Bilton Veterinary Centre Ltd
259 Bilton Road
Warwickshire CV22 7EQ
Tel: 01788 812650
Fax: 01788 522439
Company Reg No 05143483
Bilton Vets is the longest established Vets in Rugby and surrounding areas. We also provide veterinary care for pets in Hillmorton, Brownsover, Cawston, and the peripheral villages. We pride ourselves in being an independent and locally owned practice. We aim to provide a friendly and compassionate service at all times.
259 Bilton Road
New Advice Sheets Added
We have added some more Advice Sheets to our Information and Advice section. These documents are proving really useful to help explain certain common conditions that we see in the animals we treat. If there are subjects you would like to see covered -
We welcome our new vet Galina Petkova MRCVS!
We are very pleased to introduce our new veterinary surgeon. Galina qualified in 2009 and has worked in several practices previously before joining us here at the Bilton family. Her particular interests include all aspects of soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery. Read more here.
FREE consultation voucher for new clients
To welcome new clients to the practice, we are able to offer your first consultation/health check FREE of charge. This gives us a good opportunity to meet you and your pet! Please enter your details here to download your voucher.
We become Rugby’s first “Cat Friendly Practice”
We have recently become the first Veterinary Practice in Rugby to be awarded “Cat Friendly” Status by the International Society of Feline Medicine. Read More about this award and our special cat facilities here.
As part of our “Junior Club” package for puppies and kittens, we are able to offer a FREE four week cover plan with the leading pet insurance company, PetPlan. Find out more information about what benefits we are able to offer with our Junior Club here.
Four weeks FREE insurance with PetPlan
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At Bilton vets we know cats can be fussy eaters and not the most willing creatures to accept a change in their diet, so if you have ever struggled to get your pet to eat dry food at any stage you are undoubtedly not alone! However, there is lots of information (and, even more, opinions) out there that can be overwhelming and difficult to sift through…
My cat will only eat wet food – is it OK not to feed biscuits?