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Address

2 Longbow Close

Harlescott

Shrewsbury

Shropshire

SY1 3GZ

Telephone

01743 465 554

Fax

01743 465 566

Email

shrewsbury@medivet.co.uk

Opening Hours

Mon–Fri: 08:30–20:00

Sat: 09:00–18:00

Sun: 10:00–16:00

Consulting Times

Mon–Fri: 09:00–11:00 | 11:00–12:00 | 14:00–16:00 | 17:30–20.00

Sat: 09:30–11:30 | 15:30–17:00

Sun: 10:00–12:00 | 14:30–15:30


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Our Practice, Facilities and Services

 

Welcome to our small animal practice here in Harlescott Shrewsbury, where our experienced team of vets and nurses are committed to delivering amazing client and patient care. We are pleased to offer a wide range of services and facilities so that your pet has access to the highest standard of veterinary care. If you have any queries, please feel free to give us a call or pop in to see us we're always happy to help you.

 

Here at Shrewsbury we also have a professional dog grooming service called the Groomzone - there's not much we can't do! If you would like to book your dog in, please call the practice and a member of our team will be happy to help.

Entrance and Parking Details:
Main entrance at the front of the practice. Large private car park at the front of the practice.

Additional Services

Medivet The Vets Shrewsbury also have access to the following facilities and services via our hub and spoke model


  • MRI
    Magnetic Resonance Imaging assists us with diagnosing health problems and planning further treatment.

  • CT Imaging
    Creates detailed 3D images for a clear diagnosis and treatment plan.

Emergency Care

Meet The Team

  • Dr Simon Cook

    Partner and Veterinary Surgeon

  • Dr Charlene Astle

    Veterinary Surgeon

  • Sarah Wallace

    Veterinary Surgeon

  • Dr Stewart Bedford

    Referral Veterinary Surgeon

  • Gemma Vardill

    Head Veterinary Nurse

  • Becky Beard

    Senior Clinical Veterinary Nurse

  • Laura Morgan

    Veterinary Nurse

  • Sam Popplewell

    Veterinary Nurse

  • Ellie Smith

    Veterinary Nurse

  • Joanne Parry

    Night Veterinary Nurse

  • Hannah Vickery

    Student Veterinary Nurse

  • Sarah Jones

    Student Veterinary Nurse

  • Joanna Feetum

    Student Veterinary Nurse

  • Kim Price

    Patient Care Assistant

  • Robin Howe

    Night Patient Care Assistant

  • Emma Dainty

    Hydro Therapist & Physio Therapist

  • Jess Roberts

    Grooming Assistant

  • Rebecca Lloyd

    Grooming Assistant

  • Amy Rhodes

    Client Care Assistant

  • Andrea MacDonald

    Client Care Assistant

  • Clair Harding

    Client Care Assistant

  • Fiona Jane Platt

    Client Care Assistant

  • Dr Camilla Deales

    Mobile Veterinary Surgeon

  • Matteo Pignanelli

    Mobile Veterinary Surgeon

  • Anna Siodla

    Mobile Veterinary Surgeon

  • Rose Sutton

    Mobile Veterinary Nurse

  • Samantha Higley

    Mobile Student Veterinary Nurse

  • Alice Eden

    Mobile Patient Care Assistant

  • Nichola Searle

    Mobile Patient Care Assistant

  • Lauren Armstrong

    Mobile Patient Care Assistant

  • Jasmine Edge

    Mobile Patient Care Assistant

  • Jessie Moreton

    Mobile Patient Care Assistant

  • Jodie Steel

    Mobile Patient Care Assistant

  • Amy Duckett

    Mobile Patient Care Assistant

  • Nitzan Kroter

    Regional Director and Senior Partner

  • Chris Wright

    Regional Director

  • Rachel West

    Area Manager

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We strive for excellence in all areas and are extremely proud of the awards and accreditations we have earned over the years. Take a look below:

  • RCVS Accredited Small Animal Veterinary Hospital

    We have been accredited by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons as a Small Animal Hospital, which recognises our commitment to delivering high standards of training and treatment. This means that small animals will receive additional facilities and protocols for the treatment of more complex cases.

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