Crossriggs News

Information for owners

FREE information pages Are you aware that there’s a wealth of information to be found on our website? Click on the ‘Pet Factsheets‘ page to find out more. Please ask any of our friendly team for further information on any of these topics.   Fireworks season Don’t let fireworks stress your pet….see our helpful poster… Read more »


Autumn newsletter Our Autumn/Winter newsletter is now available to pick up in practice – thanks as always to Jennifer for her hard work in producing our lovely newsletters! This month we look at ways in which you can reduce stress for your pets around the time of fireworks, toxic substances to avoid around the festive… Read more »

Nursing Clinics

Here’s Beth, one of our qualified Veterinary Nurses. We offer several free nursing clinics – see below for more info about our brand new puppy classes! Free nursing clinics Did you know that we offer several free nursing clinics? – Adolescent clinic (for pups around six months old) – Golden oldies (dogs over seven years… Read more »

Pet Health Plans

Our health plan covers all routine preventative care including vaccines, flea treatments and wormers and enables you to spread the cost of treatment throughout the year. You are also entitled to discounts on pet food and other great benefits. Ask any of our team for more information.

See what’s new this month!

Portuguese take over week! We are so pleased to have Andreia back at the practice this week – bringing our tally of Portuguese vets to three! Many of you will remember Andreia and she’s really enjoying reconnecting with some of her previous patients. Greenmill Visit We had a brilliant time with Mrs Harrison’s Primary 1… Read more »

Staff News

We’re delighted to welcome Teresa to our team and look forward to introducing her to you all over the coming weeks. Teresa also hails from Portugal and has a special interest in cardiology. She spent some time at Glasgow University Small Animal Hospital this time last year in the cardiorespiratory department so she’s already accustomed… Read more »