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What our clients think of us...

At Vets4Pets Dunfermline we like to look after our clients as much as we do their pets! We know how important it is as a pet owner to choose the right vet practice to look after you and your pets. So we hope that some of our clients’ comments below will give you a bit of an insight into what we do, what you should expect from your visits and help make that difficult decision just a little bit easier

5/5 stars on Google Business Reviews 

‘My dog, Odin, has been registered with Vets4Pets Dunfermline since he was 8 weeks old. Friendly staff members, with a clean and dog-friendly environment all allow visits to be efficient, and welcoming. Odin loves going to the vets (thankfully), and I am glad that he does. The quality of service is excellent, and all staff are caring and courteous for the animals (and their owners). Definitely recommended’ - Drew Tombs 

"When your pet runs IN to see the vets and staff, you know they are well cared for! "- Kathleen Robertson 

4.8/5 stars on Facebook reviews

"Our wee dog Bella came in for a scale and polish, amazing Job done by Vets4Pets. Everyone is so friendly and welcoming and giving us some great advice. Wouldn't go anywhere else now. Thank you" - Laura Mackle 

"Quite simply, the best practice I have ever used. The staff are lovely, and genuinely care about animals. You'd be a fool to go anywhere else" - Matt Seymour

An anonymous client survey showed that 93% of our clients would recommend us to their friends!

"All staff within practise are so kind and helpful anytime we have visited from front counter staff to the nurses that we have meet right through to the vets a credit to Vets4Pets" (Anonymous feedback July 2016) 

"All staff were very kind and welcoming, the vet was great and helped us stay calm through the entire visit. We were so pleased with their knowledge and helpful answers to all of our questions. He was great with the kittens as well, they were completely fine with the entire procedure which was a relief" (Anonymous feedback May 2016)