Parkside Vets - Dundee Surgery5 Kings Cross Road
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.
4.8 Stars - 07-09-2017 - Grateful client
I would like to thank Kings Cross Dundee surgery staff for the kindness and compassion shown to my husband and myself last Friday evening when we arrived at the surgery with no appointment when our old dog became ill. The desk staff were really kind to me and Catherine the vet was an absolute angel. She was so helpful and sympathetic towards both of us and, even although the outcome was not good, she could not have been kinder or more informative. She is a credit to your practice. Thank you so much for everything not forgetting the lovely card we received.
5 Stars - 12-08-2017 - Rose
I was back for routine vaccinations with my cat Tuppence and was shown some sore bits in his mouth. Generally due to tartar but there were some little holes near the gums on 2 teeth and these were very sore when touched! He needed a dental and this was arranged for a few days later. Now, I am a worrier but the nurse reassured me and I felt much better and he was picked up later that day, none the worse. I just want to say thank you to all the staff for being so kind and I felt Tuppence was in safe hands and was treated exceptionally well. The phone call after his op to let me know he was fine was appreciated. Explaining the mouth X-rays when I picked him up was really interesting and allowed me to understand what was happening in there. Thank you.
5 Stars - 15-03-2017 - Liz
I would like to thank all the staff at Kings Cross Road surgery for the manner in which they dealt with my husband and myself in the loss of our beloved seventeen year old yorkshire terrier Saskia. We would also like to thank them for the lovely sympathy card with the forget me not seeds.
Vet ResponseThank you so much for your kind words, I shall pass this on to all involved. Best wishes from us all.
5 Stars - 10-03-2017 - Myles McCallum
My first visit to Parkside yesterday in a very worried state with my new rescue dog who is blind and we don't know much about his history, except he had been badly neglected. The first vet - Hal - was amazing, professional, thorough, friendly and most of all very understanding. When I picked him up I met Alison who was just as nice. Both gave me great advice and it's obvious they love what they do and took the time to explain what they did and were more than willing to answer my questions. Everyone was so great, thank you so much from me and Trooper X
4.8 Stars - 10-03-2017 - Mallow and Poppy's Mum
My cats Mallow (17) and Poppy (15) have been looked after from Parkside for over 15 years. The vets and nurses are so great with them when they have to come in for bloods as they both have over active thyroids. They are looked after so well and the vets and nurses always call to say how they are while they are in the practice and I can collect them early and take them home so not to distress them too much. I can't think of a better vet practice.
5 Stars - 07-11-2016 - GeorgeT
Thank you once again for the care to our dog, Toby, who was very ill recently. We phoned just at the end of evening surgery when Toby's sickness became worse. We were seen quickly and asked to take Toby to the Dundee surgery as vet Alan thought he needed to be admitted and give fluids and treatment for this (likely) tummy bug. We took him the Kings Cross Road and he was admitted for treatment. It was much more complicated in the end than we thought it would be but he's great now. Vets (Stuart) was very thorough, running bloods that night and phoning us the results late in the evening. Toby was in for two days but we felt he was in the best hands Fiona nurse was lovely, explaining everything to us and made us feel that Toby was in the best place to be.He was quite spoiled. Faultless! I gave this review to Dundee and Barnhill because they were both involved and were excellent.
5 Stars - 13-10-2016 - John & Pat
350 miles from home on holiday, 8.30 Sunday night, Shih tzu bitch with traumatic eye injury, PANIC! find an on call vet. a quick search on Google threw up two, one in Dundee, Illinois, and Parkside Dundee UK. A phone call to the emergency number and we were invited to attend Parkside Surgery, Kings Cross Road, Dundee, fifteen minutes drive later we were met by Vet Stuart Ashworth. Our dear Christie was attended to and made more comfortable within a few minutes, her eye injury was cleaned, and treatment was prescribed and supplied, enabling us to take her home on the Monday to our own vet. The out come was always likely to be unfavourable but at least we had a chance of her eye being saved. Our own vet was suitably impressed and continued with Stuarts treatment to give a chance of recovery. Christie was uncomplaining all through. Today Christie is recovering well from surgery and is her usual confident self, keen on her walks and her dinners! Many thanks to the staff who took our initial call at Parkside and to Stuart Ashworth for turning out to help us and Christie.
3 Stars - 06-09-2016 - Jimmy
5 Stars - 04-08-2016 - eileen
Very caring staff when i had to part with my beloved cat Treacle 17yrs part of my family. The hardest thing i have ever had to do. But the comfort i received from Mhari the vet and also the veterinary nurse i think her name was Sam was so appreciated. I know i made the right decision for Treacles sake although it had been a very sad time for me. Many thanks to you all xx
5 Stars - 12-07-2016 - Ben
Took my elderly dog to this vets a couple of months ago as I couldn't get an appointment with my normal vets until the next day and I was really worried about him. Saw a vet called Catharine who was excellent. She took him in to the hospital for tests and it wasn't good news as I suspected. She kept me up to date with his treatment through the day, explaining what was wrong and the potential outcomes and costs of treatment. He didn't make it and we needed to let him go, but I felt absolutely sure that we did the write thing and that he was in the best place. The girl at the desk that we saw in the evening when we came back in was also very nice and caring. We are going to get another dog soon and will definitely be using park side for its care.