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  • Abbey House Veterinary Hospital with 6 vet practices in Leeds
  • Abbey House Veterinary Hospital with 6 vet practices in Leeds
  • Abbey House Veterinary Hospital with 6 vet practices in Leeds

    Abbey House Veterinary Hospital

    Caring for your pets healthcare as if they are our own

Welcome to Abbey House Veterinary Hospital in West Yorkshire

Abbey House Vets is a leading veterinary practice in Leeds and a respected name in West Yorkshire veterinary care.

We offer the very best in veterinary care for your pets across our 6 practices in Rothwell, Cleckheaton, Batley, Kippax, Halton and our 24 hour veterinary hospital in Morley.

Our highly trained and caring teams of vets, nurses and support staff are proud of the standard of care we have provided to pet owners in Leeds and surrounding areas for over 40 years.

If you are in need of an emergency vet in Leeds, please contact 0113 252 5818 (24 hours).

We have 6 hospital / clinical locations throughout West Yorkshire - see below for more details:

Our Vet Referral Services

We are very proud of the excellent facilities at Morley but our primary asset is the skill and expertise of our veterinary surgeons. Several of these have acquired additional veterinary qualifications to enable them to accept referral work both from within the practice and from other vets.

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Testimonials From Our Clients

If you’re pets are your world and your family then Abbey House is the right vet for you. They understand the love you have for your pet and ensure they can do everything to make them better.

Gold star treatment for our babies. Thank you.

Timmermans - Owner

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