We’re here to support you and your pets
As an essential service, we're still here for you and your pet. Please check our opening hours and contact our friendly team to discuss your pet care needs. Visit our Facebook page to stay informed with the latest safety measures in place at our practice.
We’re now offering some vaccinations
In response to updated guidance from our regulatory body we are now carrying out some primary and booster vaccinations, where it is safe to do so and required or indicated for your pet’s welfare. If your pet is due their vaccinations please contact us for further advice.
Safe collection of medication available
We are now able to offer safe collection of your pet’s medication and flea and worm preventative mediations. Please contact us to find out more.
Your pet’s flea and worm preventative treatment delivered to your door
We are now offering our Complete Care Health Plan clients flea and worm preventative treatments delivered safely to your door. Please contact us to find out more.
Meet the team
Veterinary Surgeon and Joint Venture Partner
BVSc. CertAVP MRCVS
In the event your pet becomes unwell, you’ll have peace of mind knowing you’ve a local vet you can rely on. Our vets’ practice in Bury is run by a friendly and professional team who have a wealth of experience in animal healthcare.
From routine check-ups to emergency surgery, you’ll find our vets in Bury can help with all kinds of problems. With modern facilities including a lab, pharmacy, digital x-ray and ultrasound technology, as well as on-site parking for your convenience, your Vets4Pets practice in Bury has everything covered.
Emergency coverEven if we are closed, we have your pet covered.
Operating TheatreAn operating theatre with gaseous anaesthetic facility for surgical procedures.
BiochemistryAllows an assessment of the functionality of a patients organs.
In-house LaboratoryA range of analytical tests and equipment to assist in the rapid diagnosis of illness.
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DentistryThe treatment and prevention of dental disease