In these difficult times we wanted to reassure our referring vets that we are continuing to offer a referral service but we have obviously had to change the way we work.We will see urgent orthopaedic cases on a daily basis and please contact us in the usual way.

Fracture and luxation cases are obvious examples of urgent cases however there are less obvious cases such as a dog with unilateral cranial cruciate ligament rupture which is coping until contralateral rupture occurs.

If in doubt please contact us for advice. We will interact with clients based on social distancing guidelines and current RCVS/BVA and government advice. We will also continue to offer radiographic interpretation and phone supportIf for some reason, such as staff shortages or self isolation of a client, you are having difficulty seeing or investigating a case with an obvious orthopaedic emergency we could potentially see the case with history only but this must come via the referring vet and we will clearly not see self referred cases as usual.

If this is the case please contact us and we will give advice on an individual case basis.

Once these restrictions pass we will clearly have a backlog of cases and will adjust our normal working practices in order to deal with these as quickly as possible.

Welcome to Andrew Miller & Associates

Andrew Miller, Luke Arnott and Ciara Downes provide veterinary care to pets referred by their own veterinary surgeons for orthopaedic investigation and treatment.

We offer:

  •  A caring, friendly, highly dedicated team of nurses and orthopaedic surgeons.
  •  Expert care for dogs and cats referred to us by veterinary surgeons across the UK
  •  Easy, direct contact with Andy, Luke and Ciara
  •  Excellent, hygienic facilities in an easily accessible area
  •  24 hour care of our in-patients
  •  A commitment to excellence in every aspect of our service

What are our qualifications?

Andy and Luke have both undergone extensive postgraduate training in small animal orthopaedics and hold RCVS and European Diplomas respectively.

Both have many years of experience in small animal orthopaedics. The advanced level of skill, training and experience attained and maintained by Andy, Luke and Ciara ensures the best possible standards of care for every patient.

RCVS Diplomate in Small Animal Orthopaedics

Andy graduated from Glasgow University in 1983 and after further training at Glasgow attained his Royal College Diploma in Small Animal Orthopaedics.

He was lecturer in orthopaedics at Glasgow University and established Andrew Miller and Associates in Stirling in 1998.

European Veterinary Specialist in Small Animal Surgery 
RCVS Specialist in Small Animal Surgery (orthopaedics)

Luke graduated from The University of Glasgow in 1993. He worked initially as a mixed practioner and then after gaining the Certificate in Small Animal Surgery he became a senior clinical scholar in small animal surgery (orthopaedics) at Glasgow University.

Luke completed his three year residency at Glasgow University in 2007 and attained the European Diploma in Small Animal Surgery in 2010.

He enjoys all aspects of orthopaedic surgery with particular interests in fracture repair and arthroscopy.

Ciara Downes MVB CertSAO MRCVS

Ciara Downes joined our team in 2018. She has many years of experience in referral small animal orthopaedics, including time spent at Willows Referrals in Solihull, one of the leading referral centres in the UK and, most recently, Kentdale Referrals in the Lake District.

Ciara favours TTA for dogs with cruciate rupture, so we will be able to offer clients a wider spectrum of treatment options in future.


Orthopaedic Referral Service

Our orthopaedic service, with state-of-the-art facilities, including MRI and CT scanning, and expert nursing care, provides the highest level of veterinary orthopaedic care available.  

We use the highest quality equipment and perform minimally invasive techniques where appropriate from Chihuahuas to Great Danes.  

We have special miniature fracture systems for cats and small dogs.

Contact Us

Broadleys Veterinary Hospital
Craig Leith Rd

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