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PRIMARY CARE

We have two primary care practices in Backworth and Newbiggin, diagnosing and treating your beloved pets.

REFERRALS

Our highly qualified veterinarians can treat specialist cases using the latest techniques and technology.

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YOUR VETERINARY PRACTICES IN THE NORTH EAST

At Moorview Vets, our dedicated and friendly team take great pride in providing the best possible care for your pet.

With state of the art medical technology, long surgery times, hospitalisation facilities and a 24/7 emergency service, you can rest assured that your pet is receiving the best possible care, day or night.

Why Moorview Vets?

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Find out more about some of the experienced and qualified veterinarians, nurses and reception members across our three practices.

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OUR LOCATIONS

Find out opening times, contact details and map directions for our two first opinion practices in North Tyneside and Northumberland.

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OUR LATEST PROMOTIONS

Vaccinations for life, free nursing clinics and discounted neutering for those on lower incomes. Find out more about these offers by clicking below. 

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WHY MOORVIEW?

First and foremost, our team of veterinarians and nurses strive to provide your pet with the very best care and treatment.

Moorview’s state-of-the-art equipment – including the most technically advanced CT scanner in the region – allow us to diagnose and treat pets with greater precision.

24/7 hospitalisation is an option for those pets requiring extra care, whilst our emergency service ensures that your companion can get the treatment it needs, day or night.

We have primary care practices in Shiremoor and Newbiggin-by-the-Sea and a dedicated referral practice at Backworth, with ample free parking available at all three sites.

OUR SERVICES

Our experienced team of veterinarians and nurses can carry out a range of procedures in an ever-growing number of disciplines. From internal medicine to complex surgical procedures, we have the knowledge and the expertise to get your pet back on all four paws.

Keep your pet fit and strong with a thorough veterinary examination.

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Identifying various heart diseases, murmurs and arrhythmias.

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Talk to us about any issues your pet may be experiencing.

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Our cutting edge on-site 16 slice Toshiba CT scanner can be used to explore a variety skeletal, abdominal and oncological issues.

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We offer free dental health checks to keep your pet’s mouth in good condition, as well as a number of other services to protect their teeth and gums.

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We can diagnose and treat a vast range of skin, hair, ear and nail diseases using our cutting edge facilities and knowledge.

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At Moorview we have the facilities to use up to date diagnostic imaging equipment and techniques to aid in diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of diseases.

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Our experienced team of practitioners can diagnose and treat all manner of internal ailments and diseases.

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Safeguard against your pet getting lost, injured or stolen with our microchipping service.

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The mobile MRI scanner is fully equipped for magnetic resonance imaging on animals, helping to determine and treat musculoskeletal problems, cognitive issues and brain diseases.

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Neutering your cat or dog can help to reduce the risk of contracting a range of diseases, as well as preventing aggressive behaviour and unwanted mating.

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At Moorview we aim to combine the latest therapies from surgery and medicine to treat pets affected by cancer.

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We can help to care for your pets’ eyesight, and our facilities make it possible to perform ocular surgery where necessary.

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We can perform surgery on joints and fractures, as well as operating on dysplasias and limb deformities.

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Looking after your pet after operations, sedation and dental work.

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Written prescriptions for your pet’s medication.

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Our highly experienced veterinarians can perform ENT, thoracic, urogenital, abdominal and colorectal surgeries, to name but a few.

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Protect your pet from viruses and diseases with regular inoculations.

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Our specialist referral veterinarian can perform a range of surgeries on animals suffering from spinal issues.

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Commitment

First and foremost, our experienced and diligent team of veterinarians and nurses strive to provide your pet with the very best care and treatment available.


24/7 care

24/7 hospitalisation is an option for those pets requiring extra care, whilst our emergency service ensures that your companion can get the treatment it needs, day or night.

Facilities

Moorview’s state-of-the-art equipment – including the most technically advanced CT scanner in the region – allow us to diagnose and treat pets with greater speed and precision.


Accessibility

We currently have two first opinion practices in Backworth and Newbiggin-by-the-Sea. Both are easily accessible, and there is ample free parking available at both sites.

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WARNING! HEAT EXHAUSTION IN DOGS

Dogs overheating is not something you should take lightly. Please be aware that heat exhaustion can lead to serious and potentially fatal conditions such as heat stroke and cardiac arrest.

