How can we help your pets?

We have an experienced team of vets and modern facilities which include a full range of clinical services.

  • Emergency Services
  • Routine Services
  • Clinical Services
  • Specialist Services

Emergency Services

We're here for you at all hours!

If your pet has an emergency during our normal opening hours, please call the practice and we will advise you what to do next.

Out of Hours

24 hours emergency care is available when we are closed by calling 01278 450080.

Our Out of hours service is supplied by Somerset Veterinary Emergency Clinic.

You can find their surgery at the following address:

Quantock Veterinary Hospital
Quantock Terrace
The Drove
Somerset TA6 4BA

Routine Services

Preventative services include vaccination, neutering, microchipping, worm, flea and tick treatments. We can also undertake the necessary treatments to allow you pet to have a Pet Travel Passport.

We also provide nurse clinics, where our nurses can help you with a range of services, including:

  • Dental checks
  • Weight checks
  • Post-op checks and stitch removal
  • Blood pressure checks
  • Nail clips
  • Puppy, kitten and rabbit checks
  • Worming and flea advice
  • Training and behaviour advice

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Clinical Services

We have a range of up-to-date diagnostic and surgical apparatus, allowing us to offer the following clinical services and tests:

  • Keyhole surgery (laparoscopy)
  • Dentistry
  • X-rays
  • Endoscopy
  • Glaucoma testing
  • Hip and elbow testing
  • Surgery
  • Ultrasound scans

Benefits of keyhole surgery?

The benefits of keyhole surgery (as opposed to conventional open surgery) include:

  • Reduced pain
  • Faster recovery
  • Small surgical wounds
  • Less scarring
  • Fewer post-operative complications (i.e. wound infection)

Keyhole spays can usually be done in any dog over 5 kg.

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Specialist Services


Jim Carter is a specialist in veterinary ophthalmology and will be running clinics every other Monday morning at our Bridgwater surgery from January 2019. Visit to find out more. 


Acupuncture is used predominately for musculoskeletal disorders and chronic pain in animals i.e. arthritis, back and neck pain, hip dysplasia, and sprains and strains. Ali Webber, a qualified veterinary surgeon and member of the Association of British Veterinary Acupuncturists, visits our surgery regularly by appointment. 


We can refer your pet to Tip Top Hydrotherapy. Hydrotherapy can be very valuable in bringing pets back to fitness after surgery, for pets with on-going medical or mobility problems, for obese or elderly dogs and for competition or working dog fitness. Visit to find out more.

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