Should you have any specific concerns about your dogs skin or coat we will have the vet check this for you and offer advice or treatment where required. As a long established vet practice serving WestCumbria, we are committed to providing a high standard of veterinary care in all aspects of our work. We aim to treat all of our patients with the utmost compassion and care.
Historically, this was a single-handed practice in Windermere that was taken over by Tony Sansom in 1973. Since then the Practice has developed to the four vets, 'mixed' practice i.e. Although ourmain premises are at the Oakhill Veterinary Centre in Windermere, we also maintain a branch practice in Ambleside. We have Disabled access - Rails, ramps and wide doors provide easy access for wheelchair users. We have a disabled toilet just off Reception.
Alexander Veterinary Centre Limited was established in 1982 by John Stitt and is a dedicated first opinion small animal practice. Our friendly, professional team of veterinary, nursing, reception andsupport staff endeavour to deliver a caring, comprehensive, modern and affordable service to our pets and their people. Our practice has been inspected and approved by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, our governing body, and we endeavour to maintain these standards.
Here you can find useful information to help you care for your pet. Make sure that you check back regularly as we aim to add new content, information and useful links often. We will also provide youwith regular updates using Facebook and Twitter as new content, information, and features become available. Established in the early 20th century Church Walk Veterinary Centre is a well-established first choice small animal veterinary practice based in the Furness area of Cumbria (South Lakes).
There has been a veterinary practice in Wigton since 1919 and in 1999 we moved to purpose-built premises at Syke Park, with modern equipment, hospitalisation facilities and ample free parking. We havea friendly team of vets, nurses and support staff who genuinley care for your animals and are dedicated to providing the best surgery, treatments and advice to both farming and companion animal clients.
We are a long established mixed practice, treating most species of animals over a wide area of South Cumbria and North Lancashire. The Surgery premises are conveniently positioned opposite the Railwaystation in Grange-over-sands. We have dedicated parking places on the station car park for the use of clients whilst attending the surgery. The surgery stocks a wide range of Speciality Dog and Cat Foods, hypoallergenic treats, dental aids, leads, harnesses toys, training aids etc.
Paragon Veterinary Group is a Cumbrian-based veterinary practice with over 70 years experience in caring for animals. The name 'par-a-gon' refers to a model of excellence or perfection, and over theyears we have gone from strength-to-strength to build up our reputation to the highest possible standards in our field. Our mixed practice operates from three bases: Dalston near Carlisle, Newbiggin near Penrith, London Road in Carlisle.
At Rowcliffe House, our main aim is to help and look after pets and other animals entrusted to our care and we do this with professionalism, compassion and patience. Our friendly and highly trainedteam consists of 7 experienced vets, 3 qualified nurses, 3 receptionists and our practice manager.
The practice was established in1984 by Alison with the help and support of family and friends originally as a mixed practice carrying out farm work as well as horses dogs and cats. Over the years wehave become more tailored to meet the needs of small animal and equine veterinary care (medicine and surgery).
We're a friendly veterinary practice located on the outskirts of Carlisle with purpose built premises just off Junction 42 of the M6. We treat both farm and small animals and offer a wide range of topquality services and facilities. Find out more about us.