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About Us

Providing exceptional care to pets since 1896

Since 1896, Kingston Veterinary Group has been excelling in veterinary care for the people and pets of Hull and East Yorkshire.

We are passionate about the care we can provide your pet, and understand that they are important members of your family. 

Our well qualified and experienced veterinary surgeons and nurses work over 6 branches to make sure that the highest standard of veterinary care is accessible, including Hull’s only Veterinary Hospital.  We continue to invest in our staff, equipment and facilities to provide intensive care, surgical and diagnostics second to none in the city.

We Are a Cat Friendly Clinic

Here at Kingston Vets we have been an accredited Cat Friendly Clinic. 

We provide the following for our cat owners:

  • A separate cat waiting room or waiting area
  • High raised stands to place your cat with carrier covers, if your cat is particularly stressed
  • Separate cat and dog wards
  • Providing hospitalised cats with hiding places and keeping noise to a minimum
  • Gentle handling
  • Advanced equipment such as: oxygenated kennels capnographs, ultrasound, x-ray
  • A dedicated ‘Cat Advocate’ (Gillian Railton)

We are RCVS Accredited

All of Kingston Vets practices pass the RCVS Practice Standards Scheme. This is something that we believe is essential for veterinary practices to achieve and maintain, providing our clients with peace of mind that we meet the stringent standards of our UK regulator.

What is the RCVS Practice Standards Scheme?
The RCVS Practice Standards Scheme (PSS) is a voluntary initiative to accredit veterinary practices in the UK. Through setting standards and carrying out regular assessments, the Scheme aims to promote and maintain the highest standards of veterinary care.

It offers peace of mind to clients of accredited practices and a more informed choice to the animal-owning public.

To become accredited, practices volunteer for rigorous assessment every four years and will have met a range of minimum standards including hygiene, 24-hour emergency cover, staff training, certain types of equipment and cost estimation procedures. Practices are also subject to spot-checks between assessments.