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Cottingham Surgery 01482 843210
Beverley Road Surgery 01482 854422
Anlaby Surgery 01482 655333
Holderness Road Surgery 01482 797007
Thorngumbald Surgery 01964 601607

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We have welcoming, comfortable, modern surgeries covering the whole of Hull and beyond. Our surgeries are designed with the needs of our clients, their families and their pets in mind.

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Advanced diagnostic imaging

Diagnostic imaging is very important for our diagnosis and treatment of your pet.

We have digital radiography, which allows us to take high resolution x-ray that evaluate a wide range of problems, from broken bones to bladder stones, heart disease and intestinal obstruction. We are fortunate to have a veterinary surgeon with a certificate in Veterinary Radiology, one of only a few in the UK.

Ultrasound helps to fill in the gaps where x-rays are not so useful. It is excellent for looking at softer organs in the body, such as the liver and heart, as well as for pregnancy diagnosis. Our sophisticated ultrasound machine allows us to perform Doppler ultrasound and therefore advanced heart scans. Three of our veterinary surgeons have had extensive further training in ultrasonography.

We are really fortunate to have advanced imaging in the new Park Street extension. Our CT is the only fixed machine in the area and can be used for many different conditions, including joint disease and to assess cancer. The MRI machine is used for diagnosing ear disease and in the investigation of seizures.  We are happy to perform CT and MRIs for referral patients as well as our own; if you are interested please seek a referral from your primary veterinary surgeon.

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We have dog and cat wards at all of our branches, however, those requiring overnight care are transferred to our Park Street Hospital, where there are staff on site 24 hours a day. 

We are very proud of the standard of hospitalisation we provide to our patients.

The facilities include: 

  • Separate dog, cat and isolation wards.
  • Secure outdoor dog yard for exercise and toileting.
  • Cat Friendly Clinic Silver accreditation at the Park Street Hospital.
  • 24 hour nursing care with a vet on call.
  • Intensive care where required.
  • Oxygen supply in the wards.
  • Laboratory. 

Our in-house laboratory allows us to make rapid diagnoses and to monitor your pet’s recovery without having to wait for results from an external laboratory. 

Don’t forget our small furries! We have great facilities for rabbits and small furries, in order to minimise stress and infuse small volumes of medications when necessary.

Internal Medicine and Laboratory

Internal medicine is an important part of veterinary practice and includes the diagnosis and treatment of a range of conditions, including: 

  • Heart and lung conditions
  • Stomach and intestinal problems
  • Blood and bone marrow diseases
  • Urinary problems
  • Auto-immune disease
  • Cancer requiring chemotherapy
  • Emergency cases requiring intensive care

As well as our dog and cats wards, the isolation ward is used for patients that may be infectious to other patients or people.

We have a variety of advanced equipment for the investigation of medical cases; this includes two endoscopes, used to pass camera into the stomach, nose or lungs to look for problems and take samples. 

Our state-of-the art in house laboratory can provide blood and urine results within minutes. This facility allows us to diagnose and treat emergency cases as soon as possible, as well as monitor the status of our inpatients or assess patients prior to anaesthesia.  The facilities include biochemistry, haematology and blood gas analysis machines and a microscope for assessing skin samples, blood smears and urine.

Surgery and Orthopaedics

We have sterile operating theatres at all our branches, while at the Park Street Hospital there are two.  At Kingston Veterinary Group we pride ourselves on the level of surgery we perform every day.  This ranges from small lump removals and neutering, to advanced techniques such as keyhole surgery.

At the Park Street Hospital we also perform a range of orthopaedic procedures in the dedicated theatre, including joint surgery and the management of complex fractures.


Laparoscopy, known as keyhole surgery, is a minimally invasive operating technique which is commonly used in humans and now increasingly in our pets.

It involves operating in the abdomen through very small incisions, usually about 1cm long, using a camera to see inside the body.  This allows the surgeon to see all the abdominal organs more clearly than with traditional surgery.

The operation is performed using one or two instruments introduced to the abdomen through the small incisions using the images from the camera on a TV screen.

The “Keyhole Surgery” Spay
One of the most common procedures we perform in this way is neutering of female dogs.

