Your pet is important to you and at Acorn Veterinary Centre we aim to give the best treatment possible to keep your pet happy and healthy.
To make sure our surgery meets excellent standards we have achieved accreditation by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, who have declared us a Small Animal General Practice. Our strong team of veterinary and administration staff are available to care for you and your pet in the best way they can. We are also an approved training centre for veterinary nurses.
Our wide range of up to date and specialist equipment provides a top quality service to you and your pet.
If you require assistance when visiting us please advise us when booking an appointment or phone before and we will be happy to help you into the surgery.
The practice was established in a small shop in May 1989 at the High Street, Studley. At this time we treated pets, horses and farm animals. Originally we had one vet, Dr Peter Haseler, and one student nurse/receptionist. Very quickly the practice out grew the small premises and in February 1992 it moved to 21 Station Road, Studley.
We continued to see large animals until 2011 when we were forced to stop owing to personal injury.
Station Road Centre has been gradually expanded with new facilities being introduced including digital X-ray equipment, large quantities of lab equipment and cardiac monitoring facilities. We also became a nurse training centre with Dr Chris Haseler as an assessor.
In 1994 Dr Peter Haseler started to specialise in dentistry and now takes referrals on a regular occasion.
Dr Chris Haseler became interested in acupuncture in 1996 and uses this alternative medicine regularly alongside conventional medicine.