Winnersh Veterinary SurgeryCompanion Care Vet Surgery
Inside Pets at Home
Unit 1 Gaelle Close
- 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
|Monday||9:00 am||7:00 pm|
|Tuesday||9:00 am||7:00 pm|
|Wednesday||9:00 am||7:00 pm|
|Thursday||9:00 am||7:00 pm|
|Friday||9:00 am||7:00 pm|
|Saturday||9:00 am||5:00 pm|
|Sunday||10:00 am||4:00 pm|
5 Stars - 23-01-2017 - Elsacat
My daughters guinea pig was taken ill while in my care, an emergency on a Sunday followed by an operation and many follow up appointments all included in the price. All the vets were brilliant and Ben was very gentle and caring. Unfortunately our guinea pig passed to rainbow bridge over christmas and although no longer under Vetinary care we informed them of our loss and I was amazed to receive a condolence card so thoughtful of them. The whole team were brilliant and I highly recommend their care and attention
4.8 Stars - 09-04-2016 - Julie
I had a great experience at this practice. The vet and staff were lovely and friendly, especially towards my somewhat neurotic cat! They gave me a range of options and made me feel I was in control of my pets treatment. I highly recommend this great service, and the opening times fit in well with work schedules. Thank you!
5 Stars - 12-03-2015 - s.Taylor
Have just had baloo my ferret neutered. Fantastic service .lots of information and help . Would highly recommend to all ferret owners .baloo has had excellent treatment .
5 Stars - 02-03-2015 - Miranda
Having found our previous vet's steps far too high for our 18 year old arthritic collie Captain to negotiate without lifting him in - awkward given the changing angles and doors, it was a relief to him to stroll on a level from the car park through a shop smelling of yummy doggie treats, meaning an unstressed dog in the waiting room. The care from Ben and staff is superb, and their prices are excellent for both medicine and for the consultation (it always riled me with our last vet that I could call out an equine vet to our house for less, yet I was expected to go to the surgery with the dog and it cost more)
5 Stars - 14-02-2015 - The Capelings
We took our cat Sooty (17yrs) for a regular thyroid check to our local vets. They told us she needed a tooth removing and this would cost between £750 and £950+ for more than one tooth. Our pet insurance did not cover us for dental work and we couldn't afford to pay for it. Our vet actually suggested paying it back on a loan they could offer! We had been going to our local vets for over 20 years and never questioned the cost as we were always covered by pet insurance, this was a real wake up call. We were pretty upset as we didn't want her to be in any pain and we were struggling to find the money. Luckily we found Companion Care on the internet and took her in the next day. It was very modern, clean and had separate cat and dog waiting areas. Ben the vet was very caring and gentle with Sooty. He quoted a price of approx £250, including her fluids, antibiotics and pain relief etc. He was able to admit her the following day with his colleague Steph. As soon as the operation was over Steph called, reassuring us that all had gone well and Sooty was nudging her for cuddles. It was such a relief. We were pleasantly surprised when she told us the cost was £258 and this had included the removal of three teeth. When we collected Sooty, she had been given a two week antibiotic injection and extra pain relief. We were given excellent aftercare advice and could call anytime if needed. We also had liquid pain relief which meant no tablets, especially as she would be a bit sore! We returned 3 days later for a follow up and she was given a good check up. We then returned for her 10 day nurse's check up. Ben was in that day (Sunday) and saw Sooty himself, and confirmed she was doing well and healing nicely. Altogether, we paid for her initial cosultation, £258 for the operation and for a follow up, there was no extra charge for the 10 day check up. It was very easy to get her booked in for her follow ups as they are open 7 days a week and later than most vets. There is the added bonus of the vets being inside a Pets at Home store, so you can pick up extra treats whilst you are there! We are extremely pleased with the exceptional care, attention and overall experience that we have now registered both our cats here. We are so impressed that we have spread the news to our family and friends. Ben, Steph and all at Companion Care Winnersh thank you so much! From Lee & Gita and ofcourse Sooty! x
4.8 Stars - 09-12-2014 - Hayley-Jane Cooper
I tried this surgery after my family vet seriously let us down. My dog had burst his post-operative stitches and my vet wanted £250 to anaesthetise him to re-stitch. This seems like an uneccessary risk and inordinately expensive. I took him to see Ben Major and he stapled Barney's shoulder under a local. The stapling, the consultation and the course of antibiotics came to £65. I could not have been more impressed with the service - I was given an emergency appointment within half an hour of my call. Since then I have registered all our pets with Ben and I would recommend 'Companion Care' to anyone. Not only do they really care about the pets they treat - but the price they charge is more than reasonable - expecially when so many others vets charge ridiculous prices for unecessary treatments. I feel really lucky to have found them!
5 Stars - 30-11-2014 - Stevie
An excellent team at the Winnersh Branch. Everyone was caring and the vet fully checked out my dog Jake. The appointment did not feel rushed, and I felt he was truly valued and treated with lots of respect. Facilities and knowledge of the vet was top class. This place puts other practices too shame!
4.8 Stars - 28-10-2014 - JAWs
Ben & his team were fantastic to deal with. Unlike the Abbey vet, Ben listened to what I had to say and took it on board in dealing with Liger. Further impressed when I got two update calls from Ben whereas with my previous practice I had always had follow up calls from the nurses. Here I got the distinct impression that caring for the animals was very important but that reassuring their owners was also important.
5 Stars - 05-08-2014 - Sally P
I moved our dog to Winnersh when the vet opened up there as it is close to home and I cannot recommend Ben and the team highly enough. Our dog had to be put to sleep recently, she was 16, and the caring attitude and understanding shown to us was marvellous. We do now have another dog and have no hesitation in registering her for ongoing care.
5 Stars - 12-04-2014 - Miss fletcher
Both my dogs come here,the vet is a lovely guy tells you straight , no hidden costs , always loving called ,e with updates on how cookie was doing ..