In these Terms and Conditions we, our, or us refers to Cheviot Vets.
Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully. By using this site, users will be taken to have agreed to them. We reserve the right to modify the Terms and Conditions at any time, and users are advised to read the Terms and Conditions regularly. By continuing to use this site, users will be taken to have agreed to and accepted the Terms and Conditions, including such modifications.
All intellectual property displayed or presented on this site, such as trademarks, trade names, images and text are and remain the property of Cheviot Vets except where indicated.
By using this site you agree to respect our intellectual property rights and will not copy, download or reproduce any material on this site for commercial purposes.
This site has been created using the Twitter Bootstrap, The Joomla CMS Framework and a variety of other OpenSource software and systems. This site is not otherwise affiliated with or endorsed by Open Source Matters, the Joomla! Project or any other software developers whose software is used in the preparation & distribution of the website.
This site may include links to third party sites that are controlled and maintained by others. We take no responsibility for - and accept no liability in respect of - their content. The inclusion of links to such sites does not imply any endorsement of views, statements or information contained therein.
Use of this site does not require credit card details and we ask that you do not enter such information on any of the forms on this site. In the event that items are or become available for sale, Third-Party agencies (such as Paypal) will be used and the user will be responsible for choosing whether or not to pass information on to them.
This Website is controlled and operated by Cheviot Vets, located in Scotland. We make no claim that the content of this site is appropriate or available for use in other locations. Users who choose to access this site from other locations do so on their own initiative and are responsible for compliance with local laws, if and to the extent such local laws are applicable.