Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons
Information on RCVS Accreditation of this practice.
Out of hours service: Vets Now
Our dedicated out of hours services means that you can access emergency treatment at any time, confident that the team are fresh, caring and specifically trained in emergency medicine and surgery. Call our normal number and you will be automatically connected out of hours and given a choice of emergency clinics to attend.
Vets Now website
If you are interested in getting a new dog please remember all the unwanted animals that are handed into our local rescue kennels. Appledown Rescue Kennels in Eaton Bray successfully rehomes 400-500 animals a year. Julie and her staff are highly experienced and caring and really do all they can to offer all the dogs the best possible second chance. Visit their website for more information.
Association of British Veterinary Acupuncturists
Representing Veterinary Surgeons who have an interest in and are trained in the use of acupuncture in animals in the UK and Europe. Visit the Association of British Veterinary Acupuncturists website.
Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund
The Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund are currently running the ‘a Hutch is not enough’ campaign to raise awareness of the poor conditions in which many rabbits are kept. Visit the RWAF website for more details.
Dog Trainers in the local area:
Rachel Hopton Canine Training (Wilstone and Tringford)
Kimberley Cox Dog Training School (Wing, Stowe, Saunderton
Kennels in the local area:
Appledown Boarding Kennels (Eaton Bray)
Horton Dale Kennels (Horton, Leighton Buzzard) 01296 668379
Please note: Although we have put careful thought into the businesses that are featured on this page, Ark House Vets can take no responsibility for any of these companies or the services they provide.