Scott Mitchell & Associates

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Scott Mitchell & Associates
The Auction Mart
Tyne Green
Northumberland, NE46 3SG

Tel: 01434 608999

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Species treated:

We don't treat small animals at this surgery
We don't treat farm animals or equine

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"Cocker puppy"

We left our son in charge of our young cocker spaniel,and unfortunately the dog managed to sneakily eat a large bar of chocolate.This was was dealt with swiftly,professionally and calmly,by this vets.Our pup is fine and we will only take him to this vets.

"Excellent care given"

I have recently changed to this practice and am so pleased I did. The vets who have treated my new rescue dog have been so attentive, patient and respectful of my dog and of me! I have been able to get a same day appointment when Ive rang and each vet has taken time and great care to explain the possible causes of and treatment for my pets problem. A really caring and friiendly practice. Highly recommended.

"Great vets"

Have competently cared for our cats and dogs for over 7 years. Always contactable and interested (even on Sundays!).


5* service

"fantastic horse vets"

every vet i have met from this practice is friendly, very helpful and is very professional. they have helped me twice now with my horse once in an emergency case and i would never use any other vets now. keep up the good work

"my dog"

I have found the vet and staff to be extremely kind, helpful & efficient.


Very sympathetic vet who empathises with my dog. Excellent caring practice.

Scott Mitchell & Associates


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