Astonlee Veterinary Hospital takes pride in offering an unrivalled service to pets and their owners. We are able to treat most household animals, and have veterinarians working around the clock, 7 days a week. The practice was founded with the intention of providing the very best veterinary care to the community, and this has spread across the country. Our experience totals around 35 years, and people from around the UK now bring their dogs to us. They trust in our pioneering cranial cruciate ligament treatment, and believe that it’s the best chance their 4-legged friend has.
As the only 24 hour service Veterinary Hospital in the Milton Keynes area manned by our own staff on our own premises, we are available when you need us. No-one is able to predict when you’ll need a vet, and that’s why our nurses and veterinary surgeons are available around the clock.
The practice was established in 1986, and since then we have provided high-quality care to animals from across Buckinghamshire. Our owner, Dr Paul Manning, has more than 35 years of experience, and utilises that to give you the best possible service. We use tried-and-tested methods to get results, and have faith in the techniques that we use.
From pythons to pugs, we deal with all manner of animals. While we specialise in performing cranial cruciate ligament surgery on dogs, our highly-skilled veterinarians have experience in a number of areas. Whatever you need, our experienced team are ready to help. We look after:
We’ve won an ‘Investor in People’ silver award for the services that we provide at our practice. We're also a Gold Standard Cat Friendly Practice, as recognised by International Cat Care. This reiterates the level of care we provide to the animals that we treat and their owners.
As well as our awards, which we’re immensely proud of, we are also accredited by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, and part of the British Veterinary Hospital Association. Links like these allow us to grow as a practice, providing a greater service to the people of the UK.
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