Our address :
PAWS Veterinary Health Centre, Edward Street, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, CV11 5RP
If you don't have a SatNav, you can find a map and directions to us on our "About Us" page.
Telephone : 02476 384 064 (24-hour number)
(PLEASE NOTE - for quality control and training purposes calls may be recorded)
Facsimile : 02476 381 019
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
To contact our practice manager :
To contact our Midshire Farm and Equine farm office :
Telephone : 02476 381 494
E-mail : email@example.com
You can visit our large animal practice website here.
We welcome any feedback you have about us.
If you have any serious concerns please ask to speak to either our Practice Manager, Miss Kennedy, or any of the Directors.
However, we also give you the opportunity to make any comments about us (or our web site) by taking a few moments to fill in a short on-line questionaire here (the survey will open in a new window). The survey can be completed anonymously, or your details can be provided if you wish.
Alternatively, you can complete the contact form opposite.
Our clients and your views are important to us.
Like many veterinary practices, we are not only involved in training the next generation of veterinary nurses, but also vets as well.
Veterinary students are required as part of their university training to spend a significant portion of their time between terms undergoing further "practical" training with veterinary practices - Extra Mural Study (formerly "seeing practice", for those of us of more senior years!).
As a large mixed practice, it is not unusual for us to have multiple students with us for a large percentage of the year.
Veterinary students wishing to 'see practice' with us can now book with us via the VetEMS website, run by XLVets. Please click on the logo to request a booking (website will open in a new window).
We also receive a large number of requests from school and college 'pre-veterinary' students wishing to find a placement for their work experience. These requests should be made via our Practice Manager Miss Kennedy.
Please note, however, that we receive many more requests for such placements than we have availability. We give preference to university undergraduate students, and all our availability is booked many months (sometimes a year or so!) in advance.
We encourage younger students considering becoming a vet to gain experience with animals via such means as work on farms, at stables, kennels or other similar placements. Such experience will be invaluable when applying for a veterinary degree course.
You can find more information on veterinary careers at the RCVS website here or by clicking on the logo.
If you want to know what being an RCVS Acredited Practice means, click on the logo at the bottom of the page.
Our feedback forms are not appropriate or intended for booking appointments or contacting the surgery in an emergency. In either of these cases please telephone the surgery on :
02476 384 064