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Welcome to End Cottage Veterinary Clinic in Howden, East Riding, Yorkshire

- the complete veterinary healthcare for your pets from your local vets in Howden

Vet with rabbit patientFrom Cats and Dogs, to Rabbits and Chickens, your pet is a much loved member of your family, so we will always treat him, or her, as one, just as we do with our own pets – with the very best quality veterinary care.

Here at End Cottage Vets, the welfare of your pets is always our No 1 priority.

We have a dedicated team of experienced vets and nurses who have access to all the latest equipment and facilities to give your pet the very best in quality veterinary treatment and care.

As preventative healthcare is so important to keep your pet fit and healthy, we provide a full range of the latest and best products available, as well as a practice Pet Health for Life plan to help spread the cost.

For our registered clients we provide our own emergency service – which is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Our wonderful clients come to us from all over Yorkshire and trust us to give their pets the best possible care.

We look forward to welcoming you and your pet into our community. For more information please get in touch with us or visit our surgery.

Our Services

Pet Health for Life Plan

Plans startfrom £16.00per month

Spread the cost of essential healthcare for your pet with our preventative healthcare plan.

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