Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00 – 6.30pm Saturday 9:00-12.30pm

In case of any Emergencies outside these hours please call 01270 439289

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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We are currently not taking on any new clients and pets at this time.

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

Send us your enquiry…

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    Eden Vets, Bloore House
    416 Newcastle Road
    CW2 5JF

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    Our 🌟 patient this week goes to the gorgeous Ruby 💜Ruby came to us after she suffered a fracture to her right elbow joint, known as a lateral condylar fracture (shown on the radiograph below). Unfortunately, fractures of this type are often related to an underlying condition common to the Springer Spaniel breed, known as Humeral Intercondylar Fissure (HIF). The reason this condition occurs is still not fully understood, but it appears to be due to abnormal stresses placed across the humerus (upper bone that forms the elbow joint) which causes a fissure fracture to develop from the joint surface up to the foramen (hole) in the humeral condyle. This condition can cause lameness, but also predisposes the elbows to catastrophic joint fractures. It has long been known that Springers have a higher incidence of elbow fractures than other breeds of dogs, and this condition is the underlying cause for that increased risk. In Ruby’s case, the condition was also bilateral (affecting both elbow joints) therefore treatment would need to be performed in the non-fractured left elbow to stabilize it and prevent future fracturing through the fissure. 🦴Fractures of the elbow joint require prompt and very precise repair to restore the joint surface and limit the development of osteoarthritis long term. We are pleased to report that Ruby’s surgery went perfectly, and the post-operative x-rays demonstrate the accurate restoration of the joint surface. 🐾Even though strict rest for a spaniel is near impossible she is doing very well at home so far and we look forward to seeing her next week for her check up! Well done Ruby, hopefully you’ll be back swimming in those rivers soon! 👏 ... See MoreSee Less
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    16-year-old Charlie is our 🌟 Patient this week! 💙Charlie was referred to our surgical team for treatment of an aural (ear) tumour that was found by his referring vets. He had presented with sudden onset, recurrent ear infections which were refractory to medical management. In comparison to dogs, ear infections in cats are uncommon and should be investigated as soon as possible. The tumour had unfortunately filled his entire ear canal and would have been causing Charlie considerable discomfort. Charlie’s owners were left with a difficult decision but despite his age he was otherwise in great health and his owner’s agreed to perform lifesaving surgery. 🩺Charlie underwent a procedure called a ‘TECA-BO’ which stands for Total Ear Canal Ablation and Bulla Osteotomy. This complex surgery involves the complete removal of the ear canal and tympanic bulla (middle ear), and in Charlie’s case the pinna (ear flap) and lymph nodes too. A TECA-BO allows the infected, cancerous ear tissue to be removed, reducing chronic pain and inflammation thereby giving the patient an improved quality of life. Charlie’s surgery went smoothly, and he recovered extremely well for a cat of his age. Analysis of the tumour sadly diagnosed an aggressive form of cancer which may return. Charlie however doesn’t seem to mind and is back living his best life, pain free! It was wonderful for the team to see that his sassy character has returned at his recent post-operative consultation. 🐱 ... See MoreSee Less
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    There's not long left to nominate! So if you feel our staff go above and beyond for your pets say a big 'thank you' now! 🙏💙👏🏻Veterinary Awards 2022: ... See MoreSee Less
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