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WELCOME TO

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.

WHAT WE DO

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.

ANNUAL PEACE OF MIND

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.

HOW TO JOIN?

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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This week the Equine Team held a laser sarcoid removal clinic in our hospital facilities. The day was a great success with a number of horses having treatment. The pictures show our vets Luke & […]

Aireworth Vets is one of The British Horse Society’s Vet REACT Colic Champions. We will be working closely with the University of Nottingham and The British Horse Society over the next 12 months to share […]

Aireworth Vets are now part of the Equine Wound Project led by the British Horse Society. The project involves any wound regardless of size and whether it has been treat by the Vet. Be part […]