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The veterinary practice was established in 1986 and is located in Tickford Street, Newport Pagnell, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire and is owned by Mr Paul Manning who has over 20 years veterinary experience.
24 Hour Emergency Service.
About Us Astonlee Veterinary Hospital in Newport Pagnell, Milton Keynes, is a small animal practice, treating cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, birds, reptiles and all other family pets. The practice was founded with the intention of providing the very best veterinary care to the local community. The veterinary practice was established in 1986 and is located in Tickford Street, Newport Pagnell, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire and is owned by Mr Paul Manning who has over 20 years veterinary experience.
24 Hour Emergency Service
Astonlee is delighted to offer the only 24-hour Animal Hospital in the Milton Keynes area or Buckinghamshire manned by our own Vets, Nurses and staff to provide the highest level of in patient care.
This does enable us to provide the care your pets need in many circumstances, in particular when they have undergone or undergoing surgery or intensive medical care and treatment. At Astonlee Veterinary Hospital, the care of your pet is continued around the clock by our team on our premises, and we do have hospital visiting arrangements for clients when your pets are in the hospital. The continuity of care over 24 hours can be critically important, and we are pleased to be offering this service.
CANINE CRUCIATE LIGAMENT SURGERY
Dr Paul Manning of Astonlee Veterinary Practice and Animal Hospital is a very experienced surgeon, and has a wide range of skills to offer our animal patients.
Cruciate ligament, or dog knee problems are the commonest orthopaedic condition in dogs, and Paul has taken a very keen interest in this ever since being taught by the late Col Hickman (a very well respected surgeon) at the Cambridge Vet School in 1978. It is commonly said at vet conferences and stated in most current vet textbooks that 'there is no one surgical method that is better than any other'. For many, this means that the surgical techniques have not been advanced very much since cruciate surgery was first pioneered by a Finnish vet (Paatsama) in 1952.
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