The Glenthorne Veterinary Group(Cooper and Partners)

Our address:
The Glenthorne Veterinary Group
Derby Rd
Staffordshire, ST14 8EB

Tel: 01889 562164
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Species treated:

This is a mixed practice surgery. We treat all animals, farm, equine and pets.
This is a small animal surgery, we treat all pets
We have a particular interest and experience in the treatment of cattle, deer, goats, sheep.

This surgery is near to these places:

Derbyshire, Norbury, Snelston, Edlaston, Roston, Mayfield, Calwich, Clifton, Ashbourne, Boylestone, Yeaveley, Upper Mayfield, Okeover, Alkmonton, Sudbury, Middle Mayfield, Doveridge, Wyaston, Marston Montgomery, Darley Moor, Rodsley, Ellastone, Osmaston, Mappleton, Somersal Herbert, Cubley, Coton-in-The-clay, Draycott-in-The-clay, Stoke-on-Trent, Lower Leigh, Leigh, Alton, Hollington, Checkley, Upper Leigh, Church Leigh, Lower Tean, Stafford, Fradswell, The Blythe, Chartley, Drointon, Grindley, Staffordshire, Newton Hurst, Scounslow Green, Newton, Field, Newborough, Kiddlestitch, Uttoxeter, Fole, Kingstone, Croxden, Lower Loxley, Gratwich, Denstone, Crakemarsh, Doveleys, Stubwood, Rocester, Combridge, Gorsty Hill, Dapple Heath, Prestwood, Beamhurst, Marchington, Spath, Stramshall, Bramshall, Loxley, Willslock, Highwood, Marchington Cliff

Practice Interests:

Complementary medicineOrthopaedic SurgeryRadiologyReproduction

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