Why You Should Register with Ashgrove Vets?

At Ashgrove, our team of 7 experienced vets and 6 fully qualified registered veterinary nurses and support staff offer your pet an extensive range of services. We aim to provide modern veterinary care for all pets in full consultation with owners.

Friendly Caring Staff
Happy Pet Club
State of the Art Facility
Wide Range of Species

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Absolutely fantastic vet practice. Containing professional, knowledgeable, caring and experienced vets and nurses, who work tirelessly to ensure the well being of all animals. Pleasant and polite receptionists. Clean, tidy and well organised facilities. Easy appointment bookings. I am extremely lucky to have such an excellent practice to turn to when needed. Highly recommended to anyone who wishes the best for their pet.

Miss J Morris, Aberdeen

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Latest News

  • Firework Season

    Firework season is nearly upon us all once again – Halloween, Guy Fawkes and of course New Year along with other festivities.

    Some cats and dogs are extremely sensitive to the sounds of some of these fireworks and through fear can take flight from their safe houses when they get scared. To ensure your pets are prepared for these sounds, it may be worthwhile trying a de-sensitisation before the event to help with any unexpected noises.

    Follow this link to your free copy of ‘Sounds Scary’ to help your pet through the noisy firework season:
    Sounds Scary

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  • Happy Pet Club

    As we are trying to condition our clients to order Happy Pet Club items in advance, we would kindly request that any flea/wormer requests are made 48 hours before collection by calling the practice on either 01224 486444 (Belmont Road) or 01224 050585 (Peterculter).

    As these items must be dispensed by a Vet, we cannot always guarantee these can made up at short notice – ordering in advance will ensure that any wormer/flea treatments are ready for collection to prevent any unnecessary waiting.

    Thank you for your compliance.

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  • Hot Weather Expected

    Please remember NEVER to leave your dogs in your car in this extremely hot weather we are currently experiencing.

    If your dog is showing signs of heatstroke, please follow the advice on these posters and keep your furry friends safe and enjoy this lovely weather.
    Hot Car Notice
    Signs of Heatstroke
    Summer Safety

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