We are open for essential care only
In line with government guidelines, we are only offering medically essential appointments, so please contact the practice team before travelling. Our opening hours may also vary, so please monitor our webpage to keep up to date with the latest information.
We are taking steps to help keep you and our colleagues safe:
- If you do need to visit, we ask that only one person per pet comes along, to help reduce the number of people in the waiting area at any one time.
- Social distancing is crucial at this time. When arriving, you may be required to call ahead and wait to be invited in by a member of our team. You will be informed if this is necessary when you call us to make your appointment.
- Once inside the practice, we ask that you please respect a two metre distance from our colleagues and other clients.
- We are only accepting card payments to help minimise contact between you and our colleagues.
- If you can’t visit the practice and are concerned about your pet’s health, please contact us to discuss available options.
We will continue to share regular updates here and on our Facebook page. We thank you for your patience at this time.
Meet the team
I grew up in Aberdeenshire and studied Veterinary Medicine & Surgery at the University of Glasgow, graduating in 2002.
I spent 18 months working in a small animal and equine practice in Northumberland, before coming home to be closer to my family and friends.
For the last 16 years I have been working in small animal practice in Aberdeenshire.
Although I enjoy all aspects of my job, if I had to choose my favourite areas they would be internal medicine and working with small furries. I very much enjoy getting to know clients and their pets and being part of their journey together.
In my spare time I enjoy pilates, baking and getting out into the countryside with our 2 children and our Labrador. I also have 2 rabbits, 3 piggies and a cat.
Student Veterinary Nurse
Client Care Advisor
Client Care Advisor
Client Care Advisor
I grew up in Aberdeenshire and studied Sports Coaching at College.
After that, I started my 15 year career in the leisure industry. I began as a lifeguard and I worked my way up to a managerial position. Now I have transferred my skills over to the veterinary profession. I previously work at Inverurie Vets4Pets as Practice Manager before starting at Aberdeen and Bridge of Don. My aim for both practices is to building a great team to help to keep your pets happy and healthy.
In my spare time I walk our dog Murphy and spend quality time with my family.
Vets4Pets Aberdeen is committed to bringing you affordable, high quality care via a modern, well equipped practice, including a lab, pharmacy, digital x-ray and ultrasound. Plus, on site car parking too!
The friendly team can't wait to meet all of their new clients!
Dental X-RayUnlike humans, dogs need to be under general anesthesia for dental X-rays. Anesthesia is considered to be a safe procedure and will be performed after a general examination. It is tailored to the individual and your dog is continuously monitored during the dental exam.
Emergency coverEven if we are closed, we have your pet covered.
OrthopaedicsSurgery of joints and bones.
Operating TheatreAn operating theatre with gaseous anaesthetic facility for surgical procedures.
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Digital X-RayDigital X ray equipment is available.
Isolation UnitA special ward to care for animals with contagious diseases.
Blood Pressure MonitorUsed to measure the range of blood pressure as a preventative treatment to identify early signs of systemic hypertension.
UltrasoundGenerates 2-D moving images of your pet’s internal organs at work.
BiochemistryAllows an assessment of the functionality of a patients organs.
HaematologyAllows the assessment of a patient's blood and blood cells.
ElectrolyteEnables the assessment of critical blood chemicals such as sodium and potassium.
In-house LaboratoryA range of analytical tests and equipment to assist in the rapid diagnosis of illness.
Exotic PetCan see a range of patients, from small animals through to reptiles.
AcupunctureAcupuncture has evolved from the ancient art of placing needles into particular locations on the body in order to alleviate pain, improve recovery rates and increase resistance to disease. It has been practised by the Chinese and other Eastern cultures for thousands of years and may be used to treat a wide variety of illnesses in people and animals.
DentistryThe treatment and prevention of dental disease
Puppy & Kitten Pack
Starter pack protection
Best Start in Life
Complete Care Senior
Flea & Worm Pack