• Pub Quiz - 11 May 2017

    We are having a Pub Quiz on Thursday 11 May 2017 to support our Moonwalk to raise funds for Breast Cancer in the Ashgrove Lounge, Belmont Road, Aberdeen, at 7.15pm.

    Entry fee – £10.00 for a team of 4 people. Please come along and help us make this a fun night so gather your friends and family together to help raise as much as we can for this very worthy cause.

    If you are interested in this night, please contact reception on 01224 486444 before Tuesday 9 May 17 so we can collate numbers to cater for. Thank you.

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    As some of you may already be aware, we currently have one of our Veterinary Surgeons receiving treatment for Breast Cancer and so we have decided to put a team together in aid of this very worthwhile charity. We will be walking the Moonwalk (26 miles) in Edinburgh at Midnight on Saturday 10 June 2017.

    We are organising a few things in the forthcoming weeks:-

    A training walk is arranged for Sunday 30 April 2017 from Duthie Park – Allan Park – Duthie Park – anyone wishing to join us on this walk and support this charity is more than welcome to come along with their furry friends – all donations received from this will be gratefully received.

    Car Boot and Quiz Poster

    A Quiz Night is to be held at The Ashgrove Lounge, Belmont Road, Aberdeen, on Thursday 11 May 2017 at 7.15pm.
    Entry Fee will be £10.00 for teams of 4 people – snacks will be available. Please let us know at reception or via our Facebook page if you are interested so we have an idea of numbers / teams.

    Donations can also be made via our Facebook page or by following the link …

    Thanking everyone in advance.

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  • Petplan Award Nominations

    We are very pleased to announce that a pleasant surprise came through the post last week.

    Nominations were received from for:
    Practice of the Year
    Vet of the Year – Kevin Barclay and Scott B Lawson
    Practice Manager of the Year – Brenda Thomson
    Veterinary Nurse of the Year – Fiona Beverly and Jacqueline Don
    Practice Support Staff of the Year – Diane McBain

    We would like to thank all of our clients who have nominated us for these awards – we are very humbled and excited.

    Petplan Award Pic

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  • Position Filled

    We are pleased to announce that the position we advertised a few weeks ago has now been filled.

    We would like to thank everyone who took the time to submit their CV’s and letters regarding this position. We had a very difficult decision to make in view of the numerous applicants received. Thank you to all involved.

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  • Be Part of the 'A' Team!

  • An exciting opportunity has arisen for the following:-

    Part Time Phone Answerer/ Administrator in our busy Veterinary Practice.

    Specific hours required: 4pm – 7pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. More hours may be available, if required. Excellent phone manner and organisational skills essential. Must be computer literate. Experience a bonus – but not necessary as full training will be given.

    Apply with a covering letter and your CV to our Practice Manager. or give us a call on 01224 486 444 for further information.


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  • Opening Hours - New Year 2017

    Ashgrove Vets and their staff would like to wish all our clients and their pets a very Happy New Year and all the best for 2017.

    Please try to keep your pets safe tonight from fireworks and all the goodies which are available (eg Christmas cake, alcohol, decorations, etc).

    Our hours of business for the following few days are as follows:-

    Saturday 31st: 8am -4pm
    Sunday 1st: CLOSED
    Monday 2nd: CLOSED
    Tuesday 3rd: 8am – 4pm
    Wednesday 4th: Open as normal (8am -7pm)

    As always, if your pet requires any emergency treatments during our closed hours please contact our usual telephone number 01224 486 444. You will then be transferred to our on-call emergency line. Should you prefer to contact Vets Now direct, their number is 01224 379091.

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    That time of year is upon us again where some pets are terrified at the sound of fireworks.

    If your pet suffers from a phobia of these, please contact reception for further information or to make an appointment with our Registered Veterinary Nurses who will be able to advise you.

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  • Importance of ID Chipping Your Pet

    We cannot highlight enough the importance of having your cat (indoor or outdoor), dog or rabbit microchipped. This is the only way you can be 100% sure of identifying your pet and being reunited with them in the event of them going missing.

    As you all know it is now a legal requirement for all dogs to be microchipped however this sadly does not apply to cats or rabbits.

    Microchips are still on offer with us until the end of October at a reduced price of £15.00 – a small price to pay for being re-united with your beloved pet.

    Please contact us on 01224 486444 to take advantage of this offer or if there is any further information you require.

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  • April = Golden Oldies Month

    Did you know that 33% of cats over 7 are starting to show signs of arthritis; and as many as 90% of cats over the age of 12 have arthritis?

    Would you know the signs to look out for? Have a look at our handy checklist below to see if any apply to your cat or dog.

    Arthritis in Cats

    Arthritis in Dogs

    Our nurses run free senior health checks for our golden oldies so please call us on 01224 486444 to make an appointment to discuss your pet’s needs in their senior years.

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    Further to our post below, please remember that if your dog’s booster is overdue or you have missed it completely and have to re-start again, you can do this by taking advantage of our SPECIAL OFFER during MARCH only by re-starting the whole vaccine course for the cost of a booster (£38.00).

    If you do not want to miss this offer, please contact the practice in 01224 486444 and we can offer an appointment to you.

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