Oakfield Veterinary Group - Atherstone Surgery

Website: http://www.oakfield.net
Tel: 01827 713149

The Surgery
2 Margaret Road
Atherstone
Warwickshire CV9 1EE


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Practice Details

Established over a hundred years ago, the Oakfield Veterinary Group today occupies sites in Atherstone, Tamworth and Castle Bromwich and successfully treats many thousands of animals from right across the region every year.  Our service is based on providing the best possible care for your pet, and our friendly and experienced staff are always on hand to provide advice and guidance on how to keep your animals happy and healthy.

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Oakfield Veterinary Group - Atherstone Surgery

The Surgery 2 Margaret Road Atherstone, CV9 1EE
01827 713149
Based on 3 ratings 5.0
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Vet Practice Reviews

Reviewed by: Sue Watkins on 25/01/2014

Overall rating:

5

“Very professional at a sad time”

I had to take my very sick and elderly cat to this vet to have her put to sleep. She was going downhill rapidly and I could see that she was suffering. Understandably, I was upset and stressed about the situation, but the vet was supportive and understanding. He quickly ascertained what was wrong with my cat (despite being examined with blood tests previously from another vet) and came to a rapid diagnosis. I was appalled at what was wrong with her, as the other vet had found nothing. Unfortunately, nothing could be done for her and he put her to sleep. If I ever have another cat I would use this practice.

 

Reviewed by: Kris warren on 15/01/2014

Overall rating:

5

“Amazing”

We took our jack Russell spot to the vets after finding a lump on her neck John the vet was amazing our dog was in the next day for surgery we were looked after and supported all the way I can truly recommend this vets to anyone. Very friendly and supportive staff and we were kept up to date all the way :-)

 

Reviewed by: Leslcm8 on 04/11/2013

Overall rating:

5

“Excellent care”

We were passing through Atherstone on our canal boat when our twelve year old collie/lab cross developed intestinal problems (his own fault, he had eaten half of his plastic ball). From the moment we rang the practice, we were given friendly and helpful advice, our dog received prompt and expert treatment and is now fully recovered. We have absolutely no hesitation in recommending this practice (and the dog agrees!)