We've launched our new Facebook page, where you can chat to us, find out up-to-date information, post pictures of the animals in your life, . Vets deal with animals of all shapes and sizes, but oneCarnoustie cat proved a particular challenge. When the animal arrived at Wallace Veterinary.
We have been caring for pets in Dundee for over a century and our aim is to provide a personal service to all our clients and their pets. We employ 4 vets and we will always try to ensure that you cansee the vet of your choice, as we feel continuity of care is important. Our veterinary team treats all companion animals and exotic pets, providing a full range of medical and surgical services from our Brook Street premises.
The Golf is an Angus based Veterinary Practice with our main surgery in Montrose and branches in Arbroath and Carnoustie. Our vets have a range of experience and qualifications to ensure that yourpets recieve the most up to date and appropriate treatment for any problems they may have. We are strong believers in maintaining an excellent quality of life in all animals, young or old and are happy to dispense advice to acheive this.
Thrums Veterinary Group has been in existence for over sixty years. It started in Kirriemuir and now has branches in Forfar and Blairgowrie so we cover an area from Arbroath and Montrose in the eastall the way over to Murthly and Glenshee in the west. We have a team of 10 dedicated vets who all have different areas of interest including equine, cattle, sheep, pigs and poultry and all small animals covering their surgery and medicine requirements.
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.
The East Neuk Veterinary Clinic is a modern, state-of-the-art Veterinary Surgery that offers unparalleled veterinary care and treatment. We provide veterinary services for animals in the local EastNeuk of Fife area and also specialist treatment for cats and dogs with orthopaedic and spinal problems referred from other veterinary practices throughout Scotland. We have advanced facilities and veterinary expertise.
Wilson and Partners is a veterinary practice based in Cupar, Fife with further surgeries in St Andrews and Leven. The practice is committed to providing the highest quality medical and surgical careto domestic pets, farm and equine animals. First established by H.M. Wilson in Cupar in 1926, the practice has continued to grow. We now employ 7 full-time and 2 part-time vets and have expanded to treat over 10,000 active patients.
We encourage continuity of care so you and your pet can see the same vet wherever possible. The vast experience of our 6 vets means we can always give your pet the best standard of care. Our aim is tobe able to offer the very best standard of veterinary medicine to all animals under our care whilst keeping our fees competitive. This is achieved by a policy of continual retraining of all our vets and nurses, as well as on going modernisation of our equipment.
At St Clair Veterinary Group we are dedicated to the quality care of your pets. We understand, that whether you have a new pet or a pet that has grown up with you, he or she is an important part ofyour family. Our Kirkcaldy, Glenrothes and Leven practices are here to assist you in planning healthcare programmes to keep your pet happy and in the best of health throughout its life and we will work to educate you about your pet's healthcare needs.
We recommend that all dogs, cats and rabbits are vaccinated against many serious and contagious diseases. Dogs are vaccinated against distemper, hepatitis, Leptospirosis, Parvovirus, andParainfluenza. Cats are vaccinated against Herpes virus, Calcivirus (cat flu), Panleucopenia (enteritis) and leukaemia. Puppies and kittens need an initial course of 2 injections, 2 to 3 weeks apart, with immunity being maintained by annual boosters thereafter.