Welcome To Thrums Vet Group Online


The aim of our new website is to provide you with some useful information and to keep you up to date with things happening in the practice.

Whether you are a farm, equine or pet client, we have something for you all. If we don't have what you are looking for please feel free to contact us.

Click on the link to visit our Equine Page for all the latest Equine News


Click on the link to open our NEW article on Tick Prevention

Tick Prevention


Click on the link to open our NEW article on what to do if your rabbit stops eating, and for information on Happy Hoppers Bunny Month

My Rabbit Has Stopped Eating


We would like to wish a warm welcome to our latest recruit. Nienke Oostra has joined us as our new equine vet. Nienke is bringing to the practice years of experience in the equine field, she has worked all over the world with elite racers and pleasure horses including stints in Kentucky and Sydney. Nienke has set up a foal intensive care unit for one of the largest studs in the southern hemisphere, and she now joins us at Thrums to build and develop the equine care, services and facilities we can provide to all our clients.


We have confirmed cases of Parvovirus in the Kirriemuir area.

All owners of unvaccinated dogs out there, or dogs whos vaccines have lapsed (annual boosters are need to keep up immunity) are strongly advised to get ALL DOGS VACCINATED.

In light of this, here at Thrums Vets, we are running a vaccine amnesty. The cost of the initial primary course which is 2 injections 2 weeks apart will be greatly reduced. The course can be restarted for the cost of a booster. Phone any of our surgeries to organise an appointment to ensure your dog is covered against this potentially fatal virus.

Kirriemuir - 01575 572643 Blairgowrie - 01250 871010 Forfar - 01307 466967

Thrums Vet Health Plan for pets