Opened in 1995, Broadleys Veterinary Hospital was the first privately owned, purpose-built veterinary hospital in Scotland.
At the hospital in Stirling, and our Dunblane clinic, we are dedicated to providing the best possible veterinary care for our patients, and the highest standard of service for our clients.
Two of the founding partners, Alasdair Bruce and Ian Paterson, remain the driving force behind this centre of clinical excellence for small animals.
Broadleys Veterinary Hospital meets the highest standard of facilities and clinical care imposed by the
Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.
24 hour nursing care means that no animal is ever left alone in our hospital. Our vets never operate without a nurse monitoring the anaesthetic.
The sterile, double operating theatre is never used for anything else. Treatments, surgical prep and dirty ops are performed in specific designated areas. Separate dog, cat and isolation wards provide security and comfort for all patients. The state-of-the-art laboratory gives rapid results for immediate diagnostics and on-the-day anaesthetic safety.
In any emergency situation involving a pet, whether during the day or at night, TELEPHONE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. Vital instructions may be given over the phone, and staff and equipment prepared. If you arrive at the hospital, unannounced, especially out-of-hours, staff may not be authorised to admit you and there may be a delay in your pet receiving treatment.