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Vet Extra Neurology
We are totally committed to providing gold-standard care to your pets: Vet Extra Neurology treat patients as we would want our own pets to be treated, and we have a professional, friendly team of staff who are dedicated to providing the help, clear explanations and the support you need at what we fully appreciate can be a stressful time.
Jacques Penderis is the lead veterinary neurologist of Vet Extra Neurology
and will personally oversee the treatment of your pet. He graduated from the University of Pretoria (Onderstepoort) in 1993, completed a Residency and Masters in Neurology at the University of Glasgow and obtained his PhD on central nervous system repair from the Centre for Brain Repair, University of Cambridge.
The University of Glasgow awarded Jacques Penderis a personal Professorship in 2009, where Jacques Penderis was Head of Small Animal Clinical Sciences, before leaving to establish Vet Extra Neurology.
He is a Past President of the European College of Veterinary Neurology and was awarded the European College of Veterinary Neurology John Presthus prize and 2014 British Small Animal Veterinary Association Blaine award for outstanding contributions to the advancement of small animal medicine and surgery.
Broadleys Veterinary Hospital in Stirling
Vet Extra Neurology is based at Broadleys Veterinary Hospital in Stirling, offering care 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Using Burgess Diagnostics MRI, leaders in Veterinary MRI, your pet will receive the best possible veterinary attention and the highest standard of care and communication.
You can be confident that you will be seen by a world leading veterinary neurologist who will personally look after your pet from initial consultation, through surgery to follow up and after care.
Vet Extra Neurology
Broadleys Veterinary Hospital
Craig Leith Rd
Telephone: 01786 445665
We realise this is a worrying time for all our clients, and we ask that you help us to reduce the risk to our visitors and the practice so that we can continue to care for your pets
Oscar underwent decompressive spinal surgery and made a good recovery and is back to his normal bouncy self
The lovely Lola presented with a history of a marked back pain and some mild hind limb ataxia
I have been building up her activities gradually to get her fit again and back to her agility classes
Once comfortable Tina returned home to her family with discharge instructions and oral medications and continued to make an excellent recovery
Here is Mr Brucey celebrating his 4th Birthday 3 years after his procedure
Jacques and the team cared for our dog Gunner. The referral was very prompt and we were seen within a couple of hours of referral (we live an hour and a half away so referral couldn’t be quicker).
Turned out, Gunner had a spinal cord blood clot and surgery was required.
We can’t thank the whole team enough for everything they done for our ‘wee boy’. Jacques was professional, compassionate and very informative, allowing us to make informed decisions. His expertise and skill saved Gunner! We can’t thank him enough.
Our boy is quite needy so can only imagine how much care and attention the nurses gave him. Their hard work is massively appreciated. They really have helped his recovery.
The admin team were professional, compassionate and friendly too.. always helps when you are thinking the worst of a treasured family pet.
We can’t rate Vet Extra Neurology Stirling highly enough… Thank you all.
Jacques, you are a saint! The work that you do, the miracles that you perform along with your calm, professional and compassionate manner will always be remembered.
Thank you for taking such good care of my wee Alfie aka. Doodles. Also a huge thank you to Kerry and the other vet nurses who looked after him and loved him the way that his own family does.
We are only at the start of a long journey of recovery but I feel hopeful he will eventually once again live a normal and happy life.
From Joanne and Bob Logan
World class veterinary neurology in Scotland - providing the best possible treatment for your pet