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Our Current Partners

Becoming a Joint Venture Partner with us not only allows you the freedom and independence of running your own practice but it also means you will be joining a large family of Veterinary professionals and support staff and gain the professional and social benefits a group like ours provides.

  • Abigail Semal Cheadle Abigail SemalUniversityUniversity of LiverpoolPractice NameVets4Pets Cheadle
  • Agata Agata Tiszler-PozarlikUniversityWroclaw University of Environmental and Life SciencesPractice NameGrimsby Vets4Pets Limited
  • Alistair_Lyons  Paisley Vets4Pets partnerAlistair Andrew LyonsUniversityThe Royal Dick School of Veterinary StudiesPractice NamePaisley Vets4Pets Limited
  • Alistair Boyd Millhouses Vets4Pets partnerAlistair BoydUniversityUniversity of GlasgowPractice NameMillhouses Vets4Pets Limited
  • Alyson MoorAlyson MoorUniversityThe Royal Dick School of Veterinary StudiesPractice NameSouth Shields Vets4Pets Limited
  • Amie Louise Glaves Rugby Vets4Pets partnerAmie GlavesUniversityThe Royal Veterinary College, LondonPractice NameRugby Vets4Pets Limited

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Get in touch with Malcolm

Whether you’re interested in partnership or just want to learn more about what we do please get in touch for an informal chat.


I enjoy the clinical freedom to treat pets the way I feel best.

Jackie Howell
Vets4Pets Partner, Rugby and Oadby