Monday to Thursday - 8.00am to 9.00pm
Friday - 8.00am to 7.00pm
Saturday and Sunday - 9.00am to 12.00pm and 2.00pm to 5.00pm
Culloden Veterinary Clinic
Culloden Veterinary Clinic is the very first purpose built, small animal veterinary practice north of Aberdeen. Ever!
We moved into our new premises five years ago and currently there are five vets, four vet nurses, one full time and four part time secretaries. We are always available to talk to and you won't be rushed out. We have standard fifteen minute appointments, or longer if necessary. We use honesty, openness and niceness combined with a bit of knowledge. Above all we pride ourselves on being a friendly and welcoming place for you and your pet.
The building has been designed with two consulting rooms, a reception area and waiting room, offices, full surgical facilities, recovery kennels, x-ray department and in-house laboratory. Our building is also fully compliant to legal disabled requirements, with ample parking available. It has been designed to accommodate veterinary teams of three :- one vet, one vet nurse and one secretary. Our aim is to grow as far as is possible into a practice that doesn't close. Open 24 hours a day, with surgery performed at night, the clinic would be fully staffed at all times.
If you or your pet currently find going to the vets stressful or worrying for any reason, if you have any questions or would just like happy, friendly staff then come visit us at Culloden Vets. You can contact any member of staff via email, or by picking up the phone.
Here at Culloden Vets we take great care in making sure your animal receives the best possible treatment. Sometimes we will refer certain cases to a Vet who specialises in that particular area for a professional assessment.
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