Station House Veterinary Centre in Broughton

Your pet won’t have to commute far to find excellent veterinary care. Simply visit Station House Veterinary Centre today and let our vets tend to their every need

A photo of the outside of Station House Veterinary Centre in Broughton

Station House Veterinary Centre in Broughton

Wouldn’t it be great to find a friendly and reputable veterinary practice just a stone’s throw away from your home? Well, if you live in Broughton, you’re in luck.

The Station House Veterinary Centre was the fourth branch to join Grange Veterinary Hospital’s growing community. Formerly the old station master’s house, you can still see part of the platform waiting shelter in our car park. 

In 1990 the Wignall family converted the old roadside café into the comfortable and inviting veterinary centre it is today. The centre treats over a thousand satisfied patients every single year, but don’t just take our word for it, come and take advantage of our excellent facilities, free car parking and a wonderful team of dedicated professionals yourself; you’re always welcome to come and say hello. 

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Here at Station House Veterinary Centre we can treat an array of conditions and offer your pet just about everything they would ever need. Is your pet microchipped? Do you need a little advice about worms or fleas? Whatever your requirements, a simple trip to our centre could dramatically enhance your pet’s life and put your mind at ease. 

Meet the Vet at Broughton

Dylan Payne BVMedSci, BVM, BVS, MRCVS – Veterinary Surgeon

DylanteamAs a Veterinary Surgeon, Dylan spends most of his time either in the consulting room or the operating theatre. He works at the Mold practice, to ensure that your companion has great continuity of care.

Dylan particularly enjoys orthopaedic and soft tissue surgery, but also enjoys carrying out ultrasound scans and he has recently completed a course to get the best out of our brand new ultrasound machine.

At home Dylan has a dog called Leo, who was rescued from Romania when his littermates died of Distemper. Leo is a great chaser of balls, which suits Dylan as he provides a convenient way of getting back rugby balls, when Dylan has been practicing his kicking in the winter, and cricket balls in the summer after bowling practice. 



Chester Road


01244 661477

Opening Times

Monday to Friday 9:00am – 10am
5:00pm – 6.30pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday/Bank Holidays Closed

In case of emergency, please call 01352 700087.

To register your pet or to book an appointment at Broughton Station House Veterinary Centre
simply call our highly recommended team today on 01244 661477 and we’ll be more than happy to help you.