Located in the Ribble Valley and East Lancashire we are a long established mixed practice providing high quality professional care to farm animal, equine and companion animals. We have two mainsurgeries in Clitheroe and Accrington and a branch surgery at Barrowford. We provide a mobile service and a 24 hour emergency service so that whenever your animals need veterinary help they will be seen by our own team of vets.
We are a small animal veterinary practice based in Burnley, Lancashire and have extensive facilities that are dedicated to the care of your pet. We also cover the surrounding areas and have a 24 hourpet emergency service and a pet ambulance. We pride ourselves on giving quality care and caring service, and to facilitate this all our veterinary surgeons and nurses undergo continuous professional development.
At Wendy Lane Vets we care for cats, dogs, rabbits and all other domestic pets. We have a main surgery in Rochdale and a branch in Littleborough. The practice has two partners, Phil Bareham and WendyLane, with a team of four vets, two nurses, one student nurse and numerous auxiliary nurses and receptionists. The veterinary surgery was established way back in 1962 when it was little more than a terraced house.
Established in 1921, Stanley House Veterinary Surgeons are a first opinion practice providing high quality veterinary care to small animals, horses and farm animals in Pendle, Burnley and surroundingareas. We are an approved Veterinary Nurse training centre and an approved member of the Royal College Practice Standards Scheme.
Crown House Vets is a well established name in the Rochdale and surrounding area, providing a quality and friendly service to you and your pets for over 35 years. A pet is an important member of thefamily. That's why at Crown House we aim to keep your pets healthy and happy by focusing on preventive healthcare. Our team covers all aspects of preventative care including flea control, worming, dental and dietary care.
Armac Veterinary Group Ltd is an independently owned, small animal, first opinion practice and 24 hour emergency hospital (Pets A&E). Established in Bury in 1984. The emergency hospital was set up in2004. Armac is an RCVS (Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons) approved practice. Their accreditation is awarded to confirm we are working to the Royal College's high standard guidelines. They perform regular inspections to ensure these high standards are maintained.
Both John and Sam have cared for animals "great and small" from childhood and wished to continue this with their professional careers and so became vets. If you need any veterinary help or advice,please contact us and speak to a member of staff or ask for an appointment with one of our vets or nursing team. If your pet is ill we will aim to see you quickly. We can deal with all your pet's needs from vaccinations and neutering to helping them when they are unfortunately ill or injured.
We are a small animal companion care practice and the service that we provide encompasses all facets of first opinion companion animal care provided by a team of Veterinary Surgeons, Veterinary Nursesand support staff who we are very proud of. Each surgery is recognised under the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) Accreditation Scheme which effectively offers Quality Assurance to our customers and Staff.
Beech House is a new, modern, small animal veterinary practice on the outskirts of Radcliffe and Little Lever. We provide first and second opinion clinics to the surrounding areas as well aspreventative healthcare and more specialised surgeries in soft tissue surgery and orthopaedics. The resident veterinary surgeon and owner is Shaun Alcock BVetMed MRCVS and is the main vet in the practice, so you will usually see the same person on each visit or in an emergency.
Most of our staff have been with us for over 20 years; we provide a very friendly, welcoming, family kind of service. We also have an orthopaedic surgeon who visits our surgery on request to performsurgeries that most others would refer to veterinary hospitals. This reduces the cost somewhat and means that clients do not have to travel to some strange, far away hospital or referral centre. They don't have to travel distances for check ups either.