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Winner, Winner, Winlaton, County Durham.

It’s been a year in the making, but the doors to the brand new Winlaton veterinary practice are finally open.


Sarah Stead & Doggies

It’s been a year in the making, but the doors to the

brand new Winlaton veterinary practice are finally open.

The owners of Sore Paws in Newton Aycliffe, County

Durham have opened their second practice in the old

Commercial Public House building, Commercial Street,

Winlaton, Tyne & Wear and hosted an array of activities to

keep the animals and their owners entertained during their

open weekend recently.






The whole village came together for the weekend with a mobile petting zoo, opening offers, food, drink and entertainment to welcome everyone to their new practice. All local businesses have been used as suppliers and the owners, Sarah Stead and

Aaron Holmes and the Sore Paws teams welcomed visitors from far and wide. Sarah, the resident vet and owner at Winlaton and Newton Aycliffe practices of Sore Paws said: “It’s taken a lot of blood, sweat, tears and money to get to where we want it to be, but we’ve done it, and we’re overjoyed. It’s taken a full year to renovate, and much of the work has been carried out by ourselves, we’re delighted with the results.”


Sore Paws veterinary practice

Sarah, who is originally from Winlaton always dreamed of opening a practice in her home town, however never thought it would be possible until, by chance, she saw the old Commercial Public House building up for sale. The building has been empty for some time and is perfect for a full-service veterinary practice, with plenty of space for a variety of animal treatment rooms, operating theatres as well as consultation and advice areas. It has cost £220,000 to renovate and is staffed by 13 employees.


The family-run veterinary clinic promises to offer the same hands-on, friendly approach

to everyone and their animals as the Newton Aycliffe branch, but, as the building is almost

three times the size of the one in County Durham, then it will be able to offer additional services.


Sarah Stead

Sarah concluded: “We look forward to welcoming everyone to our new Sore Paws

branch and hope you take advantage of the opening incentives that we have at

the same time, oh, and feel free to bring your pets, after all, without them, you’re probably not going to need us!”




Sore Paws Veterinary Practice – Commercial Street, Blaydon-on-Tyne, Winlaton, NE21 5QX.  www.sorepawsveterinaryclinic.co.uk.