Bath Vets was formed in 2004 as a collection of local practices serving Bath and surrounding areas - allowing the sharing of knowledge and resources yet remaining local, personal and part of their community.
The surgeries are headed by Rosemary Lodge Veterinary Hospital - a 24 hour emergency centre with state-of-the-art equipment and one of the UK's leading referral hospitals.
Charity of the Year
As well as their commitment to us professionally as our resident vets, Bath Vets always think of us outside of their everyday role. The team have nominated us as their Charity of the Year since 2012 and have raised almost £13,500 for us so far through various fundraising events including...
Kennel Break - Graham Avent, Holly Mitchell, Clare Watters, Heidi Richards Gwen Cardiff and Tracey Farion have all taken part in this corporate challenge.
Bath Half Marathon eight staff from Bath Vets have ran the race for us over the last few years.
Collection cans are placed at all practices
Boards and leaflets are displayed at practices featuring our events and animals, helping to promote our charitable work.
Talks: Bath Vets have ran several talks to raise funds for the Home over the last few years. Vets Holly and Heidi have given a First Aid for Pets talk for several years running and Lauren Foster from Rosemary Lodge Hospital gave a talk on physiotherapy and hydrotherapy for dogs.
Rosemary Lodge, Wellsway, Bath BA2 5RL
Beaufort Veterinary Surgery, 4 beaufort East, London Road, Bath BA1 6QD
Oldfield Park Veterinary Surgery, 4 Third Avenue, Oldfield Park, Bath BA2 3NY
Station Road Veterinary Surgery, 15a/15b Station Road, Lower Weston, Bath BA1 3DY
Marshfield Veterinary Surgery, 57 High Street, Marshfield SN14 8LR
The Chapel Veterinary Surgery, Forest Road, Melksham, Wiltshire SN12 7AA
Peasedown Veterinary Surgery, 46 Bath Road, Peasedown St John, Bath BA2 8DL
Saltford Veterinary Surgery, 478b Bath Road, Saltford, Bristol BS31 3DJ