
We are a group of four veterinary practices based in Wiltshire, with surgeries in Bradford on Avon, Trowbridge, Westbury and Warminster. All our staff are highly trained, and have a real passion for
Glenleigh Surgery
Garston Veterinary Group has been providing veterinary care to the residents of Frome, Trowbridge, Warminster and the surrounding area for over 100 years. Our independence is something that we are
Calne Veterinary Centre
Calne Veterinary Centre has been caring for and treating companion animals for many years now. We employ a compassionate, empathic approach, which is combined with the skill and experience of our
Bath Veterinary Group
Combining the convenience and continuity of qualified vets and nurses at your local surgery backed up with the support of Rosemary Lodge Veterinary Hospital, the group provides exceptional care for
Wessex Equine
Wessex Equine is a dedicated equine practice that has been established with a simple aim in mind - to bring high quality veterinary care to your horse. Our vets are dedicated equine clinicians,
Victoria Veterinary Clinic
This website aims to give you a brief overview of the way we work and the services we can offer to you and your pets but we are always here for more information, just phone us e-mail or call in. We
Avenue Veterinary Centre
Avenue Veterinary Centre Ltd is a friendly and professional small animal practice providing high quality care for all types of domestic pets in the North Bristol, South Gloucestershire and surrounding
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