5 Kings Cross Road
Dundee City DD2 3PT
Parkside has 3 pet surgeries, in and around Dundee but also has an equine centre and we carry out work on farms and small-holdings. Our 4-vet Equine team is distinct from the 12 vets working with pets.
We work our own on-call, so your emergencies are always seen by a Parkside vet.
We can offer free on-site parking, long consulting hours and a host of specialties (which you can see on our web site) from highly-trained professionals.
We are a nurse training centre and Accredited by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons for your peace of mind.
Reviewed by: American bulldog owner on 09/06/2015
Reviewed by: LauraD on 02/03/2015
I have lived in Dundee for nearly 10 years now and have experienced vets down South. My dog and cat have gone to Parkside and I find their care and attention to detail fantastic. Gino, my French bulldog had a fair bit of surgery as well as the usual things and I can't fault the care he received. Nurses were fab and kept me informed when he was kept in once and the vets seemed very knowledgeable and were amazing with the ultrasound he needed. First class and I recommend them to anyone. Great premises too. And my friend says her horse loves Richard!
Reviewed by: Rose G on 28/02/2015
As Fred was admitted for three days, with surgery for a spleen growth (benign thankfully) I have been much involved with the staff at Parkside and I have been greatly impressed by the care and dedication Fred has been given. Very thorough, lots of cuddles and the nurses really had his wellbeing of paramount importance, especially with him being hospitalised. The vets were great too, carrying out this op using the night and keeping me informed all the time. Premises are fantastic but I was so impressed with the staff. Thank you all.
Reviewed by: Joanne Lyon on 16/02/2015
My Border Terrier was rushed into Parkside with an unknown illness, she was seriously ill and very close to death. Whilst she stayed at Parkside she received amazing treatment. I was welcome to see her any time I wanted and I was always greeted with friendly caring staff. The care she received was second to none and I will never forget the kindness and care that both Becky and I received. I'm pretty sure if it hadn't been for all the vets and nurses, Becky would no longer be here and I'll always be very grateful. My horse is now registered with Parkside equine and she receives the same level of care. Just want to say a huge thank you to all the vets, nurses and staff at Parkside for their amazing treatment and kindness.
Reviewed by: Kyle Rodger on 12/02/2015
Reviewed by: Jessie on 23/09/2014
My human always takes me to Parkside when I'm poorly. I don't normally like going to the vet but the staff at Parkside are always kind to me and make me feel better. Even when I can't tell my human what is wrong, the clever doctors here find out. Now that I'm quite old, I need them more than ever. My human says that when she's poorly she hopes her doctors will look after her as well as Parkside take care of me.
Dictated by Jessie
Typed by his human (Lynda Cochrane)
Reviewed by: Lee on 15/11/2013
I've been taking all of my animals to Parkside for many years and I haven't a bad thing to say about them. Not just the vets but nurses and reception staff are all wonderful and very friendly and reassuring. They certainly now how to reassure an extremely worried owner and frightened pet and make us both feel at ease in any situation.
The practice is run very efficiently but they can be quite busy at times.
During several emergency situations, I've had to take a pet to the practice out of hours and the on-call vet has always got there very quickly. I was reliant on Stuart Ashworth's help during the last few months of my dogs life and he was just amazing, very professional and calm in a stressful situation.
You won't regret taking your pet to Parkside, I never have!
Reviewed by: Tracy Burns on 18/08/2013
Have been with Parkside for about 10 years now and can highly recommend.
Vets & staff have been fantastic with not only my pets but also me when the need has arisen.