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.

CHARD

chard

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

CREWKERNE

crewkerne

01460 72443

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

Crewkerne Veterinary Centre
TA18 8EQ

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

MARTOCK

martock

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

TAUNTON

taunton

01823 327272

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

South Road Veterinary Centre
TA1 3BQ

Get Directions from Google Maps
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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Please be aware of Antifreeze Poisoning

November 24th, 2014|Comments Off on Please be aware of Antifreeze Poisoning

Antifreeze (any product containing ethylene glycol) is EXTREMELY toxic to cats and dogs. It’s mostly cats we see affected, it has a sweet taste and they readily lick it off their paws or off the ground under cars. It causes acute kidney failure, we have had two cases already this year, with one sadly dying and one in a critical condition.

Please use antifreeze with care-be careful not to spill, if you do rinse any spillages straight away. Store in securely closed containers out of reach of pets. You can also sign petitions or write to encourage antifreeze manufactures to add a bittering agent to the product to make it less appealing to cats.
Clinical signs include ‘drunkenness’ and lethargy, if you have any suspicion your pet has ingested antifreeze you need to get them to the vet IMMEDIATELY.