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  • City Vets in Exeter, Devon
  • City Vets in Exeter, Devon

    CityVets in Exeter – one stop shop for your pet’s health

CityVets Exeter – Your Pets, Our Passion

At City Vets Exeter we are proud to provide our clients and their pets with the highest quality, professional and caring service.

nurse dogAt City Vets Exeter, we devote the time and resources necessary, to plan and instigate an affordable treatment plan that is most appropriate for the individual animal and their owner.

Excellent communication and client trust is a very important part of this process enabling us to make decisions together.

We always aim to provide the best value veterinary care for our clients.

City Vets Exeter has four surgeries, conveniently located across the City of Exeter – Alphington, St Thomas, Heavitree and Whipton – all with excellent parking.

Each surgery is accredited by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS).

Our Alphington and St Thomas surgeries are also proud to be accredited at Silver Level as Cat Friendly Clinics by the International Society of Feline Medicine.

Additionally, St Thomas have the Silver Rabbit Welfare Association & Fund Standard (RWAF) and Heavitree is a Gold Standard RWAF practice.

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Services available from CityVets

CityVets Exeter is a one stop shop for your pet’s health. As well as providing an extensive range of pet services listed below, we also have a full range of pet products available in our pet store which offers tremendous value for money.

We have 4 busy locations across the Exeter and Devon area:

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Why Choose CityVets?

Four Surgeries Across Exeter

We are an exclusively small animal Veterinary Practice with four independent surgeries run by their own teams of experienced Vets, qualified veterinary nurses, trainees and support staff. The surgeries are conveniently located across the City of Exeter in Heavitree, Alphington, St Thomas, and Whipton.

RCVS Accredited

Our four surgeries are Royal College accredited. Heavitree, St Thomas and Alphington are fully equipped for all routine medical and surgical procedures.

State of the Art Facilities

Our surgeries at Heavitree and St Thomas also serve as our specialist internal referral surgery, being staffed by highly experienced vets and supported by ‘consultant’ vets qualified in a speciality.

These surgeries are equipped with comprehensive practice laboratories and the latest state of the art imaging, monitoring, diagnostic and surgical equipment. Intensive care and 24 hour monitoring of very sick animals is available at our Heavitree hospital.

Expertly Staffed

We have very experienced vets in house with the support of our consultant specialists in Cardiology (Hearts), Opthalmology (Eyes). We also have veterinary experts in Imaging (Ultrasound and X-ray), behaviour and our own veterinary Physiotherapist / rehabilitation expert. We are therefore very well staffed and equipped to expertly deal the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of the more complex medical and surgical cases and emergencies, as well as the routine cuts, sore ears, itchy skins etc.

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  • Alphington | 12 Lovelace Gardens,
    Exeter, Devon,
    EX2 8XQ
    | T: 01392 493999 |
  • Heavitree | Rosary House,
    27 Fore Street,
    Heavitree, Exeter,
    EX1 2QJ
    | T: 01392 250066 |
  • St Thomas | 101 Buddle Lane,
    St Thomas,
    Exeter, Devon,
    EX4 1QS
    | T: 01392 250000 |
  • Whipton | 46 Whipton Village Road,
    EX4 8AW
    | T: 01392 465553 |