Find us: Unit B, Queen Elizabeth Park, Railton Road, Guildford, GU2 9LX, click here for more information.

Alder Veterinary Practice in Guildford, Surrey is a small animal veterinary clinic based in the north of Guildford providing the highest standard of veterinary care in a professional and friendly environment.

Alder Veterinary Practice in Guildford, Surrey was established in the early 1980s, and since then has established a reputation for excellent but fairly priced veterinary care.

logo rcvsAs a fully accredited RCVS practice, we meet strict standards and ensure our team is up to date with the latest techniques. We continually look for ways to improve our service to both clients and patients alike.

We offer a full range of in-house surgery at our facility in Guildford, Surrey, without the need for referral to external specialist centres. This helps your pet recover quicker as it greatly reduces stress for them and for you too! On site we have advanced facilities; diagnostic imaging, digital radiography, endoscopy, ultrasound and state of the art in-house blood analysis.

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What to consider before getting a new pet

Dec 7th, 2023

Essential research

There are many things to consider before you commit to a new pet and research is one of the best ways to prepare yourself. If you already have pets, then understanding how introducing a new pet could impact or affect your current animals is one important consideration. When choosing a pet, your decisions should be based on what best suits your lifestyle and living situation. Doing research on the different species and breeds will help you find a pet that matches your preferences and will teach you about their specific needs.

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The best products you need for your senior pet this Christmas

Nov 30th, 2023

Caring for your senior pet

A dog or cat is considered senior after around 7 years of age, depending on the breed. Their needs may change as they get older, and you may need to care for them in different ways and make things more accessible. A senior pet may need more rest and comfort. They may also need easier access to their bed, food and water, especially if they develop arthritis or hip dysplasia. As every pet is unique, they show signs of ageing differently so it’s important to make some considerations where you can.

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Pet antibiotic resistance – how can we safeguard our future?

Oct 30th, 2023

What does antibiotic resistance mean?

Antibiotics can be effective at treating bacterial infections. However, over time bacteria can evolve to become resistant to some antibiotics, making them less effective. The more we use antibiotics then the more quickly bacteria may adapt.

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Alder Veterinary Practice

Unit B

Queen Elizabeth Park

Railton Road




Telephone: 01483 536036

Email: [email protected]

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