Advanced Treatments, Traditional Care
Cockburn has set the standard in expert, independent pet care for generations of clients across North West Leicestershire for over 80 years.
Today our Coalville animal surgery blends the latest clinical techniques with round-the-clock care and friendly, ethical advice you can always trust.
It’s about experience…
Your pet is part of your family and your vet should always be a familiar face. You can rely on the right treatment that’s sensibly priced and never more than your pet companion needs.
Healthy Paws Club
Find out more about our worry-free preventative healthcare schemes for dogs, cats and rabbits…
In An Emergency
Your companion animal is in safe hands and it’s reassuring to know you can turn to a local vet who knows…
Services & Facilities
From animal ultrasound and animal radiography to pet vaccinations, pet boosters and the latest non-invasive, keyhole laparoscopic veterinary surgery techniques for many treatments – including keyhole spaying – our services are vet-administered for total peace of mind. We are regulated and inspected by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS), achieving accreditation through the RCVS Practice Standards Schemes which aims to promote and maintain the highest standards of clinical and ethical care.”.
From the Blog
On 6th February 2016 changes were made to the law to require all dogs to have a microchip. Fortunately, this means that, should they become lost, the chances of re-uniting them with their owner is much higher. Under the Government's Control of Dogs Order 1992 all dogs...read more
It is a scenario we dread as dog owners, that our beloved pet is the victim of a traumatic accident or complex medical disease. But did you know that when your pet needs it most, there are other dogs helping to save their lives? The Pet Blood bank was established in...read more
Providing veterinary services to the Coalville, Ashby, Shepshed, Ibstock, Market Bosworth and Markfield areas, our in-house 24/7 service is manned by our own vets and nurses who still do ‘on call’. This means that, if your pet needs help from a vet outside our normal...read more