Oakham Veterinary Hospital
Oakham Veterinary Hospital is a long established practice on the outskirts of Oakham, Rutland. Our premises are purpose built and set in 8.5 acres surrounded by rural countryside. We have extensive
Buttercross Veterinary Centre
Our main surgery in Bingham is open from 8am to 6.30pm weekdays, and 8am to 12 noon on Saturdays. If you have an emergency we will see you straight away, but please phone us first, so we are expecting
Meadow Lane Veterinary Centre
Meadow Lane Veterinary Centre (MLVC) is based in Loughborough and was founded in the 1870s, making it one of the longest established veterinary practices in the country. Originally a large
Bell Brown & Bentley
If you're looking for a veterinary practice where the vets are highly experienced, the equipment is revolutionary and the team is genuinely passionate about animal care, look no further. Bell Brown
Rutland Veterinary Centre
We are a family run business in Uppingham, Rutland, and our aim is to provide the best possible healthcare in a friendly and supportive environment. We have an experienced, enthusiastic team of 8 vets
Avenue Veterinary Centre
Avenue Veterinary Centre has been providing expert veterinary care for Grantham and the surrounding area for over 70 years. We are a traditional mixed practice, treating all species from dogs and cats
M M Leggett
M M Leggett's Veterinary Surgery is a modern practice with traditional values. We strive to deliver the best care possible with the latest technology to keep your animals happy and healthy. Our vets
Kirks Vets
KirksVets are one of the leading veterinary surgeries in South Lincolnshire. With surgeries in Sleaford and Grantham, we provide a complete veterinary service from routine checkups and vaccinations to
The Park Veterinary Group
Park Veterinary Group aims to offer the very best of care for your pets, providing the most up to date treatments and facilities, whilst treating you and your pets with care and compassion. We know
Dermvet Skin & Ear Clinic
The treatment of pet skin and ear diseases accounts for a large proportion of the work in a typical small veterinary practice, but without the proper knowledge and training, these conditions can be