Cambridge Veterinary Group

Our address:
Cambridge Veterinary Group
89a Cherry Hinton Road
Cambridgeshire, CB1 7BS

Tel: 01223 249331
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General information about this Surgery:

The practice was originally set up in Cambridge by John Grieve in 1971 and provided care for both pets and farm animals. Over the years the practice has undergone several transformations to become what is now known as Cambridge Veterinary Group. In August 2012 John sold the practice to Lucy Crosby, who has been working as a veterinary surgeon at Cambridge Veterinary Group since 2007. 

We are a small animal practice with a special interest in exotic species and have vivariums and heated bird cages to cater for these species. The clinic has been purpose designed to provide quality facilities for animal care, and includes a large car park, puppy school and garden. We are situated down a long driveway off Cherry Hinton Road in a peaceful garden setting.

Species treated:

We treat the full range of pets at this surgery
We don't treat farm animals or equine
We have particular interest and experience in treating avian (bird), exotic species.
We have a particular interest and experience in the treatment of backyard poultry, cage and aviary birds, cats, dogs, ferrets, guinea pigs, parrots and cockatiels, rabbits, reptiles, small furries.
We treat indigenous wildlife.

Additional Practice Details


This surgery is near to these places:

Cambridge (Centre), Cambridge, Comberton, Cherry Hinton, Babraham, Little Shelford, Harston, Pampisford, Coton, Newton, Hauxton, Harlton, Sawston, Trumpington, Grantchester, Great Eversden, Abington, Barton, Little Eversden, Little Wilbraham, Great Wilbraham, Stapleford, Cambourne, Fulbourn, Great Shelford, Haslingfield, Teversham, Whittlesford

Our surgery Covers:

Backyard poultryCage and aviary birdsCatsDogsFerretsGuinea PigsParrots and CockatielsRabbitsReptilesSmall FurriesAvian (Bird)Exotic

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Practice Interests:

AnaesthesiaCardiologyDermatology (skin problems)NeurologyOphthalmologyOrthopaedic SurgeryPathologyRadiologySoft Tissue SurgeryPet Food

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Opening times:

Monday8:30 am6:30 pm
Tuesday8:30 am6:30 pm
Wednesday8:30 am6:30 pm
Thursday8:30 am6:30 pm
Friday8:30 am6:30 pm


On-site, free parking available.

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My dog Chester went because he had a lump on his leg. I took him on the Wednesday for a check and they said they will have to put him to sleep to do an X-ray . On the Friday they did this and to cut the long story short...they phoned us while he was under saying it was an aggressive tumour, the cancer was dealt with there and then! He now has 3 legs but is still our Chester. My husband and I can't thank the people involved enough for their fast thinking and for most of all saving our dog x x x

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