6 Reviews

Pike Moor Vets

Bolton, Lancashire
General Info
Pike Moor Vets is an independent small animal veterinary practice serving parts of the Bolton, Wigan and Chorley districts. The surgery has grown steadily over that last 30 years, constantly developing and improving the diagnostic and treatment facilities we can offer to our patients and clients.
Care is provided by qualified Veterinary Surgeons, qualified Veterinary Nurses and dedicated and experienced support staff at two surgeries, one in Horwich and one in Westhoughton.
The surgery offers a wide range of diagnostic, treatment and surgical facilities in addition to annual health checks and vaccines, preventative health care advice, neutering and microchip implantation. Free nurse clinics are available for weight clinics, puppy clinics and kitten clinics. We can also offer advice on a range of behavioural and anxiety problems suffered by domestic pets.
Reviews
Robyn Cullen
24 Oct 2017
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Despite recieving an appointment for our lovely yet very scared cat we turned up and was told the nurse wasn't there. No apologies given at the time. Despite my cat showing signs of distress they refu... Read More
Despite recieving an appointment for our lovely yet very scared cat we turned up and was told the nurse wasn't there. No apologies given at the time. Despite my cat showing signs of distress they refused to see her even though her appointment had been booked for weeks. Tried to book another appointment we doubled checked with them and it turns out the nurse wouldn't be there again on specified booked day. My cat is very distressed and we are looking at going to a more competent vets. If they can't even book appointments correctly then I dredd to think of how competent they are giving the correct care to our lovely animals. Read Less
Deanna Sewell
13 Oct 2017
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Amazing have helped all of my animals!! Chickens,dogs and cats 💓
Caroline Crawford
18 Jul 2017
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Sarah Lyon
3 Jun 2017
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Natasha Swift
4 May 2017
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We came to deliver a diseased, clearly lived pet and the vets refused to hold the cat while the owners came to decide on how to move forward. The attitude we received by the receptionist was appalling... Read More
We came to deliver a diseased, clearly lived pet and the vets refused to hold the cat while the owners came to decide on how to move forward. The attitude we received by the receptionist was appalling and showed this in front of customers in the waiting area. From the comments made, it was clear that money was of more importance to them. When returning back to meet the owner, the receptionist attitude, while still not great, was slightly improved. Asking questions/sometimes repeating the same ones. Baring in mind a pets in the waiting area was already not too happy. Read Less
bethany davis
1 Mar 2017
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01204 694004
158-160 Chorley New Road
Bolton Lancashire BL6 5QW
Business Hours
Monday
Mon
09:00AM-18:30PM
Tuesday
Tue
09:00AM-18:30PM
Wednesday
Wed
09:00AM-18:30PM
Thursday
Thu
09:00AM-18:30PM
Friday
Fri
09:00AM-18:30PM
Saturday
Sat
09:00AM-11:00AM
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Pike Moor Vets

Bolton, Lancashire
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158-160 Chorley New Road
Bolton Lancashire BL6 5QW
Pike Moor Vets is an independent small animal veterinary practice serving parts of the Bolton, Wigan and Chorley districts. The surgery has grown steadily over that last 30 years, constantly developing and improving the diagnostic and treatment facilities we can offer to our patients and clients.
Care is provided by qualified Veterinary Surgeons, qualified Veterinary Nurses and dedicated and experienced support staff at two surgeries, one in Horwich and one in Westhoughton.
The surgery offers a wide range of diagnostic, treatment and surgical facilities in addition to annual health checks and vaccines, preventative health care advice, neutering and microchip implantation. Free nurse clinics are available for weight clinics, puppy clinics and kitten clinics. We can also offer advice on a range of behavioural and anxiety problems suffered by domestic pets.
Monday
09:00AM-18:30PM
Tuesday
09:00AM-18:30PM
Wednesday
09:00AM-18:30PM
Thursday
09:00AM-18:30PM
Friday
09:00AM-18:30PM
Saturday
09:00AM-11:00AM
Robyn Cullen
24 Oct 2017
REPORT
Despite recieving an appointment for our lovely yet very scared cat we turned up and was told the nurse wasn't there. No apologies given at the time. Despite my cat showing signs of distress they refu... Read More
Despite recieving an appointment for our lovely yet very scared cat we turned up and was told the nurse wasn't there. No apologies given at the time. Despite my cat showing signs of distress they refused to see her even though her appointment had been booked for weeks. Tried to book another appointment we doubled checked with them and it turns out the nurse wouldn't be there again on specified booked day. My cat is very distressed and we are looking at going to a more competent vets. If they can't even book appointments correctly then I dredd to think of how competent they are giving the correct care to our lovely animals. Read Less
Deanna Sewell
13 Oct 2017
REPORT
Amazing have helped all of my animals!! Chickens,dogs and cats 💓
Caroline Crawford
18 Jul 2017
REPORT
Sarah Lyon
3 Jun 2017
REPORT
Natasha Swift
4 May 2017
REPORT
We came to deliver a diseased, clearly lived pet and the vets refused to hold the cat while the owners came to decide on how to move forward. The attitude we received by the receptionist was appalling... Read More
We came to deliver a diseased, clearly lived pet and the vets refused to hold the cat while the owners came to decide on how to move forward. The attitude we received by the receptionist was appalling and showed this in front of customers in the waiting area. From the comments made, it was clear that money was of more importance to them. When returning back to meet the owner, the receptionist attitude, while still not great, was slightly improved. Asking questions/sometimes repeating the same ones. Baring in mind a pets in the waiting area was already not too happy. Read Less
bethany davis
1 Mar 2017
REPORT
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