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Ashman Jones Veterinary Clinic
Bath Vets - Ashman Jones Veterinary Clinic are Independent family Bath vets who genuinely care about you and your pets. Bath vets who have been voted for by local Bath pet owners as one of the TOP 5 local vets in the UK.
Our difference - Vets in Bath recommended by our Bath customers
We're a small team who realise that your pet isn't just a cat, dog, snake or gerbil,but an important part of your family. We believe it's important to get to know you and your animals, so that you'll see familiar, friendly faces every time you come in for a consultation.
Our expertise - Ashman Jones Vets in Bath have lots of very positive online feedback from their customers. Take a look at their reviews.
The practice is run by Vets Pip Ashman and Murray Jones who have more than 27 years combined experience with small animals. Supported by two professional veterinary nurses and a dedicated receptionist, they provide the highest standards of small animal medicine and surgery to keep you abreast of all available treatment options. Murray and Pip will also support you through important decisions.
As a tight team who care for your pets and know them personally, Ashman Jones vets in Bath can keep a close eye on your case every step of the way, referring your pet to a specialist when necessary.
Some of our vet treatments and services include:
•Vaccinations and neutering
•Free nurse clinics, free first consult and £10 visits from 11am to 4pm Monday to Thursday
•24 hour emergency service from the London Road
To find out more, please give us a call on Bath (01225) 446 269, or come and meet us at 22-23 Walcot Buildings, London Road, Bath, BA1 6AD.
FOR OUR 24 HR BATH VETS EMERGENCY SERVICE PLEASE CALL 01225 446269
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