The Practice, previously known as Taylor and Lees, extended from its original site in Sudbury town centre to its current location in 1990 under the guidance of Robert Lees. The practice has since expanded to include a small animal department.
The office, reception facilities and five further in patient stables were built in 2003 and a horse walker was installed in January 2009. In 2014 a new building in the southern corner of the yard with a purpose built examination room complete with stocks and living accommodation above. In 2016 isolation stables were erected, away from the clinic enabling infectious cases to be treated away from other patients.
We have Seven 100% Equine Vets all with interests in different areas of horse care and we cover a large geographical area treating competition horses, retired ponies, racehorses to donkeys. With an excellent team of Equine nurses behind them, if your horse requires a stay at the clinic, rest assured it will be cared for as if it was our own.
The small animal department has six veterinary surgeons, six nurses and an ANA. We have consultations running all day from 8am through to 6.30pm with surgery on each week day.
The Clinic has been recognised by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons as a Tier 2 Equine and Small Animal practice; this is in recognition of attaining a set level of standards and quality.
The clinic has excellent facilities including its our own operating theatre, laboratory and stud. Please visit the services area to see what we can offer you.