Traditionally this involves a major operation to remove the ovaries, but a recent study has shown that when the ovaries are removed by keyhole surgery it is 65% less painful to the pet.

There are many benefits to a keyhole surgery spay:

  • less painful
  • 2-3 small wounds rather than one larger one
  • Quicker recovery time (24 hours compared to 10 days for a normal bitch spay)
  • Fewer complications
  • Less and more delicate tissue handling by small instruments

Other procedures

Other procedures that can be performed by keyhole surgery include:

  • Removal of retained testicles in the abdomen
  • Liver biopsies
  • Pancreatic biopsies
  • Removal of intestinal foreign bodies
  • Gastropexy (to reduce the risk of bloat in large breed dogs)

We currently perform Keyhole Surgery Bitch Spays at the Park Street Surgery.  Please Contact us for more information.

Dental care

Dental care is as important for our pet as it is for us, bad breath is not normal! Did you know that dental disease can lead to many other problems, including heart, kidney and liver disease?

Sometimes it is necessary to perform dental surgery, either for a scale and polish or extractions. Since two thirds of the teeth lie under the gums, x-rays allow us to see underlying problems and plan the best treatment. Our new dental x-ray machine at the Beverley Road surgery gives the best possible standard of care at outstanding value.

Obviously, prevention is better than cure. There are many ways that you can keep your pets’ teeth and gums healthy, including toys and special diets, and most importantly tooth brushing. Our nurses are trained in dental health and can offer you advice during a nurse consultation.

Nurse Clinics

At Kingston Veterinary group we have a team of experienced nursing staff who are on hand to deliver up-to-date information on all aspects of your pet’s health care.

Our nurses love meeting your pets and endeavour to make each clinic a positive experience. We have an ample supply of treats and cuddles to help your pet feel like a VIP.

All Nurse consultations are charged however members of our Pet Health Club get these consultation as a free service.

We offer the following clinics with a Nurse;

  • Weight Clinics – We offer continued support to help your pet achieve its ideal bodyweight.
  • Puppy and Kitten – We can guide you through DO’s and DON’T’S with your newest family member.
  • Flea and Worm Clinics – Our nurses work closely with the Veterinary surgeons to ensure your pet is protected. We can even administer the products while you are here!  (Products will be charged)
  • Dental Care Clinics – We can demonstrate tooth-brushing and help you to select the best products for your pet.
  • Nutrition – We will discuss the needs of your pet and advise on the optimum diet.
  • Nail clipping
  • Expression of Anal glands

We are always happy to listen to your queries and if we can’t help will refer you promptly to one of our Veterinary Surgeons. 

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Most medications are prescribed and dispensed at the time of the consultation and after examination by the veterinary surgeon.  Current legislation requires us to carry out regular re-examinations to confirm the usefulness of the medication, accuracy of the dose and the absence of side effects.  We require medication checks at least every 3 months, according to the judgement of your vet.  There is a charge for this re-examination.

For our pets that require ongoing medication we require 24 hours’ notice to prepare a repeat prescription.  This is a service we provide for clients registered with us and for pets we have seen in the last 3 months, or within the year for flea and worm treatments.

Written prescriptions:

We can provide written prescriptions for a modest charge for those clients wishing to source their pet’s medication elsewhere, however, we will still need to see your pet every 3 months.  This may not be appropriate if your pet is an in-patient or if treatment is needed immediately.

Medications that we dispense for you do not require a written prescription.

Please contact us if you would prefer a written prescription for your pet’s medication.

Home Visits

While the best facilities for the treatment of your pet are in the clinic, we understand that there are times when home attendance is more appropriate.

Where possible, please request your home visit before 10am, and we will give you an estimated time of arrival as soon as possible.

Unfortunately, visits must be arranged considering our commitments to our other patients but we will give emergencies priority.  Please be aware that there is an additional charge for home visits.

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Pet Ambulance

We have been running a dedicated ambulance for the last 15 years and this has proved to be an invaluable service to owners who need transport for their pets and themselves, particularly those who have larger pets or those who are heavily soiled. The ambulance is available for collection from home to any of our branches and will return them when the procedures have been completed.

This service is available for any branch; please contact your local reception for details of this service. In addition, we offer a courier services for deliveries for pet foods and medications for those owners who have difficulties in carrying such items.