The friendly team at your local Vets4Pets in Sunderland are waiting to meet you!
Every Vets4Pets veterinary surgery is equipped with the latest in technology, which means we can offer your pets the personalised care they need. At Vets4Pets our aim is to treat every pet we see like we would our own, but don’t take our word for it, come along and ask for a practice tour to see for yourself.
Reviewed by: amy on 24/10/2014
I would like to say a massive thank you to vets4pets in sunderland these are the vets I use for my lovely cocker spaniel Daisy and I couldnt fault them! But sadly last week suddenly at home we lost our family dog sasha (who wasnt at this vets) who we had for 12 year she was fighting fit then suddenly dropped down n died such shock to us all as you can imagine and we didnt no what to do so I rang vets4pets and they were so helpful in end we didnt need them sasha went to her own vets ! A week later I come home from work to a lovely sympathy card and lovely packet of forget me not seeds to put in ur garden as a remembrance to our lovely sahsa as you can imagine I broke down crying only at how very lovely and thoughtful and personal this was! So thank you so much sunderland vets4pets :) keep up good work girls Ã¢ï¿½¥
Reviewed by: Nicola on 03/05/2014
We had taken in a rescue dog (Dougal) who we were told was a healthy 12year old. He had a eye and ear infection so we needed to get him looked at by a vet.. Vets for pets was recommended to me by a work colleague..
Dougal was seen by Mel and we agreed his treatment, and in just a couple of days we could see he was improving.. Mel had told us his back teeth were very rotten and needed to come out.. So the appointment was booked for the following week..
During the days between appointments, we had been to the vet several times to check that Dougal was responding to the treatment and to collect painkillers for his teeth. Every time the staff have been very attentive to us and nothing has been to much trouble.
We took Dougal in for his dental work and as routine they checked his bloods, this presented us with a further illness we could not have known about. This news wasn't good news, and we had to make a decision to put Dougal to sleep.
But the way in which Honour dealt with it was nothing other then compassionate and caring for all of us.
We would recommend this practise and in time when we have another pet will use them again.