We are a five vet, Equine-only practice with a 30 year history of care in the Southwest. Our main site is a newly purpose built equine clinic on the
the Exe Estuary near Exeter. We also work from branch surgeries near Okehampton and Newton Abbot.
- At our main Exeter site we have full surgical facilities with modern anaesthetic monitoring equipment and in patient facilities with round the clock nursing
- We have invested in advanced equipment for the evaluation and treatment of lameness, back pain and poor performance in the equine athlete. We also offer
range of medical and diagnostic services and routine healthcare plans.
- We work closely with professionals in other fields to provide a holistic approach to equine healthcare. Physiotherapy, remedial farriery and saddle assessment
available at the practice.
Petplan Veterinary Awards 2016 Nomination
Christmas Equine Fair
- Flat rate visit charge of £25 plus VAT.
- £10 off fee for routine dental treatment if carried out at the same time as vaccination.
- £10 off fee of each routine dental treatment if 3 or more routine dental treatments are carried out at the same yard on the same visit.
- Competitive vaccine prices with low cost (£20) optional routine examination including free worm egg count.
- £5 off each vaccination if 4 or more horses are vaccinated at the same yard on the same visit.
- Free second vaccination of vaccination course (subject to certain conditions. Contact the practice for more details).
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