For non-emergency enquiries including ordering medications and repeat prescriptions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Clients are now welcome to come into the building, but we would ask that you wear a mask. If you would prefer to stay outside please let our reception team know on your arrival.
Just like you, we love pets – in fact, we have been caring for pets in Lymm and the surrounding area for more than 30 years and more local pet owners have chosen us to look after their pets than any other vet practice
We are delighted to have been voted as one of the Top 25 Vets in the UK 2021 in the annual Vet Help Direct awards, which are based on positive client reviews
Our small friendly practice in Lymm is at the heart of the community, where we hope a routine trip is all you’ll ever need. From nail trimming, vaccinations and neutering to check-ups and nurse clinics we’ve got it covered.
Led by head vet Diane Wilshaw, our friendly and experienced team are on hand to make your visit go smoothly. And for added peace of mind, our practice carries the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Small Animal Practice accreditation. We believe this makes us the trusted choice for your pet.
We hope you never need us in a crisis but should you need an emergency vet we provide our own out of hours care, 365 days a year. As part of the Willows Vet Group, we provide emergency care from start to finish – unlike other local practices we won’t send you away to a 3rd party vets.
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VERY IMPORTANT CLIENT INFORMATION
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Covid has had a huge impact on our sector which means that we have fewer appointment times and fewer vets to look after an increased demand for our services.
Whilst the majority of clients understand the measures we are taking to ensure we can remain open, a small minority are verbally abusing our team members.
This will not be tolerated, and, if we feel your behaviour is unacceptable, we reserve the right to end the telephone conversation or ask you to leave the premises.
Emergency care must take priority but we will, as always, do our best to help
Thank you for your understanding