Menu

We want you to be happy with the service and care that we provide at St George’s Vets. However, we understand that occasionally things may happen that you feel are unsatisfactory.

Please tell us when you aren’t happy as most problems can be sorted out quickly and easily.  The best way to do this is to discuss it with the person who is looking after your pet at the time of the problem.

If this hasn’t resolved the problem and you would like to complain formally, then let us know as soon as you can by :

  • email to: clientcare@stgeorgesvets.co.uk
  • or write to: Group Manager, St George’s Vets, 8 St Georges Parade, Wolverhampton, WV2 1BD

It is better to contact us as quickly as possible, so please try to write to us within 2 weeks.  This gives us the best opportunity to investigate and resolve the issue.

Please include the following information to help us in investigating the problem:

  • What happened?  Tell us about the nature of the problem and the events that took place.
  • Where did it happen and when (the date and time)?
  • Tell us who was involved, which staff?
  • It is also very helpful if you can indicate what you are hoping for as an outcome?
  • Let us know how you would prefer to be contacted e.g. letter, phone call, email, etc.

What we will do

  • We will acknowledge your complaint within 3 days, telling you who is dealing with your complaint and when you can expect to receive a reply.
  • In most cases we hope to give you a full reply within 2 weeks, but if it is going to take longer we will get in touch to give you a progress update and new timescale.

How we investigate your complaint:

  • We will find out what happened and what went wrong.  
  • We will say sorry, where this is appropriate;
  • We will put solutions in place to resolve the issue and make sure it does not happen again.

If you do feel this doesn't resolve your complaint:

If you have a problem, we welcome the opportunity to try and resolve this for you, however this does not affect your right to approach the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, if you are dissatisfied with the outcome.