As an orthopaedic, ophthalmic and cardiology referral practice we carry out state-of-the-art procedures such as total joint replacements, spinal surgery, arthroscopy and delicate corneal surgery.
As an orthopaedic and ophthalmic referral practice we carry out state-of-the-art procedures such as total hip and elbow replacements, spinal surgery, arthroscopy and delicate corneal surgery.
February 2022 Update – We are happy to now offer the option of consultations either inside or outside the practice, depending on strict safety guidelines to protect our clients and staff. Read more about our COVID-19 measures >
COME & JOIN US! A rare opportunity to join Macqueens. Proudly independent. We’re looking for a confident & enthusiastic Student Nurse, ready to take their place in our awesome happy Team. Learn more >
Welcome to Macqueens
We are an independent, family-owned, friendly small animal veterinary practice in Devizes, Wiltshire. We specialise in providing the best of care for your dog, cat or rabbit, and also provide referral services for Orthopaedics and Ophthalmology. We have a 24-hour, on-site emergency service. You can find us, register, book an appointment or get in touch.
Between them, our fantastic team of highly-qualified vets and nurses have over 150 years’ experience, caring for pets like yours.
Prevention is better than cure
We believe prevention is better than cure, so we provide a cost-effective Healthy Pets Club, helping you to ensure that your pets stay healthy and happy throughout their lives.
RCVS Accredited Small Animal Hospital
In 2016, we were the first practice in the UK to gain five ‘Outstanding’ RCVS awards for Patient-care, Consultation, Team-work, Client Service and Diagnostics.
24 Hour Emergency Service
We offer 24-hour on-site emergency care, staffed by our own vets and nurses, 365 days a year: so if you need us, we’ll be here for you.
Trusted, friendly care – modern facilities
We combine a compassionate approach to you and your pet with up-to-date expertise and equipment. Our benchmark has always been “what would we want for our own pet?”