Milton Keynes Out of Hours Service

Approved by Pet Practice

We know your pet can become ill or suffer accidents at any time. To make sure you have access to high quality care at night, weekends and bank holidays, we have chosen to partner with Vets Now, the leading provider of Out of Hours care.

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Vets Now Emergency Ltd
Fyfield Barrow
Milton Keynes
MK7 7AN

OPENING HOURS
  • Monday - Friday: 19:00 - 08:00
  • Saturday: 12:00 - Monday 08:00
  • Bank Holidays: Open

Milton Keynes Vets

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Unit 5A, Oakgrove Village, Milton Keynes, MK10 9SU

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01908 605985

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miltonkeynes@petpractice.co.uk

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Free parking

Opening Hours

  • Monday - Friday: 08:00 - 19:00
  • Saturday: 09:00 - 13:00
Nearby to

Oakgrove ∙ Bletchley ∙ Newport Pagnell ∙ Leighton Buzzard ∙ Olney ∙ Stony Stratford ∙ Wooton ∙ Winslow ∙ Wolverton ∙ Woburn Sands ∙ Cranfield

In Practice Services

  • Consultations
  • Dental Care
  • Diagnostics
  • First Steps
  • Fleas, Ticks & Worming Care
  • Health Plan
  • Hospitalisation
  • In-house Laboratory
  • Medications & Prescriptions
  • Microchipping
  • Neutering
  • Orthopaedics
  • Radiography
  • Soft Tissue Surgery
  • Surgery
  • Ultrasonography
  • Vaccinations
  • X-Rays

Saffie's Journey at Pet Practice Milton Keynes

Saffie came to see us in Milton Keynes after showing some worrying symptoms. Despite eating normally she had lost a significant amount of weight and was drinking more than usual. She had a full health check including blood sampling to check organ function. Saffie’s bloods revealed she had diabetes which explained her presenting symptoms.

Her diabetes is caused by a lack of insulin production which in turn means Saffie can’t regulate her blood glucose levels. She requires daily injections of replacement insulin and has stabilised very well. She is very tolerant of injections, especially as she knows she is going to get a tasty treat for being so good. Saffie is an older lady now but with her regular check-ups and doating family remains in a stable and well condition.

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Veterinary Surgeons

Ben Johnson

Ben qualified in 2001 and is the founding director of Pet Practice. He enjoys all aspects of companion animal veterinary medicine but as Pet Practice has grown now has a management focused role. You will always find him very approachable so please do not hesitate to contact him if needed. When allowed out of the office he can be found on the water or spending time with his family.

Louise Collins

Most of my time is spent enjoying my extensive menagerie. When not doing this I ride horses and bikes, the faster the better. The best decision in my life was to become a vet and I still thrive in the challenges it brings on a daily basis.

Rebecca Lang

Rebecca qualified in 2010 from the Royal Veterinary College in London. She has a passion for emergency cases and previously working at an emergency hospital for six years before joining Pet Practice. She completed her Emergency Medicine and Surgery certificate in 2018. At home she has a rescue cat called Dylan and outside of work she enjoys rock climbing, Pilates and going to the cinema.

Veterinary Nurses

Melanie Smith

Mel has been in veterinary nursing since 1989. She qualified in in 1992 and has been in the profession ever since and has an interest in canine behaviour. Outside of work Mel enjoys painting, photography and walker her two chihuahuas.

Helen Connor

Helen qualified in 2003 whilst working in the Peterborough area. She has an interest in canine behaviour and rabbit welfare. Moving to MK gave her new opportunities both in work and personal life.  Outside of work she relaxes with her Border Collie Star whilst living full time on a narrowboat with her hubby.

Receptionists

Jo Needs

Jo joined us in early 2021 to help our Milton Keynes practice as it continues to expand. Living locally you will find her out and about with her son walking their beloved Cavapoo. We’re all also very pleased to find out Jo loves cooking in her spare time.