Services & Facilities of Bollington Veterinary Centre

We aim to provide high quality veterinary medical and surgical care for domestic animals in a relaxed and pleasant environment.

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Friendly and Approachable Qualified Staff

Our staff are always available to help and provide advice. We believe that by always seeing the same vet, better relationships develop between clients, animals and the vet, allowing a higher standard of clinical care.

Medical and Surgical Equipment

We have a large purpose built and fully equipped surgery to deal with most medical and surgical cases. This includes:

The latest anaesthetic agents with comprehensive monitoring equipment

On site X-rays with the latest digital technology

Ultrasound scanner

Electrocardiogram (ECG) equipment

Blood Pressure Monitoring

Ultrasonic dental hygiene equipment

In-house Laboratory

A comprehensive laboratory allowing blood tests to be conducted on site giving results quickly and accurately. We can test blood biochemistries, haematology, electrolytes and urine samples.

Hospitalisation facilities

We have separate dog and cat kennelling to ensure a relaxed stay whilst awaiting surgery or receiving medical treatments or investigations.

Free nursing clinics

Offering advice and recommendations on dental hygiene, diet, pet insurance, flea and worm control.

PET passports

All our vets are DEFRA ‘Official Veterinary Surgeons’ enabling them to give rabies vaccinations and issue Pet Passports. See further information under client factsheets

Parking

Bollington Veterinary Centre has a large car park situated immediately adjacent to the practice. The branch practice at Tytherington has a large amount of parking available shared with the shopping centre. Both clinics are located close to the Middlewood Way allowing for a pleasant walk to the Vets!

Home visits

Home visits are available during the day at an additional cost. Please bear in mind that it is usually beneficial for your pet to be seen at the surgery as animals are often more difficult to examine in their home environment, and it is impossible to bring all of our diagnostic equipment and drugs with us. However, we appreciate that there are certain occasions when home visits are appropriate.