New Vets4Pets opens in Hedge End

Mayor Mo Sollitt and MP Mims Davies join Cllr Jerry Hall for a first look at new vet’s surgery

Eastleigh pet owners now have a new veterinary surgery to take their furry friends to after vets Przemyslaw Jelonek and Andrew Thornton opened the doors to their brand new Vets4Pets practice located inside the new Pets at Home store at Hedge End Retail Park.

Eastleigh Mayor Councillor Mo Sollitt, accompanied by Eastleigh MP Mims Davies and Hedge End Cllr Jerry Hall were on hand to watch the official ribbon cut performed by the Vet’s children, Ela (age 5), Wiktoria (age 2), Louie (ages 11), and Delilah (age 8).

There were lots of activities on offer, including a caricaturist drawing human and pet portraits, and a balloon artist twisting lots of pet-themed creations for clients. The doors were also open for surgery tours to allow customers to take a peek behind the scenes

Practice partner Andrew Thornton commented,

“Przemyslaw and I are delighted to be opening our new Vets4Pets practice in Hedge End. We have a friendly and experienced practice team in place and are ready to welcome the local community of pet owners.”

At Vets4Pets Hedge End, pet owners can expect to find a bright and modern surgery with modern operating facilities, digital X-ray equipment and a comprehensive laboratory, all of which promise outstanding pet healthcare and wellbeing.

To mark the opening, the surgery offers for the next three months – £15 vaccinations, as well as a fabulous Best Start in Life Pack for £49 which incorporates a variety of elements including first vaccinations, starter flea and worm treatment, and a bag of vet recommended food – which they say is perfect for puppies and kittens.