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    Veterinary care in Ashbourne

    Blenheim Veterinary Centre has been providing veterinary care in the market town of Ashbourne, and surrounding areas of Derbyshire since 1st July 2002. We are a thriving mixed practice - catering for not only domestic species such as cats and dogs, but also horses and a large variety of farm animals.

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      A reason to visit us

      Blenheim veterinary centre offers excellent veterinary care within our modern state of the art facility, but retains that friendly welcoming atmosphere of a small town community practice.

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      Quality care

      Our highly trained compassionate staff are available to help and guide you on all matter veterinary. We are an established veterinary nurse training centre and have been awarded Tier 2 standard for small animal care under the royal college of veterinary surgeons accredited practice scheme.

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      Out of Hours care!

      Blenheim veterinary centre offers a 24 hour service 365 days a year all based at our own clinic by our own staff.

    Repeat Prescriptions

    To improve our service to clients and to avoid long wait times, we would kindly ask if owners could order repeat prescriptions for their pets 24 hours in advance so they may be dispensed and checked. Please note, drugs that require ordering are normally in the next day with the exception of Fridays; orders placed on Friday are not with us until the following Monday.

    Emergency?!

    Telephone (24hr Service): 01335 342111

    Surgery Opening Hours

    Consultations:

    • Monday - Friday: 08:30 - 10:30am, 16:00 - 18:00pm.
    • Saturday Morning: 09:00 - 12:00am.
    • Appointments only but emergencies will be seen at any time.
    • We do our own out of hours work.
    • Plenty of free parking in front, and to the rear of the surgery.

    Reasons to call us

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    Everyone at Blenheim, the receptionists, nurses and vets, is very animal orientated - the animal care comes first before any other considerations.