Willow veterinary clinic has been established on the same site in Hellesdon for over twenty years. We have aimed to maintain the 'corner shop', community spirit driven ethic within the practice, inkeeping with our position on the corner of Devon avenue and the Drayton high road in Hellesdon. We have not forgotten the need to keep abreast of all the surgical and medical advances occurring within our profession during that time.
Sunnyside Veterinary Clinic is a modern veterinary practice run by friendly and caring staff in Roydon, Kings Lynn. Since 2001, when the present principal Justin Kirkland MRCVS took over, the practicehas rapidly developed to provide up-to-date but affordable healthcare for your pet. Our surgery is just outside King's Lynn, only 3 minutes from the bypass. Set in peaceful rural surroundings with easy parking, Sunnyside Roydon is an approved Veterinary Nurse Training Practice. Find out more.
All our vets are dedicated farm animal practitioners with interests across the farmed species from cattle to game birds and poultry. Our ethos is prevention is better than cure and we place a strongemphasis on finding and then removing or preventing the sources of disease. We consider ourselves as integral members of the local farming community working with farmers to improve health and productivity, and hence profitability, on farms regardless of their size.
Anchorage Barn Equine Clinic is a long established equine veterinary practice, which provides a first opinion service and second opinion or referral services to veterinary colleagues. The practicemoved into its new purpose built clinic in August 2000 and is located in the village of East Rudham between Fakenham and King's Lynn. We cover most of Norfolk and parts of Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire.
A very warm welcome to the Wensum Valley Vets website - One of the finest equine and farm animal specialists based next to Fakenham Racecourse in Norfolk. Here at Wensum Valley Vets our team consistsof equestrian and farm specific veterinary surgeons, providing a 365 day per year, 24 hour service to our clients.
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 havebranches in East Dereham and Swaffham. The Grove provides referral services in parallel with its first opinion practice from the main surgery in Fakenham. The referral clinicians do not work in the primary practice and are dedicated to the referral service.
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 hasrevolutionised the practice.> The table is hydraulic to make everyone's life easier.> The tub table is a valuable addition especially for dentals. The fluid from the scaler and body fluids drain away easily. When the top is removed we have a bath and shower head to wash patients.>
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 petpatients. We provide 24/7 emergency care outside normal working hours, 365 days a year at our purpose built surgery. The practice is easy to access and has its own car park available.
We are an independent vets practice in Watton, Norfolk which caters for all types of pets and small animals as well as specialising in equine care. The Knotts Yard practice team is led by PrincipalVet Marcus Wilson who has worked in the Watton area for more than 30 years. Marcus is supported by a team of dedicated vets and animal nurses with friendly and caring receptionists. We pride ourselves on providing a professional and personal service to both you and your animals.
Here at Glaven Vets we are always working towards providing the most up to date treatments for your pets, and are pleased to report that we are now changing the Leptospirosis vaccine to improveprotection offered. In this issue: New vaccination guidelines for dogs; blood tests explained and spring time for rabbits.