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Chestnut House Veterinary Centre

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Sutton Grange, Saltshouse Rd, Sutton HU8 9HL

  • Tel: 01482 787366
  • Fax: 01482 707988

State of the Art Technology with Old Fashioned Values Providing Outstanding Care for Your Pets

Chestnut House Veterinary Centre
  • Traditional Family Practice
  • Open 6 days a week Monday to Saturday
  • 24 Hour Emergency Cover
  • Highly Qualified Nursing Staff
  • In-House Diagnostics
  • Home Visits

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Chestnut House Veterinary Centre opened on 2nd December 1991 in the village and moved to its present location on 8th February 1999.

Chestnut House is a warm and friendly veterinary practice. It offers a very personal service and a continuity of care second to none. Staff turnover is very low so you are guaranteed to get to know the nurses and receptionists by name. Mr Loddo is the only veterinary surgeon at the practice so you can rest assured that your pet will always be seen and cared for by the same person. He and his wife care passionately about the wellbeing of all the animals entrusted to their care and always go that 'extra mile' to ensure their patients and clients feel part of the practice.

The team that will be providing you with professional services is made up of Mr Arthur J Loddo BVSc(hons) MRCVS who qualified from the Bristol veterinary school in 1985 and has spent his professional working life in Yorkshire; Mrs Elaine Loddo VN who qualified as a veterinary nurse in 1991 and has always worked in Hull; Mrs Claire Docherty RVN SQP, Mrs Amy Morton RVN, Mrs Tammy Little VN and Mrs Jade Adamson (soon to be RVN) are all veterinary nurses whose devotion and vast experience will ensure your pets recieve the very best care and attention science can offer; Mrs Gill Batty and Mrs Hazel Rymer our receptionists who will always be able to help you with any questions you may have; Mrs Gill Penrose who looks after the accounts; and Mrs Wendy Longthorn who is responsible for the practice looking so clean all the time.

Home visits are carried out in the afternoon between 12.00 noon and 02.00pm. In order to plan the day and make efficient use of staff we require visits to be booked before 11.00am. Some cases, however, are best dealt with at the practice and you will be advised accordingly by the nurse or veterinary surgeon. Please remember that a charge is made for these visits in addition to the consultation.

This practice subscribes to a dedicated emergency out-of-hours service. If your pet is in an accident or requires emergency attention outside normal surgery hours, you may telephone the surgery number and a pre recorded message will give you the contact number of the Vets Now emergency clinic. This clinic is staffed by veterinary surgeons and nurses that only do out-of-hours work and regularly attend courses to ensure they remain up to date in emergency and critical care. Please remember that the out-of-hours treatment, by its very nature, is expensive so it is better, whenever possible, to seek advice during normal surgery hours rather than wait and worry after the practice is shut


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5 out of 529th July 2013

Very Helpful

I have used this vet for many year and have always been happy with the care and attention they give to my pets. Even recently when I took my conure, I was impressed by the way they handled the very frightened bird (they are known to die from stress). She made a full recovery. All staff are very welcoming and helpful. Well done everyone.

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