Wrekin View Veterinary Practice
There has been a veterinary practice in Queen Street, Wellington, Telford for over a century. The practice today is a 3-vet companion animal practice which offers a caring and professional service for your pet. The practice has achieved the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons General Practice Accreditation.
We are the only small independent, non-corporate practice in Wellington and our veterinary practice is built on mutual trust, respect, approachability and offers support, compassion and genuine care for your pet. Our whole team is ready to offer you advice to ensure that you are able to keep your pet as healthy as possible, using safe and effective preventative medicines and treatments.
As a small friendly veterinary practice we are able to offer you a personal level of care and we try to ensure that you can see the veterinary surgeon of your choice, if possible.
Our Wellington centre in Queen Street is superbly equipped with full surgical, Xray and ultrasound facilities; we have access to comprehensive laboratory services both in house and externally.
Our key services include:
At Wrekin View vets we strive to offer not only sound advice, but also optimal veterinary care as well, thus allowing you the enjoyment of your companion for a maximum number of years. To achieve this, every member of the Wrekin View team is scrutinised and assessed to give your pet the best care and attention.
What our clients say....
For anyone wanting to choose a veterinary practice, I would honestly recommend Wrekin View, I have had many animals treated here over the years, the practice treating them from their birth to their passing, always being professional, friendly and compassionate. Then two years ago we had AJ, the cutest puppy, but what a diva!!!!, at first very shy, but now a complete madam!!! very possessive over myself and my daughter which can come over as aggressive. However Mel takes charge when we have to visit and AJ is treated with kindness and patience, she recently had her booster and Mel and Anya took charge - I actually think AJ turned into a "kitten" whist she was in the treating room with them!!!! Many many thanks to all of you at this practice for understanding both our pets and us as humans!!! well done.
Nov 2017 - PDSA PetAid News
Unfortunately the PDSA have decided withdraw the PetAid Scheme in its current form and will not be enrolling any new patients with immediate effect. Existing clients should have received a letter outlining the proposed changes to the scheme as it applies to them.
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We have passed!
We have passed our Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons inspection with flying colours.