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    Over 30 years of caring for our clients pets’ well-being

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Folly Gardens Veterinary Clinic

Your best choice for a Vet in Tewkesbury, Cheltenham Vets and a Vet in Bishops Cleeve

We pride ourselves on complying with high practice standards, investing in ‘state of the art’ equipment, employing highly trained and specialised staff and providing exceptional levels of pet and client care.

We understand that our clients adore their pets, considering them part of the family and wish the very best of expert care for them.

We pledge your pet will be cared for as 'one of our own' using our gold standard approach.

Our qualified, experienced and compassionate team will explain, guide and support you, meeting your pets' needs, at every stage of their life.

We look forward to welcoming you at one of our four local branches.

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Pet Health for Life

Spread the cost of your pet's essential health care, including vaccinations, parasite treatment and flea and worm control.

Plans startfrom £18.00 per month

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