Martock Veterinary Centre, TA12 6HH
01935 825199

Mon-Fri 8.30am-6.30pm
Saturday 8.30am-1pm

Situated at the edge of a small industrial estate on the main road through Martock, our purpose-built surgery here is spacious, modern and well equipped. Our large waiting area allows dogs and cats to wait apart from each other if needed, and there is ample parking outside.

As with all of our surgeries we offer a full consulting, medical and surgical service but for detailed investigations occasionally animals will travel to our main branch at Crewkerne.

Martock Surgery

Martock Surgery


Martock Cat Kennels

Martock Cat Kennels


We have 3 hospitalisation areas at the Martock surgery – one for dogs, another for cats and a third area which can be used for isolation of unvaccinated or potentially infectious animals.

Martock Dog Kennels

Martock Dog Kennels


Our large prep room area is air-conditioned, and also contains our laboratory and X-ray facilities. There are 3 treatment tables, including a tub table which allows us to bathe even quite large animals if needed.

Our operating theatre and 3 hospitalisation areas are all situated around the large prep area so that animals can be closely monitored.

Martock Prep Room

Martock Prep Room

Waiting and consulting

Our large and clean waiting area has a large fishtank to help provide some relaxation whilst you are waiting. Seating at both ends of the long area allow the separation of dogs and cats whilst waiting if needed. 2 consulting rooms are available at all times.

Martock Waiting Room

Martock Waiting Room


Please click here for our diagnostic facilities.


Please click here to find out about our dedicated grooming service, available at the Crewkerne surgery.

Group Picture

Left to Right: Receptionist Viv Baker, head nurse Claire Chedzoy, vet Amy Collins, nurses Sally Bowditch, Jenna Parkes and Abi Julier, receptionist Eleanor Latter

Head Nurse

Claire Chedzoy RVN


Claire qualified in 2005 with BSc (Hons) in Veterinary Nursing and Practice Administration from the University of Bristol.

Claire has spent time working in referral, small and large practices plus 6 months veterinary work in both Kenya and India.

She enjoys most aspects of Veterinary Nursing especially nurse clinics, inpatient care and  overall continually trying to find ways to improve the care we provide.

Claire loves a challenge and in her spare time she has completed several long distance triathlons, bike rides and runs.  More recently caring for her young family, cat and chickens take up a lot of her spare time.