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About Us

What makes MBM Veterinary Group unique?

Kilmarnock Surgery

Veterinary surgeons have worked from 21 Hill Street in Kilmarnock, the largest of our three premises, since 1913. The original, part-listed building has been extended and refurbished over the years to provide state of the art facilities. Our highly knowledgeable, friendly veterinary staff work within three separate teams for the farm, equine and pet departments, providing complete routine healthcare, first opinion and referral services. Out of hours emergency care is always available. Kilmarnock is the base for 24-hour hospitalisation care for pets from all of our branches. Follow us on Facebook for the latest news from Kilmarnock Surgery.

To ensure accessibility to all, we have disabled access at the rear of the building.  Also our corridors and doors are wide enough to allow wheelchair users to manoeuvre around.  We also have a lowered reception desk and disabled toilet facilities.

Mauchline Surgery

Our Mauchline surgery was originally founded in 1957 by George Barr, who subsequently went into partnership with the late Ian MacMillan in 1960. The friendly, welcoming, professional ethos that George and Ian established is something that we are proud to maintain. The modern premises is well-equipped to provide complete routine healthcare and undertake medical procedures, as well as routine surgery, soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery. It has two consulting rooms, prep/dentistry room, laboratory, surgical theatre, digital radiography, ultrasonography and separate dog and cat wards. Follow us on Facebook for the latest news from Mauchline Surgery.

Besides consultations made by appointment, Mauchline Surgery also offers Open Surgery hours (no appointment needed) Monday to Friday between 1:30pm - 2:00pm & 6:00pm - 7:00pm and on Saturdays between 12:00pm - 1:00pm.

Disabled access and toilet Facilities available.

Beith Surgery

MBM Veterinary Group in Beith has recently moved from Eglinton Street to our brand new purpose-built premises on Kings Road. Our friendly, knowledgeable vets and staff offer complete routine healthcare and are well-equipped to undertake medical diagnostics and surgical procedures for your pets with a large reception/waiting area, two consulting rooms, central prep/dentistry room, digital radiography and ultrasonography, surgical theatre and separate dog and cat wards. Farm veterinary services are also available at Beith, including ordering and collecting farm animal medicines. Follow us on Facebook for the latest news from Beith Surgery.

To ensure accessibility to all, we have disabled access at the rear of the building.  Also our corridors and doors are wide enough to allow wheelchair users to manoeuvre around.  We also have a lowered reception desk and disabled toilet facilities

Our goal is excellence in veterinary care. But how do we achieve that and how does it benefit you and your animal?

Our friendly veterinary staff work in three separate departments for pets, farm animals and horses

  • By specialising into teams, our vets can offer a greater depth of knowledge and experience when treating your animals
  • We fund annual training and encourage further qualifications for all of our staff, to develop their clinical interests and ensure that we are at the forefront of current best practice
  • Many of our vets have RCVS-recognised postgraduate qualifications and we have an RCVS Specialist on our Farm team 

We are here for you and your animals 24 hours a day

  • Out of hours emergency veterinary care or free telephone advice is always available
  • 24 hour hospital care for pets is provided at our Kilmarnock branch

We make ongoing investments in our long-established veterinary practices

  • All of our branches are accredited under the RCVS Practice Standards scheme
  • We regularly update and replace our medical and surgical equipment to improve our ability to diagnose and treat your animals
  • You have access to services and facilities for your animal at any of our branches, not just the branch you’re registered with

We promote animal welfare and work to benefit our local communities 

  • We produce our own client information newsletters and website, and we hold regular free client information events
  • We work with several animal charities in Ayrshire including the PDSA, Guide Dogs for the Blind, Cats Protection, Dogs Trust, Springer Rescue, Boxer Welfare Society, Greyhound Awareness League and Dog Aid Society
  • Two of our branches are Veterinary Nurse Training Practices, providing career development and employment opportunities for young people in Ayrshire

We achieve all of this while keeping our fees affordable

  • We offer our Pet Health Club for pets, spreading the cost and giving you great savings on regular preventative care
  • We can deal with difficult cases in a number of disciplines, reducing the need for more costly referrals to other centres
  • We do not charge administration fees for completing insurance claim forms