All of our team are animal lovers, many with extensive menageries of animals they look after. You can be sure that we’ll provide the same level of care for your animal, as we would want for our own.

William Reynolds established the practice on York Place in 1896. In 1908 he extended into a garage at the bottom of his garden in Kinnoull Causeway. In 1921 Major Lornie took over the practice and sold on to Bert Macrae in 1946. In 1973 Macrae bought the warehouse next to the garage in Kinnoull Causeway from the Alloa Coal Company (who also owned Robertson’s Jams of Dundee). 

Rob Whiteford and David Ramsay became partners with Bert Macrae and along with Andrew Herd who became a partner in 1992 bought 20 York Place and extended the premises into the rear of the building. 

We moved to new purpose build premises in 2001, to provide the very best veterinary service; with a central location, easy access, plenty of parking, reception space, treatment rooms and a dedicated equine centre. 

Our vet centre offers a comfortable waiting area (with a dedicated small animals waiting area), an on-site dispensary and laboratory (which means that we can provide a faster diagnosis). We also have an isolation ward, and diagnostic and surgical suite, to offer your animals the very best care available. 

We are able to provide acupuncture, puppy socialisation and a range of behaviour / training classes, with a qualified behaviourist

If you’re unsure about the best care for your animal, please speak to one of our team; who will be pleased to help explain the various options available.

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Our team provide a complete range of treatments and services for your pets

From free nurse consultations, to a state-of-the-art digital x-ray and ultrasound suite, our aim is to meet your pet’s needs, all under one roof.

What our clients say about us

“I absolutely love this veterinary practice. Always friendly faces, particularly on reception and over the phone the receptionists are extremely helpful.”

K Gordon

“I have felt that other vets do not treat small animals with the same level of care as a cat or dog however I have never felt this at Tay Valley.”

L Sloan