01268 755801
Weekdays: 8.00am – 6.30pm
Saturday: 8.00am – 11.30am

Riverside Vets

We are an Independent, local vet in London Road, Benfleet, Essex

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370 London Rd
Essex SS7 1BG
01268 755801

Opening Hours

Mon – Fri8.00am – 6.30pm
Saturday8.00am – 11.30am


If we are closed, in an emergency please phone:  01702 526 666  to be connected to an out-of-hours emergency service.

01702 526 666

Welcome to Riverside Vets Benfleet

We are an independent, local vet practice providing health care to dogs, cats, and small furries.

Our local vet surgery was founded in 1975 by, Mr Andrew Deans BVetMed, along with his colleague, Mr Robert Howell BVetMed when it was known as the Riverside Veterinary Group. A few of our team have been working in the practice for over 30 years and have acquired considerable experience tending to sick and injured pets. We have chosen to stay independent and small to provide a more personal service and ensure individual care for your pet.

You’ll find our local vet practice at the bottom of Bread and Cheese Hill in Benfleet, we are just a few doors along from the Maharaja Restaurant.

Riverside Vets Benfleet are a local Vet in Benfleet Essex

Healthy Pet Club

Budget Monthly, Save Money.

Get the very best year-round care for your pet combined with huge savings on essential routine treatments

Healthy pet club membership covers all the essential treatments your pet needs throughout the year. Members get the same great vet service with a whole lot of added benefits.

Benefits include vaccinations, free consultation with a local vet, parasite treatments, dental care appointments with a nurse. Also 10% discounts on services such as dental treatments, neutering food and accessories and more.

Local vet provides lifelong care for pets when they join the Riverside Vets Healthy Pet Club

Latest Updates

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Lungworm in dogs and foxes. The lungworm parasite has a complicated life cycle shown in the video above.  There have been over 2700 cases of the infection in the UK (2019).  Fortunately, the infection cannot be spread directly between dogs.  Frogs, snails, and slugs...

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