Bruceview Veterinary Clinic

Bruceview Veterinary Clinic

 
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Contact

  • Website
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  • Phone
    01786 815560
  • Fax
    01786 817733
  • Social

Animals Treated

BirdCats & DogsSmall Animals

Location

  • Address
    150 Glasgow Road Whins of Milton Stirling FK7 0LJ, FK7 0LJ

Accreditations

  • RCVS Accredited
    Yes

Surgery Times

  • 24 Hr Veterinry Care
    No

Welcome to our page!  Our purpose built clinic is situated close to the Bannockburn Heritage Centre. It offers excellent facilities, including a large private car park, full disabled access and, of course, friendly staff who look forward to welcoming you and your pet.

Inside, you will find a large reception area with plenty of room at those busy times, and a selection of treats and toys. We have three consulting rooms and a laboratory to enable us to perform in-house blood and urine tests and microscopy.

Through the back is our prep/treatment room, dispensary, two operating theatres, x-ray suite and kenneling.  Outside we have a secure 'run' so dogs can be safely taken out to relieve themselves and this is also ideal area for those particularly worried dogs to be seen in a more relaxed way.

Out of hours emergencies will be seen at Broadleys Vet Hospital.  We are part of the Vet999 emergency service where vets and nurses are employed to provide dedicated emergency care for a number of local practices. 

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We had a very bad experience with the vets in this practice, our dog collapsed after prolonged treatment and the reason was not identifed in-house.

After a referral to a veterinary university hospital, our dog was diagnosed and recovered quickly. Unfortunately there is no way of the general public knowing how frequently these type of errors occur at practices but they can be reported to the RCVS.
 
1.7
Reviewed by Sparkling Diamond December 29, 2012
Last updated: September 23, 2014

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We had a very bad experience with the vets in this practice, our dog collapsed after prolonged treatment and the reason was not identifed in-house.

After a referral to a veterinary university hospital, our dog was diagnosed and recovered quickly. Unfortunately there is no way of the general public knowing how frequently these type of errors occur at practices but they can be reported to the RCVS.

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