24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICES are provided by our practices.
Clients will not be referred to an external group or corporate practice
Priors Leaze Veterinary Centre, Nutbourne was designed and created from one of Loveders barns in November 1983. The 'farm character' of the surrounding barns has been incorporated in the external appearance of the appearance of the veterinary centre to give a continued rural appeal. There is a large car park which will accommodate horse boxes and trailers for treatment on site. Priors Leaze Veterinary Centre has been an approved Training and Assessment Practice since 1991 and is regulated by the stringent criteria set down by The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.
Rowlands Castle Veterinary
Clinic was designed and created from an existing drug store
by the proprietor in July 2001. The clinic over the last two hundred
years has been a house, a bakery and laterally stables for the horses
for the Robin Hood pub which was formerly The Railway inn.
The Clinic is situated on "The Green" at Rowlands Castle, which is historically one of the oldest village green in Hampshire. The green and it's surroundings are very picturesque which enhances the very good village atmosphere that also exists. Staff accommodation is available above the clinic.
In 2008 both practices became Small Animal Accredited Practices under the RCVS Practice Standards Scheme