Musselburgh
Musselburgh
Bonnyrigg
Penicuik
0131 665 2124 Mon - Fri: 8:30am - 7:00pm / Sat: 9:00am - 12noon / Sun: 11:00am - 3:00pm111 Market Street, EH21 6PZ
0131 660 3370 Mon - Fri 8:30am - 6:30pm / Sat 12noon - 1:00pm 8 High Street, EH19 2AA
01968 676 680 Mon - Fri 8:30am - 6:30pm / Sat 9:00am - 11:00am16 Carnethy Ave, EH26 8AR

our services

Local, family owned Edinburgh and Lothian vets services

Gordon Vets’ extensive range of  vet services enable us to keep your pets in good health and treat them if they become unwell or are injured.

Our friendly Lothian vets services are provided to customers in East and South Edinburgh area by our local vet practices in Musselburgh, Bonnyrigg and Penicuik.

Out-of-hours vet services

24 hour emergency Edinburgh and Lothian vets services provided by Gordon Vet's own qualified vets.

We believe in being there for you and your pet, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. You will NOT be put through to a vet at an external company that is not familiar with you or your pet. This means that continuous care can be given to your pet by people who you know and who know your pet. We will have all clinical history immediately available at all times. You will always be seen by a Gordon Vets Veterinary surgeon.

Please call the following number to reach our out of hours vets:

Musselburgh (out-of-hours): 0131 665 2124
Bonnyrigg (out-of-hours): 0131 660 3370
Penicuik (out-of-hours): 01968 676680

Consultations with veterinary surgeons

Free puppy and kitten checks

Modern anaesthetic facilities

Dentistry including dental X-ray

Vaccinations, worming, flea control

In-House Laboratory

Digital X-ray, Ultrasound, ECG, Endoscopy

Microchpping

Extensively equipped operating theatres

Separate Dog and Cat wards

HEALTHY PET CLUB

Our Healthy Pet Club has been specifically designed to provide routine veterinary care which your pet will require throughout the year. As well as providing comprehensive pet care it allows you to budget in convenient and affordable monthly payments, including substantial discounts.

PET ACUPUNCTURE

Acupuncture is derived from Chinese Medicine and has been performed on animals for thousands of years. Often used to treat pain and muscle spasms. Acupuncture stimulates specific nerve fibres to target areas of pain and increases blood supply to affected areas. Increasing the release of natural morphine-like substances in the body while aiding the healing process.