Burton upon Trent Veterinary Surgery

Companion Care Vet Surgery
Inside Pets at Home
St Peters Retail Park
Lichfield Street
Burton Upon Trent
DE14 3BL

General

  • Highly experienced vet professionals
  • Owner-managed surgeries so that you get to know your team
  • Modern equipment and extensive facilities
  • Full range of treatments from health checks to emergency operations
  • Complete convenience - open 7 days a week, plus extended hours!
  • Inside Pets at Home: a one-stop shop, with parking too!
  • Value for money

Clinic reviews

5 Stars - 18-05-2016 - Lynda

Our beloved Labrador, Jack, developed a limp and was found to have cancer in his leg. Horatio spent a lot of time giving us the information we needed for this terrible news to sink-in and for us to decide on a course of action. All the way through Jack's illness, Adina, Horatio and the receptionists were supportive, helpful and caring - they all appreciate how much your dog means to you. When Jack's leg became too uncomfortable for him (despite all the drugs he was taking), we called the vets on a Sunday morning and were invited to bring him in at the end of surgery. Adele (who we hadn't met previously) was very kind and explained every step of the procedure. We sat with Jack while he passed away peacefully. Thank you to all of you.

5 Stars - 12-04-2015 - danny

After taking my 7yr old jack Russell snowey for check up as wasn't eating and would walk.Being told he had kidney trouble deep down know would have to put him to rest.Each and every vet and member of staff was very caring and understand to my upset.All I can say is snowey will be deeply missed every day and thank you all the staff for there kindness.

5 Stars - 06-12-2014 - Andrew@Burton

Our 14 year old Staffy Cross Zoe had a sore on her foot which refused to go away. With Steph's help we managed to find out it was Cancer, which in any other circumstance would be a death sentence for my dog. Steph found the right drug package to be on and 12 months later Zoe is still going strong. The Cancer is spreading but slowly enough for a 15 year old dog to play like a puppy with our small children. We also received similar care for our other 15 year old Staffy Cross Tess. When Tess finally passed Companion Care Burton were visibly upset for us as they have become an extended part of our family.