About Us

Wellpet Vets is a family-run service since 1999

Wellpet is a small, family-run business, here to care for your family pets. We are proud of our reputation for providing the highest level of veterinary care for your pet.

The Practice was established at the Shenley site at least 60 years ago, it was taken over by husband and wife team Glen and Jo Foley in 1999. Since then investment in staff and equipment has grown the practice into what it is today. Family owned and run, we pride ourselves on being honest, fair and compassionate. Providing personal one-to-one care, we try to ensure YOUR vet is the one you see and trust.

Animal Lovers


Receive personal care from a vet that knows you and your pet. Since Wellpet Veterinary Practice is a small clinic, you’ll usually visit the same vet each time, so your animal feels more comfortable.


Provide your pet with the expert attention they deserve. Our friendly and professional veterinary staff have more than 25 years of experience in caring for small animals, and our practice has been established for more than 60 years.


Priority Pets

Visit a vet who is motivated by the wellbeing of your pet and is proud to deliver exceptionally high levels of care, attention and treatment.

Your pet is our priority, so we take great care of every small patient that comes through our doors. Our well-equipped surgeries facilitate the high-quality care and personal service from our friendly staff.

Out of hours Emergency - 01707 666 399 

Providing round-the-clock care for your pet.

We have a good relationship with The Queen Mother Hospital at The Royal Veterinary College. This is an alternative port of call for our clients who are looking for veterinary care outside the opening hours of Wellpet Veterinary Practice Ltd.

Contact The Queen Mother Hospital at The Royal Veterinary College for urgent problems that can’t wait until the next day. This impressive centre of excellence advises you over the phone if your pet requires emergency treatment. Phone The Queen Mother Hospital at The Royal Veterinary College on 01707 666399. Alternatively, call our surgery to be re-directed to the hospital.