Bilton Veterinary Centre Ltd
259 Bilton Road
Warwickshire CV22 7EQ
Tel: 01788 812650
Fax: 01788 522439
Company Reg No 05143483
Bilton Vets is the longest established Vets in Rugby and surrounding areas. We also provide veterinary care for pets in Hillmorton, Brownsover, Cawston, and the peripheral villages. We pride ourselves in being an independent and locally owned practice. We aim to provide a friendly and compassionate service at all times.
We are seeing more and more animals lately that are not able to be reunited with their owners as the details on the microchip database is out of date. We have compiled a quick and easy guide on how to check and change your details?
Are you pet’s microchip details up to date?
Our monthly £20 voucher draw!
We’re entering the “bestUKvet” competition again and need your reviews! The practice with the most 4 or 5 stars is the winner. Last year we came in the top 25! (Think of it like TripAdvisor for your vets) If we’ve helped you then please leave us a review! Each month, we will randomly select a review and the writer will receive a £20 Practice Voucher!
Have you joined us Facebook yet?
Our vibrant Facebook community continues to grow steadily. We are having some really good feedback about the content we put on, which ranges from Interesting Cases to Funny Stories, and Useful Articles to Photos of the Animals that we look after. Come and join in with us!
FREE consultation voucher for new clients
To welcome new clients to the practice, we are able to offer your first consultation/health check FREE of charge. This gives us a good opportunity to meet you and your pet! Please enter your details here to download your voucher.
We become Rugby’s first “Cat Friendly Practice”
We have recently become the first Veterinary Practice in Rugby to be awarded “Cat Friendly” Status by the International Society of Feline Medicine. Read More about this award and our special cat facilities here.
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Simple steps to helping your arthritic pet
This months blog concentrates on some simple and practical advice about how you can help your older pet manage some of those inevitable aches and pains associated with arthritis.
259 Bilton Road