May 2015 - Jurassic Vets is officially Sidmouth's highest standard of veterinary practice!
We are delighted to announce that the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons has recognised Jurassic Vets as providing Sidmouth's highest standard of veterinary care!
Jurassic Vets recently underwent a rigorous five-hour inspection by Dr Ean Garner-Richardson of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, and on May 8th, we received the remarkable news – we've been awarded the prestigious status of 'RCVS-accredited Small Animal General Practice', the highest level of accreditation ever awarded to any vet in Sidmouth.
We passionately believe that every pet in the Sidmouth area should have access to veterinary care of the very highest quality, and are proud to have been recognised as the only practice in town able to offer care for pets at such a high standard. We would like to thank our staff, our clients and their wonderful pets for being part of the remarkable story of Jurassic Vets – Sidmouth's very highest standard of veterinary care.
Jurassic Vets in Sidmouth is the vet your pet would choose!
Jurassic Vets is the result of popular local vet Peter Martin's vision for a brand new independent veterinary practice for Sidmouth's pets – one that combines a gentle, caring and friendly atmosphere with the very highest standards of medical and surgical care for pets, backed up by outstanding new facilities and equipment.
With free parking available right beside the premises in the Lidl car park, accessibility is easy, and Jurassic Vets has also won praise for having a 24-7 emergency service run by it's own expert vets, meaning that clients never have to travel to another practice for emergency care.
You can register your pets with us for free, straight away! Simply register online now to keep your pets safe and healthy with Jurassic Vets, including access to our in-house emergency service at nights and weekends.
If you're worried about your pet, but not sure if you should call a vet, why not try our free online Pet Health Checker for advice?
- Dr Peter Martin BVSc MRCVS (Bristol University)
- Sarah Jayne Edwards BVetMed MRCVS (Royal Veterinary College)
Its apparently the hottest day of the year today. Keep your pets well hydrated, and out of the direct sun light. Gromit here is very sleepy today but relaxed in our nice air conditioned waiting room.View on Facebook
So what are your pets planning to do with their 'extra second' tonight? Pi's decided he's going to get a couple of extra squeaks out of his toy. I've decided to put my earplugs in and get an extra second of sleep!View on Facebook