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,

Furnham Road, Chard
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

Tower Hill Road, Crewkerne
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

Stapleton Road, Martock
TA12 6HH

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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

Mountfields Road, Taunton

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.

Latest News


November 21st, 2017|Comments Off on THE CAT WHO FORGOT HER GREEN CROSS CODE

Nugget VonMewalot belongs to Kylie, head nurse at our Taunton branch. A few weeks ago she was hit by a car near her home in Yarcombe. Luckily a member of the public saw it happen and picked Nugget up. The lady rang her own vets but because it was late in the evening the local branch was closed and they asked her to bring her to their branch in mid Devon, around 45 minutes away. Nugget was seen immediately and given emergency first aid.
Because Nugget had a microchip the vets were able to call Kylie straight away, and she was home the following morning (although she did require further treatment at Kingfisher, she was lucky to escape with just a fractured jaw)
This story shows just how easily cats can get far from home, and just how important microchips are in getting them reunited.
It is law to have your dog microchipped, but just as important to chip your cat too! Even if you think your cat wouldn’t go far you never know, we’ve had stories of cats getting into the back of delivery vehicles and all sorts!
Microchipping is quick, easy and cheap. Its no more painful than a routine injection and once there it’s there for life. It is very often the difference between getting a lost pet back or not. We do rabbits and tortoises too!


October 21st, 2017|Comments Off on FIREWORK PHOBIC PET?

The fireworks seem to have already started, and you can be sure they will be appearing randomly from now until the new year. Treating a noise phobic pet is a long term job, with the quieter parts of the year used to desensitise them to the problem using routines and sound therapy and trailing remedies to find the one that best suits your pet. Many anti-anxiety treatments are best started well in advance, so give us a call to see how we can help today!

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