Puppy Classes - 7-8pm Wednesday Evenings
We now offer weekly puppy classes - and the puppies have been having a great time! The classes are run by our Registered Veterinary Nurses to ensure a safe and controlled environment for puppies to learn in. They're an excellent way to receive advice and tips on training from our veterinary team, to meet other puppies and their owners, and to ensure your new puppy is happy and relaxed when they visit the vet in future.
All puppies from the Sidmouth area who have had their first vaccine, are free from coughs and sneezes and who are under 18wks are invited to attend - you don't have to be a Jurassic Vets client. Older puppies may be able to attend - please contact us on 01395 49333 or via Facebook for further information and to book a place.
Jurassic Vets - Compassionate Modern Veterinary Care
Jurassic Vets is the result of popular Sidmouth vet Peter Martin's vision for an independent vets in Sidmouth – one that combines a gentle, caring and friendly atmosphere with outstanding 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 its 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
- Harriet Lewin-Titt BVSc MRCVS
12 Woolbrook Road, Sidmouth, Devon, EX10 9UU
**** UPDATE - Found safe and sound *** We need your help to find this lovely boy who went missing today from Baker Close behind Waitrose. He is microchipped and his owners are very concerned, so if you have any information please call us on 01395 493333.View on Facebook
As the warm weather approaches, please remember to avoid leaving your dog in the car! Some accidents happen when people leave their dog for "just a minute" and are simply distracted for a while. If you see a dog left in a car on a hot day, we recommend contacting the police or RSPCA immediately. http://www.rspca.org.uk/adviceandwelfare/pets/dogs/health/dogsinhotcarsView More