Pet's Choice Veterinary Centre. If your pet could choose...
Pet's Choice Veterinary Centre. If your pet could choose...  

Welcome to our website! Please have a look at the following pages to get an idea of our purpose built practice or even better, come in for a tour and meet the staff. Our practice is centrally located for easy access from most of Telford and there is plenty of safe, easy parking right outside the door.


Our veterinarian, Garth Tozer, is currently the only fulltime vet at the practice and this ensures continuity of care for your pet. We also use only a very limited number of locum vets when Garth is away. The aim of our vets and all our staff is for every owner and pet to feel at ease at all times and we believe we truly would be your pet's choice if he or she could decide where to be treated.


We are now the only non corporate owned practice in Telford and are very proud of our independant status and will continue to offer the personal care that has become synonymous with our veterinary centre.


Our first class facilities and equipment enable us to offer many professional services including consultations, vaccinations, microchips, surgery (routine neutering to more complex operations), radiography, laser therapy, laboratory testing, a grooming salon and much more. We also offer advice on correct nutrition and general care of your pet.

Winter has arrived!

We all gain a little bit of weight at christmas time to compensate for the cold weather but please remember that weight gain for your pets can be highly dangerous! If you think your pet might be piling on the pounds, pop them into the surgery any time during our opening hours for a free weight check.


Winter is a lovely time which the majority of us enjoy, however it can quickly become sombre if your pet ingests something harmful. The list below shows the most common toxic foods found at Christmas:

  • Raisins, grapes,sultanas, currents 
  • Fruit cake/mince meat/ christmas pudding
  • Chocolate
  • Xylitol (sweetener found in chewing gum)
  • Ibuprofen (most commonly found on Boxing day for a hangover)
  • Poinsettias
  • Lillies
  • Mistletoe
  • Turkey and chicken bones
  • Snow tipped christmas trees and fake snow

Please bear in mind for our feline friends that antifreeze poisoning cases increase vastly at this time of year so please be careful when using it. Save the cats, use a scraper.

Christmas decorations can become a choking hazard for dogs and cats so supervision is advised at all times.

If you suspect your animal has ingested any of the things listed above or anything else that they shouldn't have you should call your vet immediately!


Be safe and warm this winter and we hope you have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from us all here at Pet's Choice Veterinary Centre.





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