VetSavers Northampton

Our address:
VetSavers Northampton
Southfield Road
Duston
Northampton
Northamptonshire, NN5 6HN

Tel: 01604 637175

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General information about this Surgery:

Friendly local and knowledgeable Vets that offers services to both private and PetAid registered clients.

large practice with 6 consult rooms, three operating theatres, two kennel wards, digital x-ray, ultrasound and lab all on site.

Species treated:

We treat the full range of pets at this surgery
We don't treat farm animals or equine
We have a particular interest and experience in the treatment of backyard poultry, cats, dogs, ferrets, guinea pigs, rabbits, small furries.

This surgery is near to these places:

Northampton (Centre), Northampton, Denton, Dallington, Little Billing, Far Cotton, Delapre, Billing Park, Milton Malsor, Yardley Hastings, Piddington, Rothersthorpe, Semilong, Abington, Cliftonville, Cogenhoe, Swan Valley, Collingtree, Weston Favell, Preston Deanery, Courteenhall, Wootton, Roade, New Hackleton, Brafield On The Green, Great Houghton, Quinton, Hackleton, Hardingstone, Little Houghton, Great Billing, Horton

Our surgery Covers:

Backyard poultryCatsDogsFerretsGuinea PigsRabbitsSmall Furries

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Opening times:

Monday - Friday 9am - 7pm

Saturday 9am - 1pm

Parking:

Free private car park for clients to the front of the building

Practice Standards:

Mobile Services

No mobile services available.

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"sweep"

simply the best,looked and still looks after my cocker spanial sweep, she has had a lot of problems as shes got older with having to have teeth removed, an eye removed and now her other eye is not too great but the vets persist and keep on working on her,she is soon 15 so quite an old lady but still our baby, very sorry to hear that they will no longer do pdsa work but wish them all the best in the future

"My dog Snaps"

I can not thank the people at pdsa more for what they did for my baby boy, he was so unwell i took him to a different vet on the saturday morning 18/1/14 who looked my snaps over , we told him how we thought he was blind and that he couldnt stand on his own and was going to the toilet everywhere and she didnt check his eye but gave him some medicine for atheritis then she couldnt seem to get us out quick enough to get the money , we then took him home where he rapidly went down hill over the space of 3-4 hours, we then phoned the psda who was brilliant and allowed us to bring him straight over, the girls there were amazing they hung on our every word as we described how unwell he was, they checked him over and told us he was blind and seemed to have a brain tumour which was heartbreaking, they waited for us to ask for him to be but down and did not pressure us into anything, they asked us if we would like to be left with him and they left us for about a hour maybe longer with him , they made us a hot drink and didnt rush us to leave , they answered all questions given to them with out delay, they left us a booklet to discuss in our own time to decide what we wanted to do with him after he had passed and waited for us to talk about it. they made his last moments of life the most relaxed and comftable and i cant thank them enough for there service.they wrapped my boy up in my blanket at my request so he was all warm and covered up so i could take him home to bury, i thank you for the amazing service you did for my boy on behalf of him myself and my mother i really cant thank you enough for what you did, forever grateful Alex Crouch

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