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Shires Vets surgery in Stone, Staffordshire

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Eccleshall Road, Walton, Stone, Staffordshire, ST15 0HJ

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Our recently renovated Stone branch, on the Eccleshall road in Stone, is our main companion animal centre.

Consultations are available throughout the day, along with a full range of medical and surgical facilities, nursing clinics and hospitalization facilities, thus ensuring your pet can be cared for efficiently and appropriately by our team of skilled professionals.

Appointments with our vets and nurses available throughout the day, please telephone for an appointment.

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Facilities available include:

  • Separate dog and cat waiting areas
  • Five consulting rooms
  • Separate wards for dogs, cats and exotic pets and a further seperate isolation ward for dogs and cats
  • Imaging suite with digital x-ray, ultrasound, endoscopy and bronchoscopy
  • Two sterile operating theatres
  • Dental suite with digital dental x-ray
  • Advanced surgical and dental treatments including TTA surgery for cruciate ligament disease and endodontic (root canal) and orthodontic treatments for dogs and cats
  • In house laboratory to allow rapid analysis of most blood tests
  • Puppy parties to aid socialization, offer a positive experience to visiting the vets and to provide additional support in the early months

All of our nursing team are either fully RCVS qualified or enrolled students studying for their qualification in Veterinary Nursing.



Address: Eccleshall Road, Walton, Stone, Staffordshire, ST15 0HJ


Opening Times

Mon - Fri              8.30am - 6.30pm

Sat                       8.30am - 1pm


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