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Out of hours 01785 258411
Island Veterinary Centre 01785 258411
Stone Veterinary Centre 01785 818186
Bloxwich Veterinary Centre 01922 405200
Gornal Veterinary Centre 01384 212000
Wombourne Veterinary Centre 01902 324551

Island Vets

We are a 100% small animal practice in Staffordshire, established in 1972

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Welcome to Island Vets!

Whether you’ve searched ‘Vets near me’ or seen us around and looked for us directly, we’d like to welcome you to our website! Our aim is simple, to be the most trusted and highly regarded vets in Staffordshire and the West Midlands, to offer the best service to our clients and to your wonderful pets. 

Our main site is based in Wolverhampton Road, Stafford, with 4 further branches in and around Staffordshire, Walsall and the West Midlands. That means you can find our dedicated vets in Bloxwich, Stafford, Stone, Wombourne and Gornal.

Whether you’re returning to us or you’re a brand new client, we look forward to helping your best friend. Contact us to find out more.

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Looking to change your microchipping details?

If you have moved house or changed your contact details, you will need to update your pet's microchip details should the worst happen and your pet goes missing. It is now a legal requirement for dogs to be microchipped and to be recorded in the current keeper's contact details on a government-compliant database. The following links are official websites that meet government standards for which you can do this, and depending on what you need to change, some fees may apply:

You will need your pet's microchip number, usually this is 15 digits long. If you are a registered client of ours we should have this on your pet's record, so do give us a call and we can help provide the information you need, as you may not be aware of the database that holds your pet's information. 

You can also find information about microchipping your dog on the Government's website