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Shires Vets surgery in Eccleshall, Staffordshire

Shires Vets surgery in EccleshallStone Road, Eccleshall, Staffordshire, ST21 6DL

t: 01785 850218

e: eccleshall@shiresvets.com

 

The established Eccleshall branch of Shires Veterinary Practice is a consulting only surgery that can cater for all your companion animal needs.

Operations and hospitalisation take place 5 miles down the road at our Stone Surgery. We can provide an ambulance service from Eccleshall after morning consultations on a Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday- please phone for details.

The Branch is well-equipped with ultrasound and its own laboratory. It is anticipated minor operations and xray will be offered in the future as part of our continued investment in the service we provide.

As an integral part of a progessive practise, the Eccleshall branch are keen to provide a consistent service for your pet. We would like you to be able to see the same vet or nurse every time you visit us so that a meaningful rapport can be built up with you and your animal. Amanda and Charlie are the main companion animal vets at Eccleshall, with nursing support offered by Jo and Rosie, our rabbit 'expert'.

Appointments with our vets and nurses are available throughout the day, please telephone for a time.

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Please call the Stone Surgery on 01785 813955

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Directions

Stone Road, Eccleshall, Staffordshire, ST21 6DL

 

Opening Times

Mon - Fri                        8.30am - 6.00pm

Sat                                 8.30am - 1.30pm

 

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