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Aireworth Vets

We are an independent veterinary practice, based in Keighley and covering a large area of Yorkshire & Lancashire.

We care for your small animals; cats, dogs and other pets, as well as your large animals; horses, ponies and farm animals.

Our dedicated team have a range of qualifications, backgrounds and experience – but the one uniting factor is that we are all animal lovers.


Our Services

As a practice we offer a wide range of services from routine healthcare, x-rays,
endoscopy, ultrasound and emergency medicine through to advanced surgical procedures.


Our Premier Health Plan for Dogs & Cats

Membership costs as little as £14 a month paid by a simple monthly Direct Debit. Annual savings on the plan range from £56 – £200.


Download our application form and hand in at the Practice or email to reception@aireworthvets.co.uk and we will contact you. Alternatively, you can speak to one of our team who will complete a form with you. Please note you will need to provide your Bank details for the Direct Debit

Premier Health plan

What's Included?
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Annual vaccinations and health check
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Kennel Cough vaccination (Dogs only)
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Six month healthy pet check
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Prescription flea & worm control for a year
Plus 20% off neutering, in-house bloods, HPM food, dental scale & polish & puppy classes!

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