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  • 50% off your first vet consult

To welcome you to the Boundary Vets family, we’re offering 50% off your first consult!

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Thank you for choosing us to care for your pet. To welcome you as a client of Boundary Vets in Abingdon, we are offering 50% off your pet’s first vet consultation with us.

Regular consultation price is £58 receive a 50% discount with our offer!

Being registered with a vet is an important part of being a responsible pet owner. At Boundary Vets, we care for your pets as though they are our own. We have years of experience, highly skilled and dedicated clinical professionals, and a caring front-of-house team who will look after you right from your first visit.

Whether your pet has an issue that requires veterinary attention, or you’re just looking to register as a client and want us to give your pet a general wellbeing check, we look forward to welcoming you.

In your consultation, our vet will discuss any particular health or wellbeing concerns, as well as your pet’s general health and daily routines, before giving them a full clinical examination.

This offer is available to new clients registered to Boundary Vets and have not been seen by one of our vets.

Book your appointment below!

 

*Terms of service apply.

The Promotion is valid on appointments made between 21 June and 15 August 2024. You must book an appointment via telephone or the online booking system for the offer. Quote New Client Vet Consultation 50% Discount (June-Aug 2024) when making your appointment via the phone. Only one offer can be used per animal. The promotion is available to participants who are new clients at Boundary Vets and have not been seen by one of our vets.

Read full terms and conditions here