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Why Eden Vets…

  • Over 40 years combined veterinary surgeon experience

  • First class care for all small animals

  • Referral and second opinion services

  • Onsite hospitalisation

  • 24/7 out of hours emergency service

  • Dedicated onsite parking available

About Eden Vets

Eden Vets are a brand new, state of the art veterinary practice based in Shavington, in the heart of Cheshire. Our highly qualified vets, with over 40 years combined veterinary surgeon experience, work together with our team of registered veterinary nurses to provide knowledgeable first class care for all small animals.
We offer everything from routine preventative health care all the way up to advanced surgical and medical procedures and treatments, all in house. We also provide referral and second opinion services to support other veterinary practices in the Northwest with orthopaedic, soft tissue and internal medicine services. All our vets have RCVS certified advanced practitioner status meaning they have demonstrated knowledge and understanding in their specific area of veterinary practice. For further info, please click here to visit the RCVS website.

Our facilities include onsite hospitalisation and 24/7 out of hours emergency service which is staffed by our own vets and nurses.

We are easy to find, 5 minutes from J16 of the M6 motorway, just outside Crewe and Nantwich, and have plenty of free, dedicated onsite parking available.

To view our policies please follow these links: Eden Vets Policies and Off Label Drugs Policy

What we can offer you

Our Services and Facilities

A full range of veterinary services with state of the art facilities. 

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Health Plans

Our health plans have been set up to help keep your pet in optimum health

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Referrals and second opinion for orthopedic, soft tissue and internal medicine.

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Meet the Veterinary Team

Tom Gilding, Eden Vets Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Surgery

Tom Gilding

BSc (Hons Physiology) BVSc CertSAS MRCVS
Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Surgery

Georgina Mourant BVSc PGCertSAS MRCVS Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Surgery, Eden Vets Team

Georgina Mourant

Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Surgery

Kate Sloan BVetMed (Hons) CertAVP(SAM) MRCVS Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Medicine, Eden Vets Team

Kate Sloan

BVetMed (Hons) CertAVP(SAM) MRCVS
Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Medicine

Eve Dearden BVSc CertAVP(SAM) MRCVS Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Surgery, Eden Vets Team

Eve Dearden

Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Medicine

Meet the complete Eden Vets Team

What our clients say…

Max, Eden Vets patient

Kate was amazing with him from the first time we met her and Max relaxed in her company straight away…Kate always goes above and beyond and I would highly recommend her and Eden Vets.

Max and Emma-Jayne
Max, Eden Vets patient

We will be forever grateful to Eve for the wonderful care and love she gave our Max. He absolutely loved seeing Eve every time we went to the vets; it was just wonderful to see their relationship. Thank you so much Eve.

Max, Tracy and Emelia
Tom, Eden Vet with Seb

Tom was friendly, very approachable, caring and professional from start to finish and took a genuine interest in trying to repair this broken dog.  Tom has a huge heart and huge talent, he has not only changed Seb’s life but saved his life and we will be forever grateful to him.

Heather and Seb
Lacie, an Eden Vets patient

Georgie has always been positive, assertive and exceptional, maintaining a professionally and friendly approach making my nervous pooch feel comfortable and loved. I couldn’t recommend her highly enough!

Joanne and Lacie

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    Eden Vets, Bloore House
    416 Newcastle Road
    CW2 5JF

