Southern Cross Veterinary Clinic Port Elizabeth is a companion animal vet in Port Elizabeth. Southern Cross Veterinary Clinic in Port Elizabeth offers the best veterinary medical and surgical care for your pet. Southern Cross Veterinary Clinic in Port Elizabeth became a reality on 7th September 1999 when the property at 8 Salisbury Avenue was purchased. The beautiful clinic with its residential appearance and gardens, safe car park, wheelchair friendly entrance, and its unique facilities is an asset that we are very proud of.
Our Mission at Southern Cross Veterinary Clinic is to offer and provide the best medical and surgical care for your pet. As pet owners ourselves, we respect the closeness of the human-animal bond and it is our purpose to enable pet owners to celebrate all aspects of this loving and caring relationship. Therefore, we strive to give the professional and compassionate care we want our pets to receive when they are sick or injured. We consider you and the Southern Cross Veterinary Clinic as partners in your pet's health care. We believe that prevention and education are the cornerstones of the total medical care that we offer our clients.
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