Latest news

  • Vacancy for Veterinary Surgeon maternity cover/permanent position

    28 November 2016

    We are currently recruiting!
    A maternity cover position is available from May 2017 at Baildon Veterinary Centre. This may lead to a permanent position.
    - Full time or job share
    - No out of hours - just Saturday mornings on a rota
    - Some experience required as candidate will sometimes be in sole charge
    - Salary based on experience
    We are in a village location with great staff, lovely friendly clients and biscuits provided!
    Please apply via email with CV and covering letter. Email info@baildonvets.co.uk for more information.
     

  • We are recruiting!

    8 November 2016

    We currently have a vacancy for a part time or full time Qualified Veterinary Nurse.  Please email info@baildonvets.co.uk for more information.
     

  • Want to work with us? Jobs available

    15 January 2015

    Baildon Vets are recruiting!!

    We are looking for a part time veterinary surgeon and a part time receptionist for maternity cover, and a permanent RVN position is also available.






     

  • Christmas Treats!

    3 December 2015



    We have a selection of natural treats for dogs and cats available in a Christmas treat bag. These treats are grain and additive free and your pets will love them. 

  • Launch of our website

    22 November 2010

    We're delighted to announce the launch of our website! You'll be able to find useful information about the practice and the staff, as well as check our opening hours, location and services. Our website is linked to our Facebook page where you can join us for up to date news.

  • Cold weather wildlife alert!

    11 November 2010

    Winter is a tough time for birds and other wildlife, so think about providing food and shelter to your garden's visitors. Hedgehogs will benefit from a dish of cat food and birds need regular food and water. See the RSPB for more details on how to protect birds and have a look at this really useful gardeners' calender from the BBC on how to make your garden more wildlife-friendly.

  • Kennel cough outbreak in Baildon

    1 November 2010

    Baildon is suffering from a kennel cough outbreak. Symtoms can vary but often include sneezing, a hacking cough and retching. Kennel cough is very infectious and can be serious. If you think your dog is suffering, bring him in straight away for treatment. We can also vaccinate against this unpleasant virus, so please call for an appointment if you are concerned.