With over 35yrs in Companion Animal Practice, Tony Duffy the Principal and Founder of Abbey Veterinary Group lets us in on what makes Abbey Vets the best in the area!
Abbey Vets have been in existence since 1978 when Tony first opened its doors in Thurnscoe-- midway between Barnsley and Doncaster. The Main Centre was moved to Barnsley in 1980 and there has been a steady expansion from then to the current level of 8 Clinics across S. Yorkshire.
The Cudworth Clinic was one of the first branch clinics -- established nearly 30 years ago -- and is open all Day Monday to Friday.
Located at 245a Barnsley Road, extended with a recent refurbishment it is fully air conditioned bright and clean. The full time Vet there is the highly experienced and very caring Rebecca Penn MRCVS and she is supported by two cheerful, friendly and knowledgeable receptionists: Bev and Katy.
Rebecca has been with Abbey Vets for over 13 years, she is highly competent in all areas of small animal medicine and surgery, and has a special interest in treating and breeding rabbits especially Lion Heads. All our branches offer a very personal service where you see the same Vet and receptionists every time you go.
Full 24-hour Emergency Care is provided at the superbly equipped Main Barnsley Centre (89 Dodworth Road) thus you can gain advice or emergency treatment at any time by Abbey’s own vets --- in Barnsley (3 min from J37 MI). So in an emergency the Vet will have all your pet’s health details immediately to hand.
The Main Barnsley Centre is open all day every day including Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays for routine appointments at no surcharge. ( Xmas Day emergency’s only)
You can trust Abbey Vets: they will treat your pet with all the care and attention they would give their very own ‘Best Friend’ -- 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. They have been providing excellent care for the pets of S. Yorkshire for over 30 years and with over 120yrs of combined Veterinary experience to call on they are the Ideal Vets to choose for Your Pet.
Abbey Vets: ‘Your Best Friend’s Best Friend’