The Huntingdon surgery has been in the same location on St John’s Street for over 100 years. The surgery has 2 vet consulting rooms, a nurse consult room and the Buttons Bradley Room. It has its own car park opposite the entrance of the surgery. As part of the 2011 extension work at the Huntingdon hospital they built the ‘Buttons Bradley Room’. This room was named after a dear client, Mrs Bradley and her pet poodle ‘Buttons’ who left the clinic a legacy in her Will. The room is a quiet and peaceful place where clients can spend time visiting their ill pets or spend the last few precious moments saying goodbye.
The surgery in Huntingdon was one of the first in the country to become accredited by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons as a Small Animal Veterinary Hospital to which they are very proud. During the week they have 2 Vets performing booked procedures (such as neutering, dentals, x-rays and lump removals) and one Vet looking after all the in-patients and providing care to any emergency cases.
This practice is Vetsure Accredited. Click here to find out more about The Vetsure Network.