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    Today for Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month #VNAM we are going to be talking about medical nursing! 🐾As with human medicine, vets and nurses tend to chose to specialise in different areas of which there are many but at basis they tend to fall into either surgical or medical categories (and there are NEVER any rivalries in our teams… honest!) 😉Here at Eden Vets we are very lucky to have a fabulous medical team who thrive on working out a puzzle full of symptoms and test results to find a diagnosis and subsequently the most appropriate treatment. 🩺But what do veterinary nurses to to assist with medical cases from start to finish? Let’s find out! 🧐Upon admission of your pet, it will usually be a veterinary nurse who is charge of taking relevant baseline readings (like temperature, weight, pulse rate and blood pressures) and they will continue to monitor these throughout the day for any changes which will be reported to the vet. 👩‍⚕️They will also often obtain blood and urine samples and run the requested tests with our laboratory equipment which includes preparing microscope slides for the vet to interpret. 🔬 They will also place intravenous catheters and work out the prescribed medications for either the sedation or pre anaesthesia medications required for the diagnostic procedure taking place.We are fortunate at Eden vets to have state of the art diagnostic equipment, including ultrasound scanners, endoscopy, bronchoscopy and x-ray. The nurses will assist with all of these procedures, and are trained to place animals for x-rays, restrain them for scans and assist with the scope, this sometimes means performing an enema beforehand (you either love it or you hate it!). 😅They are also of course in charge of monitoring the animals anaesthetic or sedation throughout the procedure, reporting any changes to the vet and reacting accordingly.Of course, it’s then the veterinary nurses responsibility to care for and closely monitor your pet as they recover from their procedure which can be a risky business if the pet is very poorly. 📈Often its the face of a veterinary nurse that they will first see when they wake up (usually they will have contorted themselves into the kennel with your pet!). So even though, veterinary nurses are proving that they do so much more than cuddle animals all day, they do have extensive training in that department and are always prepared to show up for duty! 🥰Another slightly unsuspected part of veterinary nursing is that they are in charge of prepping, caring for, maintaining and cleaning all of the medical equipment between each patient. Veterinary nurses by proxy often become very apt and at working out technical issues with the medical equipment and are often called to the rescue when faults occur! 🔧We hope that you’re enjoying learning about all the things our nurses get up to in practice as much as we are enjoying telling you! Stay tuned for our next post on Surgical Nursing! ⭐ ... See MoreSee Less
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    Ever wondered what an ear infection caused by yeast looks like under a microscope?? 🔬The handsome Teddy came in to see us after his owner noticed he was head shaking and had a smell coming from his ear. After examination of the ear canal, we performed cytology on the discharge and saw lots of yeast organisms called Malassezia! 🐾After an ear clean and a course of topical and oral medications, Teddy had all clear and his back to his gorgeous self! 💙Ear infections are very common in dogs. They are best treated as soon as possible as they often are very painful. We advise any reoccurring ear infections to be investigated further as many of these infections are due to underlying conditions. For further advice on how to keep your pooches ears in top condition, get in contact with us! 🙏 ... See MoreSee Less
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    ⭐Sunday means it is time for our star patient of the week⭐ This weeks it’s Cocker Spaniel Ole 🤩🐶Ole came in earlier this week to see Vet, Eve because the owners were seeing recurrent blood in his urine. Investigations revealed several bladder stones to be present. These were confirmed to be visible on an X-ray too where three separate stones could be seen.Kate and Eve together removed Ole’s stones using a minimally invasive technique where an endoscope (camera) is introduced into the bladder through a very small incision in the abdomen. This allows the bladder stones to be visualised and then removed without the need for a larger abdominal and bladder incision. As well as the three large stones there was a lot of gritty debris to be removed which you might be able to make out on the endoscopy image. The complete removal of all stones was confirmed by repeat radiography post operatively. 👏🏻We are pleased to report that Ole recovered well and went home the following morning. Once we have confirmed the type of stones we will put into place a plan to try to prevent any recurrence. 💙 ... See MoreSee Less
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    Do you have or have you ever had a pet with a chronic illness that requires monitoring? 📈Conditions such as diabetes, cushing's, hypertension, thyroid disorders and many more (!) require consistent and long term monitoring to ensure that your pets are always receiving the most appropriate treatment for their stage. 💊Did you know however that our nurses are often in charge of performing the tests and using the monitoring equipment required to do this? For our next #VNAM2021 post we'd like to tell you a bit about what they do! 👩‍🔬Veterinary Nurses are not only trained to take blood samples💉( and very good at catching urine! ) but also know how to run a huge variety of blood tests and urine analysis in our in house laboratory. The results will then be reported to the vet who will interpret them and prescribe the appropriate treatment for the patient. 💊 Veterinary nurses are also trained to use other types of monitoring equipment like blood pressure machines and glucometers to assist with the management of long term issues such as chronic kidney disease or diabetes. It's not always easy to perform repeat tests on an animal so another important part of our nurses job is to know how to make this whole experience as stress free and quick as possible for the pets! 😇Monitoring long term conditions correctly enables the most appropriate treatment and ultimately prolongs pets lives and our nurses are proud to be apart of that! ⭐ ... See MoreSee Less
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    Feline Friday Fun!! Do you have any photos of your cats attempting a selfie?? Share below to make us giggle! 😹💙 ... See MoreSee Less
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