Assisting pet owners and veterinarians everywhere
Providing gold standard of care for all your veterinary ophthalmic needs.
Update on Accessing Our Services - September 2021
We’re here to provide your client and their pet with the best experience in the safest way. Emergency and urgent referrals will be offered appointments following triage from our ophthalmologists – please contact us directly on the above number. Routine cases will be offered the next available appointment.
Please ensure your client has all the up to date information about current access to our services which can be found here.
If your client is attending Eye Vet for an appointment, please ensure that they have accessed and read all the information on our website regarding the protocols in place for their visit. These protocols must be adhered to during their time at the surgery.
Eye Vet ophthalmologists have undertaken further ophthalmic qualifications in addition to their RCVS veterinary qualifications with a team of highly dedicated and qualified ophthalmic nurses and an on-site anaesthetist. Together, we take great pride in our work and provide gold standard of care to pets in the North West.
Referrals must come from a veterinary surgeon, clients cannot directly refer their own pet. You can find out more about the referral process and other key information.
Our ophthalmologists, nurses and anaesthetists use a wide array of ophthalmology equipment for diagnosis and treatment. You can learn about our dedicated ophthalmology services and equipment.
We deal with common problems such as cataracts and dry eye in dogs and cats right through to unusual cases such as penguins and exotic animals. Information on common conditions can be found here.
We’re pleased to be offering CPD to both vets and veterinary nurses in the coming weeks. Find out more and register your interest.
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