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

We are currently open to new client registrations, please contact us to register and for more details.

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

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

Visit Our Referrals Website

Register your pet.

We are currently open to new client registrations, please contact us to register and for more details

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

BVSc PGCertSAS MRCVS
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

BVSc CertAVP(SAM) MRCVS
Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Medicine

Meet the complete Eden Vets Team

What our clients say…

  • 5 star review  Friendly staff, good service and care for our Dog. Happy to recommend and will definitely be using them when needed in the future.

    thumb Andrew H
    April 9, 2022

    5 star review  Our 16 month old Poochon was referred here for CT and spay. She had lots of adhesions which made the surgery unsafe for our own vet to do. The staff... read more

    thumb Wendy Meyers
    March 13, 2022

    5 star review  Our Dachshund Saved by Tom & Eden Vets

    Whilst away on holiday our dachshunds health got progressively worse until one day she was dragging both bag legs. Immediately we went to... read more

    thumb Adam Lowndes
    March 13, 2022
  • 5 star review  Just got a puppy. All staff at the Vets very kind supportive and helpful

    thumb Helen Dobson
    March 13, 2022

    5 star review  Hard to believe that any other vets could match their level of service and customer care, wouldn’t trust anyone else with our boys.

    thumb SJH1970
    February 13, 2022

    5 star review  So far so good.
    The key thing I like is that there is no push to expense but instead less is best at first approach.
    I have often been pushed to get... read more

    thumb 8enjam1n
    March 13, 2022
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
    Shavington
    CW2 5JF

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    May is not only Veterinary Nurse Awareness Month, but also Feline Hypertension Awareness Month. As part of this we would like to introduce our new Nurse Blood Pressure screening clinics for our feline patients! 🐈 Feline Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is a condition in which a cat’s blood pressure is elevated above normal, safe levels. As cats age their risk of developing high blood pressure increases.Did you know its recommended that all cats over 7 years old should have annual blood pressure check with cats over 10 years having bi-annual checks! In both humans and cats, high blood pressure often has no signs or symptoms. This makes the condition very dangerous since it can go unnoticed. High blood pressure has harmful effects on the following four main body systems. 🐾• Heart: trouble breathing, signs of stroke including dragging a limb or both hindlimbs, collapse• Brain: unexplained changes in behaviour including increased meowing and howling• Kidneys: increased drinking, large urine clumps in the litter box, vomiting• Eyes (retinas): Sudden blindness including bumping into furniture, missing jumps, walking along walls for direction. Taking a blood pressure reading for a cat involves a small cuff placed around your cat’s leg or tail which is inflated and deflated allowing your cat’s blood pressure to be detected. Most cats tolerate the process very well and this can be performed with you in the consult. If high blood pressure is detected, other tests may be advised to find the underlying cause prior to appropriate treatment. 🩺High blood pressure is also very easily treated using a cat-friendly medicine and many cats that receive treatment have an excellent quality of life.So don’t delay, give us a call, and get your felines BP checked! ☎ ... See MoreSee Less
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    It’s that time of year again when cats like to chew on and eat grass! 🌿Eating grass aids with digestion and transit of fur and has been proposed that chewing grass may be a way of cats receiving more folic acid which is contained within grass. Unfortunately, one of the downsides of cats chewing grass is that due to the barbed nature of grass it can get stuck behind their soft palate (at the back of their throat) or even up their nostrils! 😿Signs your cat may have a grass blade stuck include:• Coughing• Retching• Sneezing • Pawing at the face• Nasal discharge• Smelly breath• Reduced appetite. If you notice any of these signs please get in contact. Most grass blades can be removed easily under sedation, but sometimes further investigation and treatment is necessary. 🩺 ... See MoreSee Less
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