Glossop 01457 852367
Chapel-en-le-Frith 01298 812066

Passionate about pets…

As a pet owner, it’s really important to keep up with the routine health care that will help your pet stay in great shape and at Victoria Vets we care about your pets as much as you do!

We offer all the facilities and services you’d expect:

  • FREE nurse health check for all new pets registered
  • Preventative care – vaccinations, worming, flea treatment, dental checks
  • Microchipping
  • Spays and castrations
  • Puppy parties
  • Weight management clinics
  • Emergency care

We know that owning a pet can be expensive, so we have regular offers for some of the most common treatments.

We have:

  • Two operating theatres, fully equipped with modern anaesthetic equipment and monitoring facilities.
  • Separate dog, cat and isolation wards to reduce stress and any risk of infection. All are safe, comfortable and warm.
  • X-ray facilities with instant results.
  • ECG heart monitoring equipment with a computerised link to a cardiology specialist.
  • Extensive laboratory with a full range of equipment for same day results.
  • Ultrasound and endoscopes available for non-invasive internal investigations.
  • Ultrasonic dental equipment, for your pet’s dental hygiene

You’ll find more details of both our regular and special offers on our current deals on the right or in the News and Fun section. There’s also plenty of information on vaccinations, worming, flea control, first aid, insurance and a whole host of other subjects on our Info & Fact Sheets section.

Regular clinic events

Our team of nurses run regular clinics covering a broad range of topics such as dental hygiene, nutrition, weight management and senior health. Every month we have a “puppy party” for recently registered puppies and we offer free kitten clinics. Please ask at reception to book a place or to find out more.

Emergency care

Accidents and sickness can happen at any time. So it’s reassuring to know that Victoria Vets is there for you every hour of the day and night.

What do I do?
If something happens to your pet, you want to know what to do – fast. Our highly qualified vets are available 24-Hours, to help you every step of the way.

Step 1: Act immediately
If your pet is in distress, lethargic or giving cause for concern, it’s important to get expert advice straight away. Waiting for normal business hours prolongs your pet’s suffering and could seriously compromise its health. To talk to the Vet, call the number below:

01457 852367

Have a pen and paper at hand because if the surgery is closed, the answerphone will give you another number to call which will be answered by our emergency answering service. The vet will be paged and will call you back within minutes.

Step 2: Know the facts
When the vet calls back, help your pet by passing on all the information you can. Remember, this can save time in the long run, so do try to remain calm.

Step 3: Take good advice
Following the guidance offered will help to ensure that your pet doesn’t suffer further distress or injury in the course of getting assistance. If in doubt, don’t move your pet, but keep it warm and comforted.

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