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Kennels and Catteries. Some take in strays so if you are looking for a rescue animal give them a call.

Mill Green Boarding Kennels & Catteries

700 Chester Rd, Walsall WS9 0LR, UK – 01922 454023

We have used mill green for the last 5 years with our cat this year we will be boarding our cat and pet gecko, staff always helpful and trust then fully to look after our animal family see you again July :-)

Took great care of our two dogs for a weekend, they were happy when we dropped off and picked them up. Friendly, helpful staff.

Aristocats Luxury Cattery

Meeke's Farm, Pelsall Lane, Walsall, Rushall WS4 1NE, UK – 01922 632997

Deb the owner cannot do enough for you or your pets, lovely clean cattery. I highly recommend Aristocats.

Great service! Friendly staff and clean comfortable pens for the cats.

K9 Kuts

93 Pelsall Ln, Walsall WS4 1NE, UK – 01922 621014

Very good groomer

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Vets

Value Vets

21 Anchor Rd, Aldridge, Walsall WS9 8PT, UK – 01922 456236

Very friendly, professional staff. Professional are very reasonable too.

Eddie the vet is a marvel; great with pets and their owners. Efficient surgery, albeit with very little parking - it is often worthwhile leaving your car in the Morrisons car park around the corner.

Vets4Pets Shelfield

71 Lichfield Rd, Walsall WS4 1PU, UK – 01922 682520

Had nothing but excellent service with the team here . Sally is a lovely vet .most of the reception staff are lovely. One or two occasionally seem to have a bad day . , But nobody ever been rude . I've had 2 dogs put down here and it was done with care , respect and love . Thankyou Sally xxx

Superb service friendly staff. Been with them since opened wouldn't change.

Firstvets

39 Leighswood Rd, Aldridge, Walsall WS9 8AH, UK – 01922 451158

Excellent care, diagnostic ability and staff. I have been going here 20+ years.

the staff was very kind when my cat became ill, they explained everything to me when it turned out that she had tumours. They told me about treatment and care and as we chose not to go with an operation as the tumours had spread to her lungs they explained about pallative care at home and that when we knew the time was right to let her go. When that time came they allowed me to spend time with her before giving her the injection and to stay with her after she had gone. i was allowed to take her home to lay her at rest in the garden. A few days later i received a condolence card off the team at the vets with a sachet of forget me not flowers. They are a wonderful team x

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