Radford Road Vets(branch of Broad Lane Vets)

Our address:
Radford Road Vets
Radford Road
Coventry
West Midlands, CV6 3AA

Tel: 02476 598828
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Practice Web Site (www.broadlanevets.co.uk/)

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General information about this Surgery:

Award winning, local family run veterinary practice, situated on the corner of Radford Road and Beake Avenue, opposite the common. No appointment needed - just pop along during our opening hours.

Our friendly and dedicated team look forward to meeting you and your pet.

Species treated:

This is a small animal surgery, we treat all pets
We have a particular interest and experience in the treatment of ferrets, guinea pigs, rabbits.
We treat indigenous wildlife without charge.

This surgery is near to these places:

Coventry, Keresley, Keresley End, Coventry Walsgrave Triangle, Allesley, Corley, Walsgrave, Eastern Green, Walsgrave On Sowe, Ash Green, Aldermans Green, Fillongley

Our surgery Covers:

FerretsGuinea PigsRabbits

Opening times:

OPENING TIMES

MON to FRI 9.00am - 10.00am and 4.00pm - 6.00pm

Reception open 9.00am - 11.30am and 3.30pm - 6.00pm

SATURDAY 11.00am - 12:30pm

Open Surgery (no appointment required)

In case of emergency telephone : 02476 464789

Staff Qualifications

Fully qualified Veterinary Acupuncturist available

Practice Standards:

Mobile Services

No mobile services available.

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A lovely kind and caring vet - would certainly recommend this practice

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