Our consultations will involve the diagnosis and management of everything from the most acute serious condition to a chronic mild problem. We also carry out weight checks, nail trimming etc, and will give advice on feeding, dental issues, flea control, worming and a multitude of other topics.
We carry out vaccinations against all the common dog, cat and rabbit diseases and send out booster reminder cards to ensure your pet is fully protected in future. At a vaccination appointment, we will also check over your pet and give you advice on any problems we find or that you are concerned about.
All routine surgical procedures including neutering, dentistry, lump removal and other soft tissue surgery are carried out at our Bridge of Weir surgery, as well as x-ray examinations and blood and urine testing. If a problem is particularly complex or specialized, we are happy to arrange a referral to an appropriate specialist at Glasgow University Veterinary Hospital or elsewhere.
A veterinary surgeon will be happy to visit your pet in your home if this is required, although we will not have access to all the drugs and equipment available at the surgery. In addition, home visits are subject to higher charges – please enquire for a quotation if required.
We provide a de-matting service for tangled up long haired cats! We can carry out anything from a thorough combing to a complete shave if required. Sedation or anaesthetic can be used if necessary.
Microchipping is routinely available at both surgeries- no anaesthetic is required.
Weight Loss Clinic
Completely free of charge service to existing clients who are looking for help with their dog or cats weight management. Contact the Practice on 01505 690536
to book your spot with our excellent nurse Donna. Each appointment will last 20 minutes and there will be regular follow ups to check progress, get on the scales and check those measurements to ensure your pet reaches the target weight.
We can advise you on the current pet passports regulations including microchipping, rabies vaccination, blood tests and parasitic treatments required.
When the sad day comes, that a beloved pet has to be let go, we carry out the task in a sympathetic manner in the surgery or in the home environment. We can arrange private cremation with return of ashes if desired. Counselling for distressed clients can also be arranged.
The following is just a selection of the equipment which we have in house to provide the best possible local treatment:- X-ray equipment including automatic developer; Idexx blood biochemistry analyzer, anaesthetic equipment for gaseous, intraveneous and local anaethetics, ultra sonic dental scaler and polisher; ecg moniter; ultra sound scanner; blood pressure monitor; microscope; digital weigh scales; urinary refractometer; cryosurgery, opthalmoscopes, auroscopes, and lots more.
We stock a range of pet products and accessories :- cat and dog foods, cat litter, flea and worm products, collars, dental chews, tick removers and many others.
We provide a 24 hour emergency service in conjunction with Glasgow University Small Animal Hospital, Bearsden Road. Glasgow, G61 1QH. In an emergency, please ring the normal surgery number and, if the surgery is closed, you will be given an emergency number to call to obtain veterinary advice and treatment as necessary. Currently, their emergency number is 0141 330 7690
Full computerised records or your pets health are kept to ensure continuity of care.