How to find us

Astonlee Veterinary Surgery

Tickford Street, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire MK16 9BA

Tel: 01908 611637 (24hrs, 8 lines)
Fax: 01908 218095

It's easy to find us!

We are about 3 miles from junction 14 on the M1. Follow the signs to Newport Pagnell. Go straight over at the roundabout where there is a Aston Martin garage. Continue down London Road, over a mini-roundabout and into Tickford Street, on past a BP garage on your right, and further on, a tall black glass building (Harben House training centre) on your left.

The new Hospital is located opposite the old surgery (which is now our physio/hydro centre), and is easily visible because it has a very distinctive tower on the corner of Chicheley Street and Tickford Street. Turn right past the tower around the island and a short way up Chicheley Street you will see the large car park on the right.

The practice attracts clients mainly from Milton Keynes, Newport Pagnell and local areas, but also from further afield such as Northampton, Bedford, Towcester, Deanshanger.

Clients come from further afield for cruciate referrals in dogs ;eg: South Wales, Dorset, Essex, Sussex, Oxfordshire, London.

Local areas from which clients commonly come to the practice include:

Bedford

Brogborough, Wharley End, Newton Blossomville, Cranfield, Bourne End, Turvey, Marston Moretaine.

Buckinghamshire

Newport Pagnell, Hardmead, Sherington, Lavendon, Tyringham, Warrington, Moulsoe, Ravenstone, Little Crawley, Lathbury, Chicheley, Clifton Reynes, Interchange Park, Filgrave, Emberton, Broughton, North Crawley, Stoke Goldington, Weston Underwood, Olney, Gayhurst, Cold Brayfield, Astwood.

Milton Keynes

Salford, Willen Park, Hulcote, Hanslope, Willen, Bolbeck Park, Giffard Park, Pineham, Tongwell, Great Linford, Northfield, Little Linford, Blakelands, Pennyland, Milton Keynes Village.

Northamptonshire.

Northampton and surrounding villages.

Hertfordshire.

Charter Of Service

The ‘Astonlee Charter’ sets out our promise to you. It is constantly updated as we listen to your views on what you are seeking from us for your pets. Established in 1986 we have always been at the va...

History of the practice

2016

'Our plan is ongoing care for our pet.' Whilst we compete in many areas on price, our No1 priority is the standard of care we provide for you and your pet.

Our standards of care include protocols and the follow up of cases by the same vet wherever possible.

Silver Award standard of rabbit care by the Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund (RWAF).

30 year anniversary of Astonlee is being celebrated with an Open Day on Saturday 20th August 1-4pm.

2015

The practice has expanded to 7 vets.

Laser therapy has been introduced. (see Companion laser therapy website www.litecure.com/companion/)

Puppy parties have been re-launched

A new orthopaedic procedure for treating patella luxation in dogs and cats has been introduced called 'Ridge Stop'.

Making appointments

Hospital admissions take place between 8.00am and 8.30am, Monday to Friday unless otherwise arranged.

Discharges for your pet are arranged through our reception team and depends on the recovery of your pet. All our care is provided in one building and patients do not travel back and forth from different practices.