We try to arrange for you to see the Veterinary Surgeon of your choice. However, this is not always possible due to holidays, duty rotas and continuing professional development course.
We hope you will be understanding.
If you and your Veterinary Surgeon decide that your pet needs to see a specialist, we can usually offer you a choice of specialists and referral centres to best suit your and your pet's needs.
Should you have any questions, please get in touch with us. We'll be happy to help.
Helpful telephone numbers:
|RSPCA||08705 555999 / 0300 123 4999|
|PDSA (Coventry)||01952 290000|
|CPL (Evesham)||01386 833343 (regarding rehoming only)|
|Stratford Dog Warden||01789 260837|
|Vale Wildlife Rescue||01386 882288|
How to contact us
Shipston Veterinary Centre Ltd
24 West Street
Shipston-on-Stour CV36 4HD
Our consultation times:
8.40 a.m. - 6.00 p.m. Monday to Friday
4.30 p.m. - 5.45 p.m. Monday to Friday
Times are variable.
From February 2019, we are offering morning appointments between 9.30 and 10.30 a.m. for a trial period (weekdays except Tuesday)
All consultations at both surgeries are by appointment only
Please note that in emergency out of hours, the same number should be dialled. Listen to the message, then dial 7 to be put through to the Emergency Vet.
News January 2020
We would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Please check our opening hours during the festive period. We will continue to provide emergency on call cover whenever we are closed.
Katie has joined the practice in October 2019. We are so pleased to have Katie on the team. She likes cooking and skiing
We are delighted to welcome Julie back to Shipston Veterinary Centre. Julie worked with us for three years before moving to Bristol. She is moving back into the Cotswolds in October.
Julie likes bell-ringing and her Guinea-pigs!
From March 2019, we are starting to run Wellness Clinics with nursing staff at our Shipston site for Cats and Dogs over 8. These are to check for hidden problems in older patients. Finding problems early is the key to health in old age.
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