The friendly team at your local Vets4Pets in Leeds 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: James Skelly on 24/07/2015
A huge thank you to David Massey at the Easterly Road practice for his compassion and patience.
The loss of a dear pet who also happens to be a dear friend is particularly difficult to comprehend.
Arthur (my beloved and funny gerbil) was treated with real professionalism and sensitivity.
Sadly, he had to be out to sleep, but that in my view was the appropriate thing to do in light of his suffering.
Thank you for understanding what that means and for your help.
Reviewed by: Pamela on 11/05/2015
I always take my cats to this practice the vets there who all have treated my cats are very good I wouldn't use any other practice or vet to look at my cats they have a special way with dealing with my cats they are all very friendly staff as well has having excellent vet to treat your pet when they are unwell I always say to my cats when I need to take them to the vet we are going to bupa to get you better its like bupa just for your pet and not your self I would recommend this vet to anyone they are brilliant and I wouldn't take my cats any where else
Reviewed by: Steve Aldwin on 24/11/2014
We are sorry that Mr Aldwin was not satisfied with his recent visit. We have telephoned him to discuss this further as we always act upon any feedback received.
We offer a £99 dental treatment for animals requiring a preventative scale and polish treatment, this is fully comprehensive including a pre-anaesthetic exam and blood sample, the anaesthetic, the dental treatment and post operative checks. We also offer free dental clinics to help prevent any further problems.
Dental conditions such as feline resorptive lesions (little holes in cats teeth) and periodontal disease (infected teeth and gums) can be extremely painful as well as causing other hidden problems. Our pets mask this pain better than we do, so it is our duty as vets to recommend appropriate treatment when we find a problem on clinical examination.
Dental work involving extractions can be a complex and time consuming procedure, we will always offer gold standard care for the individual pet presented to us, to ensure the anaesthetic is as safe as possible and the work is carried out to the highest standard. We are locally very competitive, gold standard treatment does come at a cost, once we have explained the reasons behind the different costs we find most clients are more than happy to proceed.
So long as it is not detrimental to welfare, we always try to find a compromise if cost is an issue, to ensure the best, affordable, treatment for the pet. This is the reason we always supply detailed, transparent estimates before undertaking any work. We always examine the animal before making an estimate to ensure we have the whole picture, if it is difficult to assess the number of extractions required conscious, before the tartar has been removed, then we will always supply the highest estimate and explain that actual costs may be less.
We feel that, for the level of care we provide in our state of the art surgery, that our costs are very reasonable. For every pet that is advised treatment their owner is provided with a detailed estimate, given as soon as treatment is recommended, to ensure well informed consent before even booking a procedure in.