We provide a comprehensive veterinary service to Clevedon, Winscombe and the surrounding areas of North Somerset. One of our most important policies is that only one vet deals with a particularproblem all the way through to its conclusion. This gives good continuity which benefits you and your pets and the vet dealing with the case. We treat all pet species including dogs and cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, and other small furries and exotics.
Wellpets Animal Hospitals provide professional, dedicated veterinary care to achieve the highest standards of practice. Our highly specialised small animal hospitals are located in North Kent, NorthSomerset, Yeovil and Yetminster. Our surgeries feature extensive hospital facilities and diagnostic equipment.
We aim to offer the best possible care to our clients and their pets. Our recently improved facilities enable us to provide an increasingly good standard of care. Clarendon Veterinary Centre isaccredited by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, and is regularly inspected to ensure that the high standards expected are maintained.
At Orchard Veterinary Group our motto is simple - patients are our top priority. Everything, from continuous staff training to our specialist equipment and premises, is underpinned by this principle.Of course, we appreciate that this level of care comes at a premium; like everything else in this world, when it comes to veterinary services, you get what you pay for. We also know that responsible ownership means careful budgeting to obtain the best for our pets.
Axe Valley Veterinary Practice was founded in the Wedmore area in the 1950's moving to its present location in Blackford within the 1970's. We pride ourselves on our dedication to serving the localcommunity in a friendly, personal and flexible way. Over the years we have expanded to cover a wide area of Somerset from Blagdon to Bridgwater with branch surgeries at Cheddar, Wells, and Woolavington. We are a true mixed veterinary practice, dealing with all species of domestic and farm animals.
We are a long-established, independent companion animal practice located in Street, Somerset. Our foremost purpose is the care of animals entrusted to us. All our patients are seen as individuals andtheir long term welfare is our principal objective. Our staff are specially selected with this in mind. We offer a quality service at competitive prices in a modern and friendly atmosphere. A warm welcome awaits you and your pet and we pride ourselves on an individual, personal service.
Now Spring is in the air and your pets are happier to get out and about, ensure to get your pets covered with the correct flea and worm treatment. Call us now to arrange your free nurse clinic if youare unsure what is the best product for your pet. We are an exclusive small animal practice operating from three practices; Stratford Road Salisbury (our main centre), Flower Lane Amesbury and West Street Wilton.
Natures Vet community surgeries guarantee a warm and friendly welcome from local vets ready to offer a comprehensive range of traditional, high quality veterinary services at affordable prices.Natures Vet has a branch surgery in Bath as well as a main practice in Paulton where we offer a full range of surgical and diagnostic facilities. As well as conventional care, Natures Vet also offers acupuncture for pets.
At Shepton Veterinary Group we recognise how important your pet is and strive to treat them in the same way as we do our own. Founded in 1921 we are a well established practice and our team ofreceptionists, nurses and vets serve the community in a professional and friendly manner.
Highcroft has been practising in Hailsham since the 1940s and has been run by the current Director and Senior Veterinary Surgeon, Peter Stotesbury, since 1994. We continue to treat farm animals andequines as well as domestic pets and exotics from our main surgery at Hailsham and our branch surgery at Polegate. We are a team of four veterinary surgeons and nine veterinary nurses as well as a Practice Manager, three client care managers and two administrators.