Crown House Vets refits Shaw branch to become fully-functioning practice

Date published: 13 December 2020

A Rochdale veterinary practice has refitted its Oldham branch in Shaw, meaning more facilities for surrounding areas.

Crown House Vets, Milnrow Road, will soon be opening the doors of the refurbished Shaw Vets on Market Street.

The practice has been refitted and, instead of only opening for a few hours a day for consultations only, it will be a fully-functioning practice with longer opening hours, a full complement of staff and an operating theatre.

Previously, any treatments that needed surgery would have had to take place at the Rochdale branch, meaning an extra journey for clients. The new opening hours will mean clients have more choice for appointment times. There are also plans, when Covid-19 allows, to offer an open day for clients to come and have a look round.

Senior vet, Lyndsey Pass (BVM&S MRCVS) said: “It’s been a long time coming, but we are so excited and pleased to be opening up the new veterinary surgery at Shaw.

“Our small, friendly team will continue to work hard to give the pets of Shaw (and the surrounding areas) a great service.

“The improved facilities will mean we can do much more on site, be available longer and so give even better, more comprehensive care to the animals that we treat.”

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