Culloden Veterinary Clinic

At Culloden, we believe 'small is beautiful'. We may not have the largest building or biggest staff, but we more than compensate by being, we think, the number one vet in Inverness for customer service.




Our opening hours are:

Monday - Thursday 8am-9pm

Friday 8am-7pm

Saturday 9am-12pm and 2pm-5pm

Sunday 9am-12pm and 2pm-5pm


The clinic will be fully staffed during these hours, and outwith these hours, a Culloden vet and nurse are available for clients 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

We are open during Bank Holidays and only close on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day. Even during these three days we are only a phone call away. 


Our aim is to have a relaxed working atmosphere in which we can do our best for our clients and their pets. Since we opened 6 years ago, we have grown into a team of 5 vets, 4 vet nurses, 1 full time and 4 part time secretaries. We continue to register between 30 and 40 new clients every month, and this means that staff numbers, opening hours and services offered will continue to increase.



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We want to keep growing fast, so if you are wondering about moving to Culloden, give us a call, email or call in, have a look around and meet the staff. You are guaranteed a warm welcome.





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