Bristol Veterinary Surgery

Companion Care Vet Surgery
Inside Pets at Home
Unit 2 Abbey Wood Retail Pk
Station Road
BS34 7JL


  • 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

Opening times

Day Opens Closes
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 10:30 am 4:30 pm

Clinic reviews

5 Stars - 14-09-2017 - Olwen

I take both my cats to see this vet at Filton and have always had first class, friendly service. The staff genuinely care for my animals and are always very helpful and considerate even when they are busy. I have never felt "processed" and always had a personal and friendly service. The best part about this practice is that they never spring huge bills on you at the end without any warning. They are very transparent about fees and the staff are considerate of what things cost. Having seen other vets give elderly pensioners huge bills without warning, I recommend Companion Care highly to older or lower income customers - they are excellent value for money. I really trust their advice. Olwen

5 Stars - 11-09-2017 - alfie

regarding my rather disappointing first visit to this surgery I was given a full refund and a free examination of my cat alfie by the head vet paul which was excellent and restored my confidence,I was explained in detail the possible causes of the symptoms alfie has and am having more tests done very happy with my visit today.

5 Stars - 03-08-2017 - Debbie

Thank you for all your on going support and love towards all of my family pets. Dylan has had 2 cruciate ligament operations and has recovered amazingly with continued support from companion care, Paul and his team. We also had a new puppy and cats n kittens too. Lots of care and super advice. Great vets. Fabulous staff

5 Stars - 23-07-2017 - Sammy

I brought my dog in yesterday, i cannot thank you all enough for how amazing you all were, my dog was hurt and they made time for her even though it was very sudden and time consuming, they were also very patient with my dog as she doesnt like vets and helped me as i had no idea what to do, my dog was very looked after yesterday and made a priority, so glad we have a vets like this that honestly do put the animals first, thank you.

5 Stars - 19-09-2015 - Serena

Everyone at this practice are exceptional ! Their love of animals is obvious and i have never had such caring service from any other vet practice. We have had to have a number of our cats put down which would normally be very traumatic as they had all been with us for years. ALL the staff that have been involved were so very very caring and made these times peaceful and calm. I have had very bad experiences from other vets - and to move to such a caring / professional practice has been a breath of fresh air - with each and every one being so very kind - this sort of caring is so very rare in this day and age. All obviously love their animals ! Thank you all - Paul / the spanish ? vet lady / Catherine / the nurse who is exceptional at rabbit care ! / the lady on reception who i forget the name of - all so willing to help / advise / support ! ALL of you a HUGE THANK YOU ! I always recommend this practice.

4.8 Stars - 16-08-2015 - Tim Fox

COMPANION CARE VETS Filton...a good choice. This is the 2nd visit in 12 months. The first originated from a catalogue of gross failures from our previous vets and warranted us to select another after 13 years of poor service, even though the vetinary practice in previous instance has been heralded as "Exceptional" in various literature! Our 1st instance was lucky enough to be appointed with Paul himself. Paul listens and doesn't switch off and tune back in when you start uttering something that he can finance on. He understands a clients explanations and examples and...if he doesn't get any...then will encourage. Pauls skills seem to be of ilk with his vetinary surgeons, weather through his training or their selection at interview. One lady named "TY" was of immense understanding and so communicative in nature and not the sort to be fluffy and pander to the whims and thoughts of us. She was able to flit between the wife and my self's differing knowledge of medical terms and go from basic to intricate, whilst diverting gaze between us to ensure each was following. Consequently the final outcome for our beloved Dog was a success as much as could be expected. Our 2nd visit(16th Aug 2015) was a somewhat urgent visit for our Dog. However from the reception point to when the vet called us in was encouraging again(Dog not happy though.) I'm Guessing as didn't ask. that Ty has moved on to pastures new as we were presented with a lady named "Sonia Sanchez". Wow, what a Vet. Our Dog was in dire need of help. This Lady in the space of 2 minutes had extracted from us both, in limited and technical form and simultaneously been jotting notes on a pad (in a straight line), whilst cooing to our Dog to encourage calm and especially to I could see...that we had got another Paul "Special." Our Dog is now in one of those unfortunate states, of see, how it progresses or eases. Either way. However, Sonia has given us an exstremely technical insight into how this may have happened and a lead into its worst state, with empathy at all points. There's a lot more I could add to this review but the above should be enough for whom chooses to read the above, to feel confident in this vets practice and see for them selves what I have not covered. So. A great effort and skill to Sonia Sanchez for putting us on a path of confidence(Dog included) and understanding...why I will pick the Bones(pun intended) out of any thing said, so as to discount, the waffle from previous vets. The only Drawbacks with this practice is they can not provide over night care(Due to the premises they excel and licence from) What will happen is you will be passed on and have to transport your pet to a heralded choice of limited Bristol Vets that i'm sure offer the best practice and skill for your loved one. The most convenient one was not an option for us, as they no way had previously offered the most basic level of confidence as I stated at beginning of this scribe. Still. With the Vets at this practice and there knowledge and preparedness to pass it on to you, its feasible to offer you options to avoid this(Unless critical and the enhanced cost premium). (If You get a receptionist who is fluffy, more interested in your pin number, calls your Dog a boy when they have the name and history in front of them, don't tell you there will be a delay in your appointment time, offer you a surprise 20% discount when you have bombed them out the water of there suspect itemised billing, collect your Pets ashes with the plaque dated 3 days later, Prescribed and handed a used bottle of medication(Paid as if new). Then walk fact run...with your pet or row row your boat as fast down the stream as you can and head to.......... .COMPANION CARE VETS AT FILTON Bristol. Hope this helps anyone indecisive of choice. Tim Fox

5 Stars - 09-02-2015 - Sinead

Excellent and Fantastic service received from all the members of staff that looked after us and very reasonably priced, follow up appointments after the surgery were great, cannot fault the service we received.

4.8 Stars - 11-12-2014 - Kerrie

I have been taking my pets to this practice for the last 8 years, my 2 boys (cats) are also registered with this practice now. We always receive first class care for our animals, you can really tell how much the vets care for the animals they treat, they even compliment them on how handsome they are! We have had quite a few trips to the vets over the last 2 years with our Tabby boy as he has an allergy to fleas, and also the flea treatment :-( Paul worked hard trying different treatments, recommending different medications for him and finally we found one which works. Even though we have a Veterniary Practice close to us I would rather go to Companion Care Bristol as I know my boys receive top class care.

5 Stars - 27-05-2014 - Carol

I have both my fur babies registered with Paul at Companion Care Filton. I couldn't recommend them enough. My reason firstly for registering with them was because of their opening hours and because they were open weekends so no panic if there is an emergency on a Saturday or Sunday. Everyone there is lovely and always treat my 2 Dogs with the upmost care. My dogs are really special to me and I need to know they are being well cared for and I know I can trust Paul and all the team with my 2 Babies Casper aged 2 and Ruby 15 weeks Casper broke his leg when he was 4 months old and I couldn't have asked for more care and understanding for myself or Casper on that terrible day We were both very well looked after by Paul. I have recommend quite a few new puppy owners to Companion care and would have no hesitation in recommending all my dog owner friends THANK YOU PAUL AND THE WHOLE TEAM....

5 Stars - 20-04-2014 - Hazel

I have had great care from the staff at companion care for cats and rabbits over a span of several years . Not only are they professional but very caring and compassionate Buttons my lion head rabbit was often in for a cut and blow dry and she loved being spoilt by everyone ! I know it's late but a big thank you for all the help with dusty and buttons see you soon with the new kitten

Show me more posts