Caring for family pets across South Liverpool and beyond

At Woolton Vets we believe you and your pet should be able to see the same trusted faces throughout your relationship with us.

We are a proudly independent, membership only practice, meaning we can tailor our services to best suit you and your pet’s needs.

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Our mission is to be a progressive, caring, and friendly family run independent practice who support, respect and trust each other.

Membership

A membership only veterinary practice. Ensuring our services are tailored to suit you and your pets needs by providing continuity of care and seeing the same trusted faces each time you visit.

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Values & Culture

As a team our aim is to develop and nurture an environment and culture where people love to work, clients feel respected and informed and whose pets we treat as if they are our own.

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Services

Click below to see the range of services offered here at Woolton Vets

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Our Story

We are lucky to be in the heart of a fabulous community here in Woolton Village. Click here to read more about Alex and Sarah’s journey and how they ended up owning a veterinary practice in Liverpool together.

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Our Clients

“Amazing! Just got a new puppy and they went above and beyond to help. After a long and stressful day. They put my mind at ease. Couldn’t ask for better! Thanks so so much. The whole team were fantastic!”

Joanna Booth

“Absolutely fantastic Vets , lovely caring staff make it feel like your pets are like family. Cannot recommend highly enough”

Paul Whiteside

“Very personalised and professional service.”

Ingrid Seraphin

“Really friendly and helpful staff”

Rebecca Bond

“Great practice, a small friendly team who know each patient. Care standards are high. I would recommend this vets to anyone.”

Kim Barrow

“Excellent vets highly recommend”

Angela Hill

“After seeing one of the excellent vets and their most helpful staff members. You come away with confidence and trust.”

Kevin Huyton

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