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Brickfield, East Seaton, Aberdeen AB24 1XL, UK – 01224 483624
Wife and I met our best boy here and gave him a loving home. Bring him back here to board when we're on hols. Staff are great and they love every animal under their roof.
went to Mrs Murrays with some Xmas gifts for dogs and cats staff were very friendly and was shown round the kennels very clean 5stars.
c/o Pets at Home, Unit 1B, Beach Boulevard Retail Park, Links Rd, Aberdeen AB11 5EJ, UK – 01224 577930
Great vet. I fully trust them with my dogs health. Ask for John he is amazing you won't regret it.
Absolutely delighted with the service and treatment. Made both myself and my cat feel at ease. I was kept well informed of what would happen and the aftercare was explained brilliantly. The staff were lovely and friendly and very welcoming. I highly recommend.
55 Ellon Rd, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen AB23 8ET, UK – 01224 823227
Love bridge vets best ever staff so nice and friendly always nice and helpful nico can't wait to get in when we get there so relaxed xxxx
My dog normally hates the vet but did so well here. The vet herself was great - professional, thorough , and kind. The rest of the stage were also very pleasant. Couldn't ask for anything more. We will definitely be coming back for all our pets veterinary needs.
10 Belmont Rd, Aberdeen AB25 3SR, UK – 01224 486444
Staff are always so friendly and very good at their jobs. I've taken my kitten there since August last year for her vaccinations and spaying/microchipping, plus an emergency visit that ended up being an infection. In every appointment the vets and vet nurses have been extremely helpful and very clear in the post-care instructions.. plus they give Shiva lots of cuddles when she goes in too!
Overnight my friendly rat went badly downhill I phone at 8 was given an appointment for 8.15. We had been in contact with the vets here throughout her lumpy story (4 in total 2 treated successfully with antibiotics 1 removed surgically 1 ended her life turning out to be cancerous). After the 3rd lump it was agreed we would watch her for more lumps and only take her in when it affected her quality of life. She lived happily with the lump for 3 months before overnight turning from happy to barely able to breathe. We made the heart rending decision to put her to sleep. The vet allowed me time to be with her before taking her to be anesthetised then put to sleep. They made the whole process as painless as possible. If I wished they would have put her to a pet cremation company and tell me about the local pet cemetery I declined this as I have her in my heart I don't need a grave. The vets here know and remember their patients they ask after the other rats in our mischief even the ones never officially seen (I take the mischief in to reduce stress). Highly recommend.