We’re still here for you and your pets

We are here for all your pet’s health care needs offering a range of services to support you such as vaccinations where appropriate, remote consultations if required and safe deliveries of medicine to your car or home.

If you are visiting us, please note we are still taking steps to help keep you and our team safe, so please respect the social distancing guidelines.

However, if you can’t visit us and are concerned about your pet’s health, please contact us and a member of the team can discuss available options. We will continue to share regular updates here and on our Facebook page. 

Sheffield Millhouses Vets4Pets

964 Abbeydale Road
S7 2QF

Telephone: 0114 236 4070

Closed Now

Need emergency care? See out of hours information.

Opening Hours

  • Monday  - 
  • Tuesday  - 
  • Wednesday  - 
  • Thursday  - 
  • Friday  - 
  • Saturday  - 
  • Sunday Closed

Meet the team

Tim Wood

Tim Wood

Practice Owner & Veterinary Surgeon

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I graduated from the University of Glasgow Veterinary school in 2006, alongside Alistair. In fact we first became friends way back in 2001 during freshers week, completely unaware that this would be the start of a rather long friendship and then practice partnership!

I have spent all of my career in small animal practice in Sheffield, including a spell working in emergency out of hours. I started at Millhouses in 2010, taking the practice over in 2011. I enjoy the daily challenge of a busy small animal caseload and have recently completed my Certificate of Advanced Veterinary Practice (CertAVP) with a focus on medicine. Being an owner and partner in the practice has been extremely rewarding and has allowed me to focus on providing the best clinical and customer care to our fantastic clients and their lovely furry friends​. 

Alistair Boyd

Alistair Boyd

Practice Owner & Veterinary Surgeon

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Originally from Troon, Ayrshire on the west coast of Scotland I graduated from the University of Glasgow Veterinary School in 2006, where I also happened to meet Tim at a fresher’s get together in 2001. We’ve been friends since then and business partners since 2011.

I started my veterinary career working in Northern Ireland in mixed practice, following that I worked with all sorts of animals in New Zealand. Upon returning to the UK I settled into small animal practice and haven’t looked back as this is what I have found to be most rewarding.

Every day in this job is different and I guess is what makes it incredibly interesting. I have taken special interest in orthopaedic surgery and cardiology in recent years which has allowed us to offer cutting edge treatment options for a number of conditions.

It is a privilege to be part of the great team we have here at Millhouses Vets4Pets, we really do strive to provide the best experience possible for both pets and their owners.


Fran Haddock

Veterinary Surgeon

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I qualified as a vet from Liverpool University in 2013. I used to see practice at Millhouses Vets4pets as a student and returned here to my home town in January 2018 after working in Liverpool and Australia. I am currently studying for a certificate in small animal medicine with feline medicine being my biggest area of interest.

I have my own half Siamese cat called Salem who is very spoilt! Outside of work I enjoy baking, nature and the great outdoors. I also blog about environmental issues and sustainable living.

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Molly Ogle

Veterinary Surgeon

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I graduated from the University of Liverpool and have been working here at Millhouses Vets4Pets since October 2019. I am originally from Nottingham, having since moved up to Sheffield to join the team here! I have a keen interest in all aspects of small animal veterinary practice, and love seeing the variety of patients that come through our door!
At home I have a very cheeky red fox Labrador called Freddie who likes to keep us all on our toes! In my spare time I love to go on long walks with Freddie and the rest of the family, before settling down to a good Netflix series.

Samantha Perry

Registered Veterinary Nurse

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I'm Sam and I'm one of the Registered Veterinary Nurses. I graduated in 2013 and have been working here at Millhouses since 2015. My job is challenging but is also extremely rewarding and I really do love it. I enjoy all aspects of nursing especially nursing consultations. I am one of the practices' Clinical Coaches, this means I tutor student veterinary nurses in practice and help them work towards their qualification. I have a lovely Cockapoo named Annie and a cheeky hand reared kitten named Heidi, they are both best friends and love being with each other. I enjoy baking in my spare time, I think my colleagues enjoy that too as I always bring my creations in for them to try!


Kaye Griffiths

Registered Veterinary Nurse

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I have been working in practice since 2004. I qualified as a nurse in 2009. I have a keen interest in surgery, anaesthesia and dentistry. I am a clinical coach, supporting and training new students. I am currently working towards a nurse certificate in anaesthesia. In my spare time I enjoy walking my dog Rogue in the Peak District.

Rebecca Barker

Rebecca Barker

Registered Veterinary Nurse

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I graduated from Edinburgh Napier University in June 2018. I have a keen interest in medical nursing and caring for inpatients. In my spare time I enjoy swimming, baking and walking my Cocker Spaniel, Jess. 

