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The Vet Surgery St Helens
Inside Pets at Home
Unit 9 Ravenhead Retail Park
St Helens Linkway
Merseyside WA9 1JF
Reviewed by: Jane on 20/02/2015
I have two dogs that have needed to visit the vets for two very different reasons in the last few months. The older of the two, Molly, needed an operation on her leg, the youngest, Poppy, needed to be admitted to be put on a drip and some antibiotics/anti-sickness meds, as she had been quite poorly.
All I can say about Companion Care is that they are fantastic! From the girls on reception, who make you feel welcome when you arrive, to the nurses, to the vets themselves.
I felt that even though I had to leave my dogs, I was leaving them with people who were going to take really good care of them. I had been told exactly what was going to be done to them. The vet had talked through exact procedures and I felt that they had Molly and Poppy's welfare as their top priority.
The staff made me feel like they were looking after my pets as if they were their own!
Reviewed by: John on 27/12/2014
We have a 7 year old dog who we have recently had cause to take to the vets on two seperate occassions. Previously we had used an independant vet in St Helens, but had to take our dog to the vet as an emergency, so contacted Companion Care in St Helens as it was a weekend. The service at the initial phone was fantastic and the vet both compassionate and professional. We then were in Wales for the weekend and again needed to see a vet. We contacted the vet at Bangor and explained that we were registered with St Helens, they were very helpful and made an appointment for us within 2 hours. Again the vet was great. I cannot recommend the pets at home highly enough and as an added bonus the value for money (compared to our original vet) is excellent. Highly recommended.
Reviewed by: monty on 04/06/2014
i took my beagle monty to see the vet yesterday as he wouldnt eat his breakfast which with monty is not heard of he usualy has it eaten before its out of the bag . he was seen by costas at sthelens and after blood test found out some thing was not right . he had an xray and it shown he had a mass on his spleen he had an ultrasound and he needed surgery straight away to remove his sleen and the mass . from taking him in at 9.30 am he was in theatre at 1.30 for a 3hr op he had to be transfered to the out of hours vets and 1 vet came in the car with monty while the other followed in his car with crash pack . we can never thank then enough for saving montys life the speed they all worked 2 gether 2 do in was out of this world so if u have any inklings that some thing is quite right with any pet go the vet it could just save there life and id recomend companion care 2 every 1 and dont think you could fine a better vet any were there real heros and becouse of them we still have are monty thank u