We continue to invest in top of the range surgical and diagnostic equipment to ensure we can offer your pet's the investigation and treatment they need. We have flexible consulting times with easyaccess and parking to ensure your trip to the vets is as stress free as possible. Bridge Vets was established in May 1988 in Bridge of Don. The team originally consisted of 2 vets and Kate, our long serving receptionist.
Our web site has been designed to give you an insight into our Veterinary clinic, our staff, the practice, the services that we provide and general pet care. We hope that you will find it useful.Aurora Vet Clinic opened in February 2006 and is located in Bucksburn, Aberdeen. The practice is a purpose built facility, designed to provide comprehensive companion animal medical and surgical care.
Get free health checks, vaccines, wormer & multi-parasite spot-ons and 10% discount off many of our charges (Click to find out more!) As part of Rabbit Awareness week Donview Veterinary Centre areoffering a free health check with a Vet followed with an appointment with a nurse to discuss general care, diet etc. To book your rabbit in please call us now on 01467 621429 and quote Rabbit awareness week to get your free appointment.
Our promise is provide high quality care and help you to keep your pet in the best possible health. We have the culture "prevention is better than cure" and deliver an extensive range of preventivemedicine and care routines; which can be delivered to all pets including exotics. Preventive measures encompass, vaccination, worming flea treatment and more general health care advice such as dietary information.
For pet care in Aberdeen and the surrounding areas, choose your friendly local vets. We've got clinics in Dyce and Aberdeen for your convenience, and can arrange appointments to suit your schedule.Worried about your pet? Our drop-in sessions run from Monday to Saturday. Just got a new pet? Register with Swan Veterinary Practice and we'll take care of everything they need - from vaccinations and neutering to worm and flea treatments. Planning on letting your pet outside?
In 1917 the business moved to 'Glenroyd', Laurencekirk and remained there until 1996 when we moved to the new, purpose built, Veterinary Hospital in the Business Park, Laurencekirk. This has given usthe opportunity to extend our services to a much wider area.
The Crofts Veterinary Centre, situated at 2 Park Road, Brechin is a purpose designed and built animal treatment centre which opened in 1994. The centre incorporates many of the most modern facilitiesfor the care and treatment of your pet. These include X-Ray, Gaseous Anaesthesia, Ultrasonic Dental Scaler and Polisher and Cryosurgery. We stock a range of quality pet foods as well as prescription foods for animals with special dietary requirements.