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Ear problems are commonly seen in veterinary practice and can be painful and uncomfortable for your pets. Take a look at this presentation which explains about ear problems and the structure of your pets ears.


It’s time for our latest newsletter, have a look below at our Spring Companion Animal Newsletter, with information on cat neutering, fledgling birds and our new You Tube Channel.


*COVID-19 UPDATE*We have had new guidance from the BVA, and there have been some changes in what we can offer clients. We are now able to complete puppy & kitten primary course vaccinations as well as first year boosters. In addition, when dogs require the Leptospirosis part of their booster, this too can be administered. We can also microchip puppies when they are having their … Continue reading Covid 19 Update To Services. »


During these unprecedented times of COVID 19 we want to ensure our patients receive any medications or feeds which are required. We also want to maintain the safety of our staff and clients. So we have introduced a temporary delivery service, within a 5 mile radius of Crediton every afternoon between 3-5pm.


*COVID-19 UPDATE*In our continuing effort to ensure the safety of pets, customers and staff, we would encourage customers to take the following into consideration: • If your pet is on regular medication, please ensure you pre-order (preferably 48hrs notice) and ideally pay with a debit/credit card over the phone. This will ensure customers spend a minimal amount of time in the surgery.• When collecting medication, … Continue reading Covid 19 Update. »


This is an interesting info-graphic from Canine Arthritis Management. Personally I have never liked ball throwing for dogs, but that has been due to the number of dogs I have seen rushed in as emergencies for having the ball lodged at the back of their throats, and effectively suffocating. But this has made me think in a whole new way about ball games. I especially … Continue reading Ball Chasing »


We hope everyone enjoyed their Christmas, and had a safe time. Here is out Winter Companion Animal Newsletter, where we focus on parasite control and the use of probiotics.


We are running a Children Christmas competition, where we are asking children to write a letter to Santa from their pet. They need to let us know what their pet would like for Christmas and what their pet has done to be good this year. The winning entries will receive a festive toy. Simply make a santa list either by printing the one attached or … Continue reading Letter To Santa »


Come and join us for a FREE evening of handy tips and information regarding Arthritis and your pets. We will discuss causes, what is arthritis, common but maybe subtle signs and treatments (not just medications.) The event is being held on Thursday 11th April 2019 at 6.30pm at the new Mole Avon store in Crediton. We hope to see lots of you there.


Ted arrived at the surgery early one morning, at the end of October. His owners had been out walking him early before work, when he had run off chasing a deer. He had disappeared for over 30 minutes and when his owners found him he was collapsed and bleeding severely. They loaded him into their car and phoned the emergency service to say they were … Continue reading Ted’s Braveheart »