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 twoveterinary surgeons that have lived and breathed "Highcroft" since its humble beginnings in 1982. As a group Highcroft consists of a large RCVS accredited veterinary hospital and referral centre, with 8 branch surgeries around the Bristol/Bath area.
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 AvonLodge, just look at our review page to see what others are saying! Our team has over eighty years of veterinary experience so you can be confident that we will get the diagnosis right for your pet, and always do our best for them.
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 notseen any cases to date at any Animal House Vets Surgeries, dog owners should be aware and on their guard as it could spread here and their dogs could be at risk.
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 usethis experience to design, implement, train and support you at every step of the process.
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 youare unsure what is the best product for your pet. We are an exclusive small animal practice operating from three practices; Stratford Road Salisbury (our main centre), Flower Lane Amesbury and West Street Wilton.
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 surroundingareas. You can feel confident that when your pet is in our care they will receive the highest standard of treatment from our dedicated and caring team. Please explore our website where you will find details of the services and facilities we offer.
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. Weare a small, friendly and experienced team dedicated to looking after you and your family of pets. We look after all small animals; dogs, cats, rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, birds, some exotics and even meerkats!
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 andequines as well as domestic pets and exotics from our main surgery at Hailsham and our branch surgery at Polegate. We are a team of four veterinary surgeons and nine veterinary nurses as well as a Practice Manager, three client care managers and two administrators.
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 foryour pet. All our surgeries are accredited and approved by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and the hospital is the only practice in Bath and the surrounding area to achieve the highest, Tier 3, hospital standard.
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 wellequipped centre all the time maintaining the original values of being small, friendly practice for both you and your pet. For the past five years we have been an accredited member of the Practice Standards Scheme, set up by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.