Local vets in Glasgow23 August 2023
Ashley Veterinary Centre
Ashley Veterinary Centre is a small practice in the Anniesland area of Glasgow. The team support local people and their pets with a happy and friendly veterinary practice. They are always happy to see any kind of pet from cats and dogs to rabbits, small furries, birds or reptiles.
Avalon Veterinary Clinic
Avalon Veterinary Centre is an independent, family owned and run veterinary practice. Based in Milngavie, they promise to treat your pet as if it were their own.
Boyce and Houston Veterinary Centre
The Clydebank institution that is Boyce and Houston Vets has been in their new premises in Hardgate for a few years now. Treating small animals from the Dunbartonshire area, the friendly team can help you with anything from puppy check ups to operations!
Campbell and Galloway Vets
This long established, welcoming independent practice is based in Ibrox, serving clients from the southside, city centre and beyond. Karen and the team will be glad to welcome you at their new, fresh, spacious premises off Broomloan Road. All the staff are extremely friendly and will strive to do the best they can for every pet that comes through the door.
Hyndland Street Veterinary Surgery
The Hyndland Street Veterinary surgery has been part of the West-End of Glasgow community for over 35 years, providing care for animals and advice for owners. Their friendly practice aims to offer the best possible care for their patients in a relaxed and comforting atmosphere.
Vets4Pets East Kilbride
East Kilbride Vets4Pets are a small, busy first opinion practice, with a friendly team. Patients and their owners are their top priority.
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