Ashcroft Veterinary Surgery - Cirencester Surgery

 
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Elliott Road , Love Lane, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1YS, United Kingdom
01285 653683
01285 653747
Ashcroft Veterinary Surgery - Cirencester Surgery

Ashcroft Veterinary Surgery is an independent, friendly, family run Practice based in the Cotswolds providing the full range of medical and surgical facilities in a relaxed and caring environment. Our surgeries are fully equipped, all easily accessible with free parking.

We aim to provide a flexible personal service, we have a pet ambulance for home visits, transport of patients and supplies and being independently run means we are able to accommodate all our clients’ needs. A dedicated 24hr emergency service ensures that help is only ever a phone call away.

Following our recent inspection by the Royal College our accreditation to Small Animal Practice Standards has been renewed. This means you can be sure that your pets are receiving the highest quality care. With surgeries in Cirencester, Tetbury and South Cerney, we can care for pets across the South Cotswolds.

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Disappointing operation aftercare
Fine for basic treatment but for anything more complicated I would go elsewhere. Our female spaniel ruptured her cruciate ligament just before Christmas and so had a lateral suture operation in early January. We took our dog back for regular check ups and started hydrotherapy too but we were worried with the lack of progress she seemed to be making. The hydrotherapist also voiced their concern so we returned to the vet only to be told that our dog was very timid, not in pain and there was nothing wrong. Rather exasperated we decided to seek a second opinion and so went to see another vet. After a very brief examination we were told us that the suture had failed and the dog was clearly in pain probably due to an infection in the knee. We decided to leave Ashcroft Surgery and now after an extended course of antibiotics and another operation we hope our dog is on the road to a full recovery.
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