Crossroads Veterinary Centre - Hazlemere

Our address:
Crossroads Veterinary Centre - Hazlemere
Branch Surgery
Amersham Rd
Hazlemere
High Wycombe
Buckinghamshire, HP15 7HL

Tel: 01494 718700
Practice Web Site: (www.vetswycombe.co.uk)

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Species treated:

We treat the full range of pets at this surgery
We don't treat farm animals or equine

This surgery is near to these places:

Buckinghamshire, Winchmore Hill, Little Missenden, Hyde End, North Dean, Chesham Bois, Naphill, Knotty Green, Holmer Green, Cryers Hill, Hazlemere, Great Kingshill, Wooburn Moor, Great Hampden, Beaconsfield, West Wycombe, Speen, Bradenham, Woodrow, Denner Hill, Penn Street, Downley, Coleshill, Seer Green, Hughenden, Prestwood, Great Missenden, Penn, High Wycombe, Mop End, South Heath, Four Ashes, Piddington, Little Kingshill, Hughenden Valley, Walters Ash, Widmer End, Beamond End, Raf Daws Hill, Loudwater, Forty Green, Hyde Heath

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"Injured Bird"

I found an injured bird in my garden. I contacted the RSPCA and they instructed me to take the animal to Crossroads Vet Centre and I did so.

They were more than helpful and more than friendly and assisted me with the animal.

However, they also told me that the best place to take any injured wildlife is to TIggywinkles (www.sttiggywinkles.org) they are a wildlife hospital open 24/7, 365 days to care for all sick, injured and orphaned British wildlife.

Thank you to the great and helpful staff at Crossroads





"Great vets"

Crossroads Veterinary Centre - Hazlemere

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