Our vet Agata has recently obtained her Certificate in Exotics.  Many hours of study and practise have ensured she is one of the best in the business. 

Well done Agata!

Disease-bearing Ticks Increasing with                 the Rise in Temperatures

Research has shown that there are very high populations of disease-bearing ticks in the southeast of England - and numbers are growing.


Take precausions against tick bites by ensuring your pet's parasite treatments are up-to-date.  Pop in to the clinic or call us to discuss the best treatments for your pet or to find out if they are up-to-date. 


                * NEW: VETPOST *

 Introducing VetPost, our new home delivery service, available now! Contact us at the clinic to find out how we can make your life easier today! #VetPost


    Pet Travel - What You Need to Know

Should we leave the EU with no deal, there will be a change to pet travel as we will no longer be part of the Pet Passport Scheme.  While it may be more complicated, it is certainly not impossible.  Your vet will be able to discuss the latest pet travel advice with you.  


From 1st November 2019, if there is not deal, please allow AT LEAST four months processing time before travel with your pet.  This is regardless of whether you have an up-to-date pet passport or not.


Requirements include:


  • Microchip
  • Rabies vaccination and blood test 30 days after the vaccination
  • Travel is permitted 3 months after the blood test
  • Get Health Certificate 10 days before travel


Copy and paste the link below into your browser for a detailed guide of changes: 


               VETERINARY HPM -                           ADVANCED PET NUTRITION

We are very pleased to be stocking Virbac's HPM Pet Food.  This is a specialised pet food that has been carefully developed to meet you pet's nutritional needs. 


High in protein and low in carbohydrates, HPM's formulation offers up to 10 health benefits:

  • Urinary health
  • Helps maintain renal function
  • Weight control
  • Dental/tartar protection
  • Skin & coat support
  • High digestive tolerance
  • Low glycaemic index
  • Low-allergen formulation
  • Joint and muscle support 
  • Immune Support

Most importantly, pets find it so palatable that Virbac offers a money back guarantee if your pet doesn't like it. 


Also, after your fifth bag, get the sixth one FREE!


A superior food for your pets, highly recommended by us.  

Guard your pets and homes against fleas and ticks.


With the ever-changing and unpredictable weather, fleas and ticks are bound to appear.  Please ensure your pets are up-to-date on their parasite treatments to prevent any infestations.  We stock a variety of effective products, from collars to spot-ons.  Please note that your pet needs an annual weight check to use these products, as they are prescribed by your vet and dosage is dependant on weight.



Exotic Pets


Here at Bromley Common Vets our resident vets Patrick Dooley and Agata Zienkiewicz have a passion for exotic pets. There isn't anything they wont see - from snakes, bearded dragons, tortoises, geckos and chameleons to birds, hedgehogs, micro pigs, sugar gliders and many more!!



If it's more convenient, order your medication, repeat prescriptions and food by email.


If our phone line is busy, and you'd like to place an order for food or medication, you can always drop us an email  at


We process orders between 9am and 6.45pm Monday to Friday, so please allow 24 hours from the first working day for your goods to be ready for collection. 



In an Emergency


If your pet needs help urgently out of hours, call our practice number

0208 4607222 which will give you details of our out of hours provider.


Andersons Veterinary Practice

125 Bromley Common





0208 4607222 





Free Client Parking 



Monday- Friday

8.30am- 7.00pm

Consultation by Appointment




Consultation by Appointment


Sunday service available

at our Orpington branch


Make an appointment with us today, call us on

0208 460 7222

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