Warning Signs
• Excessive Panting
• Less Responsive
• Excessive drooling
• Lack of coordination
• Loss of consciousness
• Collapse
• Convulsions
• Vomiting
• Diarrhoea
• Gums of the mouth blue or bright red

Whilst all dogs are at risk, some breeds are more prone to it than others. This includes:
• Very young or very old dogs
• Long Haired dogs
• Dogs with a thick coat
• Brachycephalic breeds
o Bulldogs, French bulldogs, Pugs, Boxers, Shih Tzus
• Overweight dogs
• Ones with medical conditions that cause difficulty
breathing or heart problems

Prevention is better than cure
• Ideally keep your pet indoors in a cool area
• Only walk first thing in the morning or last thing at night
when the weather is at its coolest (Remember pavements
can get very hot and burn pads)
• Plenty of rest in the shade
• Water must be available at all times
• Do not leave a dog in a hot car, even for 1 minute

If you are concerned that your dog may have heat stroke contact your vet immediately!
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22 hours ago  ·  

Exciting opportunity for a full time vet at Moorview Vets in the North East. Amazing facilities and working with certificate holders in medicine, surgery, oncology, cardiology, dermatology and an emergency and critical care team for the out of hours. We are looking for an experienced general practioner ( at least 2 years qualified) area of interest will be actively encouraged and supported. If you are interested or for more information then e mail us at emilyr@moorviewvets.co.uk or Tim.dobbins@myfamilyvetsnortheast. ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago  ·  

FOUND -
Male entire rabbit. Found in Shiremoor area. No chip. Very friendly. If you have any information on the owners please contact 0191 3388890. Thanks
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4 days ago  ·  

FOUND! Male neutered black and white cat. Found in the area of Backworth.
No microchip . Please contact 0191 3388890 if you know who this cat could belong to.
PLEASE SHARE!
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4 days ago  ·  

THE LATEST NEWS

FACEBOOK

WARNING! HEAT EXHAUSTION IN DOGS

Dogs overheating is not something you should take lightly. Please be aware that heat exhaustion can lead to serious and potentially fatal conditions such as heat stroke and cardiac arrest.

Warning Signs
• Excessive Panting
• Less Responsive
• Excessive drooling
• Lack of coordination
• Loss of consciousness
• Collapse
• Convulsions
• Vomiting
• Diarrhoea
• Gums of the mouth blue or bright red

Whilst all dogs are at risk, some breeds are more prone to it than others. This includes:
• Very young or very old dogs
• Long Haired dogs
• Dogs with a thick coat
• Brachycephalic breeds
o Bulldogs, French bulldogs, Pugs, Boxers, Shih Tzus
• Overweight dogs
• Ones with medical conditions that cause difficulty
breathing or heart problems

Prevention is better than cure
• Ideally keep your pet indoors in a cool area
• Only walk first thing in the morning or last thing at night
when the weather is at its coolest (Remember pavements
can get very hot and burn pads)
• Plenty of rest in the shade
• Water must be available at all times
• Do not leave a dog in a hot car, even for 1 minute

If you are concerned that your dog may have heat stroke contact your vet immediately!
... See MoreSee Less

22 hours ago  ·  

Exciting opportunity for a full time vet at Moorview Vets in the North East. Amazing facilities and working with certificate holders in medicine, surgery, oncology, cardiology, dermatology and an emergency and critical care team for the out of hours. We are looking for an experienced general practioner ( at least 2 years qualified) area of interest will be actively encouraged and supported. If you are interested or for more information then e mail us at emilyr@moorviewvets.co.uk or Tim.dobbins@myfamilyvetsnortheast. ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago  ·  

FOUND -
Male entire rabbit. Found in Shiremoor area. No chip. Very friendly. If you have any information on the owners please contact 0191 3388890. Thanks
... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago  ·  

FOUND! Male neutered black and white cat. Found in the area of Backworth.
No microchip . Please contact 0191 3388890 if you know who this cat could belong to.
PLEASE SHARE!
... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago  ·  

OUR PROMOTIONS

We update our promotions on a regular basis, offering pet owners savings and special deals on vaccinations, preventative healthcare, microchipping and nursing clinics.

PRIMARY CARE

  • info@moorviewvets.co.uk
  • 0191 256 6990

Unit 5C
Northumberland Park
Shiremoor
NE27 0SJ


  • info@moorviewvets.co.uk
  • 01670 814 628

29 Gibson Street
Newbiggin-by-the-Sea
Northumberland
NE64 6UY

REFERRALS

  • referrals@moorviewvets.co.uk
  • 0191 338 8890

Station Road
Backworth
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
NE27 0AA