Putting your pet first
Eye Vet is a dedicated ophthalmology referral centre based in the heart of Cheshire. We provide ophthalmology services for small animals (and some off site large animals) with ocular disease and/or emergencies.
Update on Accessing Our Services – September 2021
Whilst visiting us, we’re here to provide you and your pet with the best experience in the safest way. We ask that you call us when you arrive and wait in your car where a member of our team will come out to greet you. Full information on access to our services can be found here.
Thank you for your continued understanding. We remain committed to delivering the best care for you and your pet.
Our ophthalmologists are veterinary surgeons who have all undertaken post-graduate training in veterinary ophthalmology. We have a large a team of registered veterinary nurses, also trained in ophthalmology, to look after you and your pet. Our on-site anaesthetists oversee all sedation/anaesthetics, in order to ensure that your pet receives the best care possible whilst they are with us.The clinic is fully equipped with the most up-to-date ophthalmic equipment, so that our team can fully investigate ocular problems and offer the best treatment for your pet. Such equipment cannot be found in your regular vets, hence your referral to our dedicated ophthalmic clinic.
We are passionate about eyes, and pride ourselves on providing gold standard of care for you and your pet.
Your pet will need to be referred to Eye Vet via your usual vet. Once your pet has been referred, we’ll contact you to offer you an appointment and all the information you need before your pet’s appointment with us, such as, pricing, payment and insurance can be by clicking the button below.
Ophthalmic knowledge and expertise are at the forefront of our service and care. Our team consists of ophthalmologists, anaesthetists, nurses and client care teams and together we pride ourselves on the care we give. We have back up support from other clinical disciplines at nearby Northwest Veterinary Specialists and Liverpool Small Animal Teaching Hospital.
Our team treat a full spectrum of eye conditions from cataracts through to sudden onset blindness. Here you can read about many of the conditions we regularly see including symptoms and treatments.
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