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Johanna Eklund

Student Veterinary Nurse

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I have been working in veterinary practice since 2013 and started working at Vets4Pets Millhouses in August 2018. At the same time I started studying towards my Diploma in Veterinary Nursing. I am really enjoying studying and learning whilst working and I will qualify in 2021.
I have recently adopted a New Zealand Huntaway who keeps me busy and comes running with me in the Peak District. Besides running I enjoy everything outdoors.

Kirsty Wright

Practice Manager

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I have worked here since November 2009 and can't imagine being anywhere else! As Practice Manager my role is very varied and organising the day to day running of our busy practice certainly keeps me on my toes. I can usually be found buried under a pile of paperwork in the office, helping out on the reception desk or enjoying cuddles with some of our lovely patients! Being part of the Millhouses Vets4Pets team is very rewarding. My favourite parts of the job are that every day is very different and I love the relationship you build up with our fantastic customers and their furry family members!

I have a black and white cat at home called Sebastian, who is a regular visitor to the practice. In my spare time I enjoy being out in the Peak District and spending time with family and friends.

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Emily Carrington


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I'm one of the reception team here at Millhouses. I have an 18 month old daughter that keeps me on my toes, and I adopted one of the stray cats from 8 Lives Cat Rescue, called Kiri; my daughter adore her, it's very sweet watching them together!

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Charlotte Timney


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Hello, I am a receptionist at Vets4Pets Millhouses. I have been working as part of the team since August 2019 and my favourite part of the job is meeting new puppies and kittens, as well as any other animals brought into our practice. Though I currently do not have any pets of my own, I cannot wait to get my own dog and bring them into the practice to become part of the family. Outside of work I enjoy keeping fit by going to the gym and trying new activities. I also love nothing more than curling up on the sofa with a good series. 

We would like to say a big thank you to all of our clients for their patience and understanding during this time of great change for all of us. We have had to severely restrict the services we have been offering in the last few weeks and we know that this will have impacted upon many of you.
As is true throughout all of our lives we will continue to make public health our priority and as such there are many of our more routine services that we are not yet able to go back to offering. However, to balance this we will now be expanding some of the services we are able to do in a gradual way over the coming weeks. This will include;
  • ​a limited number of the more urgent vaccines that are most important to do promptly, particularly puppies, kittens and animals for their first annual booster
  • a very limited number of urgent cat neuterings. This would be siblings of the opposite sex living together or young cats that can absolutely not be kept indoors
We will subsequently then start to book some rabbit and adult dog vaccines, hopefully from early May onwards but this is subject to review. Cat vaccines are still currently being considered non urgent but when this changes we will update our advice. Those vaccines that are overdue due to being delayed as the restrictions came into place will take priority and we envisage that we will have to ask all of our clients to accept a delay to their booster dates throughout this year as we try to catch up.
We continue to offer a service to all of our clients with sick and injured pets. If you are concerned about the health of your pet then please phone the practice and we can arrange for a phone consultation with a vet, followed by a physical examination if needed. We are following strict protocols with no clients in the practice building. If you are attending the practice please call from the car park when you arrive.
Thank you once again for your continued understanding
The Millhouses Vets4Pets team



  • Emergency cover
    Even if we are closed, we have your pet covered.
  • Operating Theatre
    An operating theatre with gaseous anaesthetic facility for surgical procedures.
  • Isolation Unit
    A special ward to care for animals with contagious diseases.
  • Blood Pressure Monitor
    Used to measure the range of blood pressure as a preventative treatment to identify early signs of systemic hypertension.

Show more services

  • Biochemistry
    Allows an assessment of the functionality of a patients organs.
  • Haematology
    Allows the assessment of a patient's blood and blood cells.
  • In-house Laboratory
    A range of analytical tests and equipment to assist in the rapid diagnosis of illness.
  • X-Ray & Ultrasound
    X-Ray & Ultrasound
  • Hospital Ward
    Suite of custom-built kennels for the housing and monitoring of in-patients.
  • Dentistry
    The treatment and prevention of dental disease

Practice accreditations

  • RCVS accreditation EDITED
  • $R7B2CSH



£59 Puppy & Kitten Pack

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Health Plans

Health Plan

Complete Care

From £8 a month
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From £17
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Health Plans

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Health Plan


Just £99
Vac4Life is a preventative plan following primary vaccinations

Out of hours

Vets Now Sheffield
14 Newhall Road
S9 2QL

Telephone: 0114 242 1929

Out of hours consults before 11pm start from £161. Out of hours consults after 11pm start from £207.

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