Amical Veterinary Centre
Established in 1989, by Elaine Stuttard BVMS, MRCVS, with the aim of providing a high standard of patient and client care in modern well equipped premises. Our dedicated and caring team of veterinary
Animal Health Trust
Everything the Animal Health Trust does has the health and welfare of animals at its heart. We are a veterinary charity, based in Suffolk, which offers clinical referral services and diagnostic
Arbury Road Veterinary Surgery
Our resident dog trainer Yvonne has suffered an accident leaving her with a badly broken shoulder as well as other injuries. Yvonne will be unable to take any training classes for at least a few weeks
The Crossings Vetinary Centre
We have launched two new flea products in to the practice to provide your pets with the best quality treatments available. Please find details under our Information Centre. Opened in 2009 and has
Paddons Veterinary Surgeons
Paddons Veterinary Surgeons is a five vet practice that has been established in Wisbech since 1859. We take pride in our reputation of being professional, reliable and caring to all of our pet
Whittlesey Veterinary Centre
We hope that this website will give you some information about where we are, who we are and the many services we offer. From giving a puppy their first vaccination to routine surgery and emergency
Swayne & Partners
As a practice we are committed to the care of all animals that are registered to us, whether that care is provided during normal working hours or out of normal working time. We are a 'mixed' Practice
Hawkedon Veterinary Surgery
We are pleased to welcome Julia Hewitson to the team. Julia is a small animal and equine veterinary physiotherapist and is available for small animal patients on Fridays at Homefield Road and equine
The Grove Veterinary Group
Our practice caters for domestic pets; we also run a small orthopaedic referral centre, and we have an ophthalmologist specialist who practices twice a week at our Fakenham branch. We also have
Youngs Veterinary Hospital
Jeremy and Karen Young both qualified from Bristol University School of Veterinary Medicine in June 1984 and were married the following year. After working in a variety of predominantly small animal

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