Our Surgeries

All of our surgeries are modern, fully equipped and spacious with consulting, operating, X-ray and hospitalisation facilities and and have ample parking. Our main branch at Crewkerne has additional diagnostic and hospitalisation facilities. Please see the facilities page for more information.



01460 66111

Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 8.30am-6.30pm
Saturday 8.30am-1pm

Glynswood Veterinary Centre
TA20 1AF

Get Directions from Google Maps
Email:  chard@kingfishervets.co.uk



01460 72443

Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 8.30am-6.30pm
Saturday 8.30am-11am

Crewkerne Veterinary Centre
TA18 8EQ

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Email: crewkerne@kingfishervets.co.uk



01935 825199

Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 8.30am-6.30pm
Saturday 8.30am-1pm

Martock Veterinary Centre
TA12 6HB

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Email: martock@kingfishervets.co.uk



01823 327272

Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 8.30am-6.30pm
Saturday 10.30am-1pm

South Road Veterinary Centre

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Email:  taunton@kingfishervets.co.uk

For any queries, advice or to make an appointment please phone during opening hours.
Outside of these hours our 24 hour emergency service can be reached by phoning any of the surgery numbers.

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October 12th, 2016|Comments Off on FIREWORK PHOBIAS?

It’s that time of year again! Fireworks will start soon and may easily continue into the new year. This can be a scary time for cats and dogs. There are a few things you can do to help make life a little easier and stress free for them when the scary bangs start:

Take dogs for a nice long walk during daylight hours.

Keep cats in on nights you think there might be fireworks nearby. Remember to provide a litter tray if they are not normally house cats!

Close curtains and provide constant, low background noise, such as a TV or radio.

Stick to your normal routine and do not pay your pet any extra attention.

Make your pet a den filled with their blankets and toys where they can hide away to feel safe. Cats feel safer high up, so a box on a wardrobe is perfect.

Distraction! Play with your pet, or give them an interactive toy that rewards them with treats to keep their mind occupied and off the fireworks!

Do not punish your pet for fearful behaviour, and tempting though it may be, do not comfort them too much either-this will just confirm that there is something to fear.

Buy your calming aids well in advance. The Kingfisher team will be happy to discuss your options, whether its a plug in, a spray, a collar, a Tshirt, a paste or a tablet, there’s something out there to help calm your pet!



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September 14th, 2016|Comments Off on PEACE, LOVE AND RESCUE

Here at Kingfisher vets we wholly support and encourage rescuing pets rather than buying from breeders where possible. There are thousands of dogs, cats and small pets just waiting for the right home which may just be your perfect companion. Animal sanctuary’s get full to the brim, often because people over-breed or simply fail to neuter their pet, leading to umpteen homeless animals. Somerset animal include:





They have lots of animals, from dogs to chickens, guinea pigs to parrots. If you’re thinking of a new four legged family member make a rescue centre the first place you look!