Black Sheep Vets in Louth
Have a safe and merry Christmas and Happy New Year from all at Black Sheep Vets
We are a modern small animal (pet) veterinary practice on the Fairfield Estate in Louth, Lincolnshire. Black Sheep Vets is owned by veterinary surgeon Richard Carter and assisted by vet Alex Balint, vet nurse Sarah and vet care assistants Karla, and Becky. We offer a personal professional service for you and your pet.
Black Sheep Vets has a well-equipped surgery offering x-ray, endoscope, ultrasound and in-house laboratory facilities for prompt investigation and treatment.
House calls We do house calls by arrangement but will try to fit them in from 2pm to 4 pm or after surgery.
Black Sheep Vets is at No.4 Meridian Centre, Belvoir Way, LN11 0LQ on the Fairfield Industrial Estate, Louth. The easiest approach is to take the turn off behind B&Q (Belvoir Way) and follow this to Clockwork Removals on the right side with the Meridian Centre (blue green units) on the left side.
Free parking Being on the industrial estate gives us free and ample parking close to the surgery with disabled access into the building.
By having an appointment system and a spacious waiting room allows clients and their pets to be seen promptly with minimal waiting times.
Christmas opening hours:
Normal Opening (office) hours:
Monday - Friday 8.45am - 6:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 11.30am
Consultations are by appointment:
Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 8:45am - 2pm and 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Tuesday & Thursday: 8.45am - 11:00am and 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am - 11:30am
Get in touch
Telephone office and emergency contact details: (01507) 609929
Fax: (01507) 609928
Email: richard@blacksheepvets co.uk
If you have an emergency out of hours and urgently need to speak to Richard or Alex please telephone 07581586643. If the vet on duty does not manage to answer, please leave a message on the mobile and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Black Sheep Vets has the following facilities:
- An in-house laboratory allows for immediate investigation and results in critical cases while x-ray, ultrasound and endoscopy facilities mean that difficult cases can be fully investigated if required.
- Dental station for quality cleaning and removing of damaged teeth
- Heated kennels with bath
If you require more information regarding our facilities, or for medical conditions we can assist with, please get in touch with us.
We take the health of your animal extremely seriously.
The vets are registered with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons
Mr Richard Carter MRCVS 0315371
Mr Alex Balint MRCVS 6505529
Puppy parties are held on Wednesday evenings from 7pm at the surgery for puppies to socialise and start training once the vaccinations are complete. These are run by Mrs Carol Mortimer (Tel 01507 327 612) of the Louth and District Dog Club.
The Puppy Christmas Party is at 7pm on 18th December and no more classes until the new year.