Wouldn't you like to go to a practice which treats you and your pets as friends, rather than as a 'case'?

Our staff members endeavour to provide good quality veterinary care, whilst always taking into consideration our clients and patients’ best interests. We treat your pets as if they were our own, a passion for pets and their well-being characterises our veterinary health care team.

Based in Lees, Oldham, we are proud to be a Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) accredited Small Animal Practice; this means that we have met the standards set out by the RCVS to ensure that your pet receives a high quality of care. You can find out more about the Practice Standards Scheme here.

We strive to provide a high quality of service for both you and your pet. To do this, we ensure we have up to date technology, including in-house blood analysers, digital x-ray and full anaesthetic monitoring equipment; alongside this our vets are continually increasing their knowledge by attending courses and training for the RCVS Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice. We also enlist the help of European and RCVS Diploma holders for more specialist treatment in-house; in many cases this means pets can receive specialist cardiology, soft tissue surgery and ultrasonography at County’s End, which would usually require travel to a referral facility.

We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to treat your furry friend. After regular office hours we will have the necessary staff on-call to treat your pet and for advice on sick animals overnight.

All out of hours emergencies are seen by our own staff. You can find out more about our 24 Hour Emergency Care here.

Opening Times

Monday - Friday: 8.00am - 7.00pm
Saturday: 8.30am - 1.00pm
Sunday: 11.30pm - 1.00pm

Contact us: 0161 620 4900



Our consultations are by appointment only, and are booked in 20 minute slots. We believe that 20 minutes allows for a thorough opportunity to address any concerns by the pet owner.  County’s End is the only practice in the area

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Emergencies and Out-of-Hours

All emergencies are dealt with either here, on site, by our own staff Mondays to Thursdays or by Vets Now Manchester Hospital from Friday to Sunday. If the emergency is during regular office hours, please proceed immediately to our Practice.



Prescriptions are available from this practice. You may obtain relevant veterinary medicinal products from this practice, or you may ask for a prescription and obtain these medicines from another veterinary practice or a pharmacy. There is a charge for this