Appointments Monday – Sunday.
Emergency appointments: 01383 722 818

Inglis Vets Polbeth

About

Inglis Vets Polbeth 

From here we provide exceptional veterinary care and routine appointments. Our friendly team will do everything they can to ensure your visit goes well - we look forward to being your vet in Polbeth.

Find us at 8 Polbeth Road, Polbeth, West Calder, EH55 8SR. 

CURRENT OFFERS

50% OFF BOOSTER VACCINATIONS

25% OFF NEUTERING

Following on from the success of our celebratory opening offers, we’ve decided to offer 50% off booster vaccinations AND 25% off neutering for a limited time only.

Book in with us today by calling 01506 242 444 or email polbeth@inglisvets.com for more info.

Terms and conditions

Booster vaccination/operation must be given within one month of booking within the offer period to qualify for the offer.

Valid for dogs, cats and rabbits.

Offer is not valid for puppy and kitten vaccinations. We offter a separate Puppy and Kitten Package, click here for details. 

 

 

Spring Rabbit Offer

 

We're currently offering amazing discounts for rabbit owners from now until June in the lead up to Rabbit Awareness Week (2nd-10th June).

Book in now for:

  • 50% off rabbit vaccinations

  • 50% off rabbit neutering

Call 01506 242 444 to book an appointment today!

Why should I neuter my rabbits?

You should neuter your rabbits to avoid unwanted litters. Additionally, up to 80% of un-neutered female rabbits can develop cancer of the uterus by 5 years, neutering at an early age will stop these cancers developing. Un-neutered males can be aggressive to other rabbits, whereas neutered rabbits can live happily with male and female rabbits.

What is Myxomatosis/RVHD?

These are both life-threatening diseases and you should vaccinate your rabbits against them as soon as possible.

What are other common problems to look out for?

Many of the common problems seen in rabbits develop from rabbits being fed an inappropriate diet. It is extremely important that you make sure your rabbit is fed correctly to help avoid health problems. A list of the key problems often seen in rabbits include, dental disease, gut stasis, fly strike, obesity, myxomatosis, RVHD & RVHD2.

Team

Cheryl Wilson
Cheryl Wilson Client Care Advisor
Diane Lambert
Diane Lambert Client Care Advisor
Mary Young
Mary Young Veterinary Nurse
Laura Dugdale with pup
Laura Dugdale Veterinary Surgeon