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Whatever you need, we’re here. Get in touch to book an appointment, ask us a question, or for anything else we can help you with. Whether you’re a new member or a regular, you’re always welcome at Wilbury.

General enquiries

If you are visiting the practice, find our address and location map below. For general non-urgent enquiries, please drop us an email to ask any query. You can call 24 hours on 01273 737924. We even have our own app to contact us, order meds, food etc! Download our app here.

Appointments

Book an appointment online or call us on 01273 737924 to speak with us in person. We always keep some appointments free for urgent problems, so please call if you don’t see a suitable slot online.

Emergencies

If you have an emergency, we’ll see you straight away. Just call us first so we can be prepared. If you have an emergency out of hours, please call our emergency service provider, PETS, on 01273 566993. They are located at The Deneway, London Road, Brighton, BN1 8QR

We’re easy to find, wheelchair friendly, and there’s even a parking spot for you right outside the door.

20 Wilbury Avenue,
Hove,
East Sussex,
BN3 6HR

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Wilbury is a Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) accredited general practice, which means we’re assessed to make sure we’re meeting the highest industry standard. RCVS scores every area of our practice, from our in-patient service and diagnostic process through to the way we speak to our customers. We have been awarded ‘outstanding’ for our client service – the highest possible score.

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SOME OF YOUR REVIEWS

They're very, very good here. We're very lucky to have this veterinary surgery, and its staff, in Brighton & Hove.

Lovely place, it has been done up since my last visit and looks fantastic. I saw a female vet and she knew straight away what was wrong with my dog. Lovely place, lovely people.

Wow....the recent renovations have transpired into a truly ultra modern surgery..fabulous!
A special mention to Jo, who I cannot thank enough, for her exceptional love, care and attention. Wilbury Vets you are simply the best!

As a new customer to Wilbury Vets during lockdown, and during their recent renovation project, I was hugely impressed by the team's calm good sense, expertise, and positive cheeriness. They have been great with us and the new puppy.

This is THE Veterinary Practice for owners of pets. Their newly refurbished premises are delightful. A big thank you to you all.

I stupidly purchased a really poorly puppy. The vets were absolutely incredible, so professional and supportive during such an emotional time. I could not recommend this place and the people enough.

Great veterinary service! Very friendly and helpful receptionists - my dog actually enjoys going there!

I could not recommend this vets more highly!! We had to take our family dog for an emergency visit and I was totally blown away by this practice. We are so grateful to have had our little doggy in safe hands!

Outstanding treatment today. Thank you all for your kindness. I felt reassured leaving Tiki in such capable hands. Prathayini was extremely professional and caring. Fantastic team. Highly recommend this outstanding practice.

The staff members at Wilbury Vets have been fantastic. They efficiently worked under lockdown conditions to make myself & my partner feel comforted and assured whilst our dog was in their care. Their entire team were so helpful & I couldn't recommend them enough. Wilbury Vets, you are stars!

I can't love these vets enough. They are so friendly, professional, caring and really look after ours pets and their owners. Biff recently had surgery and they were beyond exceptional. A big thank you.

We were referred to Wilbury for Ollie's elbow and double cruciate operations and could not be happier with Peter and his team's wonderful care and attention. If it was not for the eighty mile round trip, we would change to Wilbury tomorrow for all our veterinary care. P.S. I might consider moving to Hove.

I ended up at Wilbury Vets, with Lucy performing major dental surgery on my cat who had complications with his heart. Today he is happy and well, and I consider Lucy a hero. I will be forever grateful to Wilbury, for being there and can’t recommend them enough.

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🌾GRASS SEED ALERT 🌾
These little grass seeds are everywhere at the moment and they can cause havoc by entering your dogs ears, paws and even eyes. They are designed to burrow into the soil so once they are in they don’t want to come out! Please check your dogs for grass seeds after walks (and avoid them if you can) we must have pulled close to 50 grass seeds out of various pets over the last few weeks!
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🌾GRASS SEED ALERT 🌾
These little grass seeds are everywhere at the moment and they can cause havoc by entering your dogs ears, paws and even eyes. They are designed to burrow into the soil so once they are in they don’t want to come out! Please check your dogs for grass seeds after walks (and avoid them if you can) we must have pulled close to 50 grass seeds out of various pets over the last few weeks!

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I am always pulling them out lately and still finding them on the floor..😒 I wish the council would understand the need for collecting as they cut instead of leaving them everywhere 🥺

These things were a constant nightmare when I had my Cavalier. Poor thing had them in her ears every summer, resulting in an immediate trip to the vet and an anaesthetic to remove them. I used to dread July, it was always the worst month. The reason was the council not cutting verges regularly.

Yes my Frenchy got one in her ear last week and cost me £125.00 so she has this on for the long grass.

I pulled these out of my dogs paws last night!

Sam Lake

Have horrendous memories of these from last year. Just months into getting our new greyhound she had massive swelling in her throat unable to eat and drink . A grass seed had imbedded in her saliva duct. Resulting in surgery and £3000 bill from specialist vets. Wilbury we’re fantastic at sorting out our referral there quickly . Be so careful of these. I’m so paranoid now when she goes out sniffing. Thankfully she’s fully recovered now

Laird Trevor Weehuizen

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