Arbury Road Vets

Arbury Road Vets is part of CVS (UK) Limited, a company which owns over 490 veterinary practices within the UK. Company Registration Number 03777473

Registered Office: CVS House, Owen Road, Diss, Norfolk IP22 4ER.  © arbury road vets cambridge 2018.   Telephone calls are recorded to improve our service.


Tel: 01223 361911

Emergencies seen immediately




8.30am - 7.00pm


8.30am - 12.00pm



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32 Arbury Road Cambridge

CB4 2JE 01223 361911

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Modern Vet Practice with old fashion values of care

Christmas and New Year Opening Hours

24th Christmas Eve

        8:30am -4:00pm

25th Christmas Day (Tuesday)


26th Boxing Day (Wednesday)


27th Thursday 8:30 - 7:00pm

28th Friday8:30 - 7:00pm

29th Saturday 8:30am-12:00

31st New Years Eve

       8:30am - 5:00pm

1st New Year’s Day (Tuesday)


2nd  January  

Normal Hours 8:30am-7pm

In emergency telephone

01223 361911

Dog Vaccinations

Our policy is to use targeted vaccinations to ensure as many dogs as possible are vaccinated against the major canine killer diseases present in the UK These are Distemper, Infectious Hepatitis, Parvovirus and Leptospirosis. These constitute the basic vaccinations which are given to puppies from 6 weeks old and completing at 10 weeks, boostered at one year and then every 3 years, however leptospirosis MUST be given every 12 months. We recommend vaccinations against Kennel Cough (infectious bronchitis) from puppyhood and boostered annually (this is given by drops placed in the dog’s nose).

If you are considering going abroad with your dog you will need Rabies vaccination at least 21 days prior to going (for some non EU countries this may vary) . If you are likely to be going to southern Europe then consider Leishmaniasis vaccination as well).

Cat vaccinations

Our policy is to target vaccinate as many cats as possible to reduce the incidence of feline infectious diseases. Cats are generally given protection from Cat Flu, Feline enteritis and Feline Leukaemia (Felv). Vaccinations can be tailored to your cat’s life style (indoors only or a cat with access to outdoors may need a different protocol). We aim to ensure full protection with the minimal number of  vaccines, for example feline enteritis is only used every third year after the first full booster has been given.

Going abroad then youir cat will need a Rabies vaccination.

Rabbit Vaccination

our services

Vaccination policy

professional care for your pets

At Arbury Road Vets we are committed to using up to date veterinary medical care and surgery delivered with compassion.