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20% Off Neutering of Dogs, Cats and Rabbits

We are pleased to be able to offer 20% off the cost of neutering dogs, cats and rabbits until 31st June 20% 2017. All dogs may require a pre-op check by a vet. Bitches must be mid-way between seasons in order for us to spey them. Female cats must not be feeding kittens, and must be dry of milk in order for us to spey them. Please do contact us to discuss options and to make an appointment.

May 18, 2017

Small Animal Vet Vacancy

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic full-time Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon to join our friendly and supportive team. The job would be based in Totnes, Devon, the land of sandy beaches, and wild moorland. We are a multi-site practice so some travel may be possible. Applicants to send CV to : The Practice Manager, Dart Vale vet. Group, Station Road, Totnes, TQ9 5JR. Emails: manager@dartvale.co.uk

Dec 1, 2016

Vacancy for a Full Time Large Animal Vet

To join our enthusiastic team. Working with Farm Animals and Horses.

Oct 21, 2016

Vacancy for a Full Time Companion Animal Vet

To join our enthusiastic team, working at various sites within our practice. Consulting, and operating.

Oct 21, 2016

Vacancy for Qualified Veterinary Nurse

To join our enthusiastic team, supporting out Vets in their roles.

Oct 21, 2016

The Healthy Pet Club

Save in excess of £200 per year on your pet care. From just £10.99 a month including vaccinations, flea and worming and lots more savings. Join the Healthy Pet Club today and start saving! Ask your vet for details.

Aug 4, 2016

Petplan Insurance

Aug 4, 2016

Chocolate is Poison to Dogs

Please don't share your Chocolate Easter Eggs with your pets. It is not good for them. If you know your dog has eaten a significant amount, ring your vet straight-away, we need to induce sickness as soon as possible after your dog has eaten it.

Mar 26, 2016

Tick born disease babesiosis found in UK for the first time

Babesiosis attacks the blood cells of dogs causing lethargy, weakness, pale gums, red/brown urine and fever, among other symptoms. There have been four cases in Essex. The tick Dermacentor reticulatus acts as a vector for this particular disease, and they have been found in this country before, but never carrying Babesia before. The disease is very serious is left untreated. So far, no dog which has been treated with anti-tick treatment has suffered any symptoms.

Mar 16, 2016

If you find fallen or injured stock on Dartmoor

Dartmoor has a Livestock Protection Officer who is employed and approved by The Commoners Council, she is fully experienced in dealing with all livestock incidents. KARLA McKECHNIE - 07873 587561 In the event of finding a cow, sheep or pony in trouble, or seeing a road traffic accident involving animals on the commons, the contact is Karla McKechnie, the Livestock Protection Officer (mobile 07873 587561). She will be able to contact the appropriate Quarterman. Please make a note of as much information as you can. Ear tag numbers, species, breed, colour. Coloured marks or brands on the animal and also a good description of the location or even a map reference. A car number plate should be noted if a car has hit an animal. The Quartermen are hill farmers who graze stock on the commons so they have a good working knowledge of their local area and will be familiar with the animals’ ownership marks. The owner of the animal can be identified from the coloured marks, ear tags or brands on the body of the animal.

Sep 24, 2015

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