If your pet is experiencing a problem with their eyes, your Veterinary Surgeon may have recommended referral to a Veterinary Ophthalmologist.

Working from purpose-built facilities with state-of-the art equipment, our team of dedicated experienced ophthalmologists offer the very best in ophthalmic care to cases throughout the UK.

At Veterinary Vision, we pride ourselves on being kind, caring and compassionate and strive to help you provide the best possible outcome for your pet. While your pet is under our care, they will be in the safe and capable hands of our expert vets, nurses and office staff who work hard to ensure that you receive the highest standard of care for you and your pet.

We understand that visits to the vet can be potentially upsetting for owners and pets alike and that you may be anxious about the health of your pet or any treatment that may be offered.

At Veterinary Vision we always treat your own pet as if there were our own and hope to be able to make your journey as pleasant as possible. Whatever the situation, we will guide you through the process and answer any queries you may have along the way.

Please be aware that if you have been referred to Veterinary Vision for specialised treatment of your pet’s ocular condition. Veterinary Vision is a Veterinary Ophthalmology practice that treats only ophthalmic conditions (i.e. only conditions of or related to eyes). You may not register your pet with Veterinary Vision for general veterinary services, and you will need to return to your own vets for the treatment of any other unrelated conditions and for routine vaccination and worming etc.