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Welcome to White Lodge Vets, the veterinary surgery in Exmouth town centre, Devon. Our clinic has been run by Linda Salmon B. Vet.Med., M.R.C.V.S. and colleagues since November 2007 and serves Exmouth, Budleigh Salterton, Lympstone, Woodbury, Clyst St Mary, Clyst St George, Topsham and surrounding areas.
We provide expert veterinary care for your dog, cat, rabbit, guinea pig, rat, mouse, gerbil, hamster, tortoise, parrot or other companion animal.
Our independent surgery offers a personalised and caring service for your pet or companion animal.
Our veterinary service consultations are by appointment only.
Exmouth Veterinary Surgeon | White Lodge Veterinary Centre Ltd. | 01395 267928
White Lodge, 207 Exeter Road, Exmouth, Devon EX8 3DZ.
24h / 7 Day Emergency Vet Service
If you need to see a vet urgently, we are a member of the Exonia Veterinary Emergency Services. To access this emergency service, simply phone: 01395 267928, our usual number, and the telephone will be diverted to the new Out-of-Hours Service automatically.
Exonia Veterinary Emergency Service (EVES), EVES Veterinary Hospital, St.David's Station, Exeter, EX4 4NT. www.exoniavets.co.uk
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