We employ veterinary surgeons and nurses of the highest standard while also being a training centre for our student nurses.
I have been practising as a veterinary surgeon for more than 30 years, established my first surgery over 25 years ago and we now have two full time surgeries in the southwest of London.
See David Cuffe and Associates in Action
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||9:00 - 19:00
||9:00 - 17:30
||10:00 - 14.00
Opposite the surgery by The Abbeville Gastro-Pub (very dog friendly) there are three free 30 minute bays. On our side of the road, and the remaining side of the block opposite, and most of the surrounding roads it is Pay & Display or Permit from 09.00 to 18.00 Monday to Friday. (On Hambalt Road on our side of Abbeville it is 09.00 to 20.30 Monday to Friday). Saturday is unrestricted. There is unrestricted parking most of the day on Elms Road behind the surgery.
We are one of many vet clinics taking part in a nationwide project aimed at better reporting all types and level of disease affecting companion animals in the UK. VetCompass Animal Surveillance is led by the Royal Veterinary College (RVC), in collaboration with the University of Sydney. The project collects information from veterinary consultations, in order to present a picture of national disease levels in companion animals. The RSPCA is currently funding a PhD to investigate inherited and acquired disorders in dogs and cats.
Coded data from clinical consultations is merged to create a comprehensive national database providing detailed information about the health of companion animals. Coded clinical animal records are broken down by disease between species, breed, age, sex, colour, weight, geographic area and more.
Veterinary practices receive no payment for participation in VetCompass and are taking part in order to contribute to a happier and healthier future for animals in their care.