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  • 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 Practice Locations

We have 5 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
  • "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

Latest News From Blacks Vets

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Barbecues and your pets – things to consider  
25th July 2022

Picture the scene…you’re in your garden in Dudley, the sun is shining, maybe you have friends and family round to visit, and the charcoals are just about ready for you to start cooking al fresco. The last thing you want is an emergency vet visit with your beloved pet to us at Blacks Vets.  

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The importance of microchipping your pet
28th June 2022

Keeping our pets safe in Dudley is important to all of us as pet owners. They trust us with their care and protection, as well as feeding, exercising and cuddling them, which includes identifying them so that we can be reunited if we are parted.

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Vets in Dudley warn about grass seed dangers to cats and dogs
27th June 2022

Grass seeds are a common problem during the spring and summer months. While your pet explores the outdoors, grass seed can easily brush off the tops of long grass stems onto their bodies. The Blacks Vets in Dudley explain that the seeds have pointed ends and are exceptionally sharp, so they become trapped in your pet’s fur and due to their shape they can only travel in one direction. This means they can often penetrate skin or move into ears

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