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  • Blacks Vets in Dudley, Oldbury, Sedgley, Quinton & Lye Stourbridge
  • Blacks Vets in Dudley, Oldbury, Sedgley, Quinton & Lye Stourbridge
  • Blacks Vets in Dudley, Oldbury, Sedgley, Quinton & Lye Stourbridge
  • Blacks Vets in Dudley, Oldbury, Sedgley, Quinton & Lye Stourbridge
  • Blacks Vets in Dudley, Oldbury, Sedgley, Quinton & Lye Stourbridge

Caring for the Black Country’s pet community since 1965, Blacks Vets is a veterinary group with family values very much at its heart. Both passionate and compassionate, our team of highly qualified vets, nurses and client care staff, strive to deliver the very highest standards in veterinary services across the board.

Our network of five practices gives us a unique advantage; we are large enough to provide world-class animal health care with state-of the-art diagnostic equipment and certified expertise, yet small enough to offer the kind of personalised and friendly service that makes such a difference to our clients’ experience.

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View Our Vet Practice Locations

We have 5 vet surgery locations throughout the West Midlands region - see below for more detail.

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Why Choose Blacks Vets?

  • Your local Accredited Veterinary Hospital service providing 24/7 365 care and out of hours service – staffed by our own vets & nurses, we NEVER outsource emergency care.

  • 16 highly qualified vets. We have Certificate holders with Advanced Veterinary Practitioner status in small animal surgery, cardiology, internal medicine and dermatology. Knowledge to deal with difficult cases & 2nd opinions.

  • Voted Best UK Vet and Practice of The Year.

  • Local branches at Dudley, Oldbury, Sedgley, Quinton and Lye (Stourbridge).

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What Our Clients Say

"The best decision we ever made"

We were originally a member of the Quinton branch but we moved to Great Barr and transferred away from Blacks. That was a massive mistake. Having tried 3 vets local to us we could not find anything even remotely close to Blacks in terms of ease of use, professionalism, care for our pets and customer service. Rejoining Blacks Oldbury was the best decision we've ever made and we've never looked back. We especially like how Blacks sort out insurance and check in with you in advance of your appointment as a reminder. They also really seem to love animals here so it isn't just a job to them. We recommend it to everyone.

Hollie Chilton
Blacks Vets have always been great with our Golden retriever as he’s had a few illnesses since we have had him
I have been bringing my animals to you for over 25 years, staff and vets are friendly and helpful
Fantastic team of people on all points of contact, advice given when needed and never had a problem contacting the receptionist
We have always received the very best care and attention for our dogs over the years. Everyone at Blacks Vets is very kind and have always looked after both dog and us
You are always very helpful and I have had a big problem recently with my cat, and you were extremely kind and he is much better. Thank you.
This is my 3rd loved family pet registered with Blacks over the past 11 years. 10 out of 10 in all areas including care, efficiency, professionalism, service and communications. Thank you to the Blacks Vets team
Friendly staff, definitely spoil Maisie while she was at the vets

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Allergies in Cats
31st May 2024

The most common allergies in cats

Cats commonly experience four types of allergies: insects (fleas), food allergies, atopic dermatitis (triggered by house dust, pollen, and moulds) and contact allergies. While they exhibit shared physical expressions and signs, each allergy type also presents unique features. If you believe your cat is showing signs of an allergy, then speaking to a vet at Blacks Vets to help you find a solution for making your cat more comfortable and improving their quality of life.

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What’s Better for My Cat: Wet or Dry Food?
31st May 2024

A frequent question asked is whether cats should consume canned or dry food.

Fortunately, many commercial cat foods offer an excellent nutritional source, whether in the form of dry or wet cat food. However, hinges on various factors, including weight, health conditions and budget.

Deciding whether to opt for dry, canned or a combination of both is a choice you and your vet or nurse can collaboratively make to ensure the optimal health of your cat. Here's some advice on the comparison between wet and dry cat food.

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Introducing Pets to Children
31st May 2024

Children and pets can form wonderful bonds and many parents aspire for their children to grow up alongside furry companions. When introducing them for the first time, it's essential to establish a safe and comfortable environment where children and pets can begin to familiarise themselves with each other. Having pets is a great way of introducing responsibility in the home for your children. Establishing household guidelines for children (and sometimes adults) can aid in their learning and comprehension of what is expected in terms of caring for their new furry family member.

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