Reviewed by: Max's folks on 05/04/2013
Reviewed by: Kells Rought on 27/03/2013
Both the Bury Branch and the Mildenhall Branch have been involved in caring for my cat, Winston, since he was hit by a car last week.
The vets have been wonderful in their care of him, the nurses and reception staff so helpful, friendly and reassuring.
I love the fact I was able to call regularly and speak to people that were directly dealing with him, and that the vets called me with updates too, there were multiple vets treating Win at different times - but all were completely up t date with what had happened/needed to happen next.
I only recently moved to Eastgate, after being with my previous vet 15 years. I am so glad I made the move, and will be recommending them to everyone!
Thanks so much team for giving my boy a fighting chance, nursing him back to the cat I couldn't bare to lose!
Reviewed by: Nora on 10/01/2013
I have been a client of Eastgate Vets for about 14 years and even when we moved an hour away I have continued to make the journey to see Trish and her team.
Somehow I don't think I could trust another practice to look after my precious babys in the same way as I do Eastgate Vets.
They are just brilliant and nothing it too much trouble. When Una was very sick last year, Lesley was on the phone with hourly updates, what more can you ask for.
Eastgate Vets are just the best Vets. x
Reviewed by: Coco and Murph's mum on 16/10/2012
Reception: Always friendly and helpful. The waiting time seems well managed. I particularly love the displays of case studies and the paintings of Bury (If you ever want to sell these, let me know!)
ALL the vets I have seen have been brilliant and professional - particularly Alex and Trish, who makes me laugh ('Are we in denial?' Murph had put on weight! )and my favourite Sarah, who 'picked up on' Coco's illness very quickly.
I will always be grateful for the care of my dear Coco by the vets and nurses whilst in their care.
Can't recommend them enough! Hope this helps. E Redmond