Beaumont Veterinary Centre31 Main Road,
- Beaumont Veterinary Centre is the only true mixed practice in Exeter.
- We are accredited under The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Practice Standards Scheme.
- 24 hour Emergency Service.
- Membership of Senior Pet Health Scheme, giving specific free clinics.
- Offering the latest anaesthetic facilities with full electronic monitoring.
5 Stars - 11-03-2017 - Willow
Thank you for helping Willow - you saved her life
5 Stars - 10-03-2017 - nancy
highly recommend this surgery my dog was happy to return for a check up after keyhole surgery thank you very much clive and team
5 Stars - 25-08-2016 - Clare
I cannot say enough good things about this procedure. Having had a staffie spayed (the old fashioned way) seven years ago at another vets i was dreading going through this again. Dealing with the long recovery time,the huge scar and watching her struggle,lie in her bed for the first five days staring at me and making me feeling guilty like only your dog can do. Luckily Clive and Beaumont vets perform endoscopic spays so we wanted to try this procedure The compairison was bringing my bulldog home after the operation and her coming up to me three hours later and wanting to play with her ball. Taking her out for a small walk on the lead the same day. Next day her being back to her hectic self and me being the one to limit her to lead walks for a week as opposed to her struggling to move for five days. Now a month later i have to search for the two tiny scars because you cannot see them. Really happy and would never go back to the old way off spaying, just to have you dog back to normal in such a reduced time is amazing.
5 Stars - 17-05-2016 - Kimberley
This clinic is absolutely amazing . Every one there are helpful and friendly . They take great care for your animals . Would recommend to anyone . A warm and welcoming vets.
5 Stars - 08-12-2015 - Andy
Joined this vets with my puppy Bulldog and went to the puppy party they host for all new puppies, it was a great way for our puppy to be introduced to the vets and other puppies to play and socialise with as well as great information on training and raising puppies. We had to visit them 3 times, once a emergency and they were fantastic in their treatment and explaintion of why certain symptoms appeared and advice on how to reduce problems arising again. Great to know we have such a good vets only a phone call away.
1.4 Stars - 23-08-2015 - Billy
5 Stars - 28-05-2015 - Mrs Rosalind Taylor
Over the years we have always taken our cats and dogs to this practice where we have found unfailing kindness care and professionalism even in the very difficult times at the end of our pets lives .
5 Stars - 22-05-2014 - Silverton
We and our pets have been treated wonderfully. There is always a friendly welcome. Even during very hard times everyone tries to ease your burden and your pet is treated professionally and kindly.
5 Stars - 27-04-2014 - john & gill
When Minty became unwell just before Easter we ended up taking him to the surgery at 10pm to see Nick. He was in the next day to start 4 days as an in-patient when he was quickly diagnosed with pancreatitis. The treatment that followed over the Bank holiday was efficient, effective, kindly and with Minty and both of us at the forefront at all times. We were so pleased at the patient, unhurried, friendly and complete manner in which he and we were treated. Mr Pope. Mr Lloyd and the whole team were wonderful with full after-care and even thorough dietary advice and the handling of the Insurance claim thrown in. We would certainly recommend them to any pet owners.
5 Stars - 07-01-2014 - Molly and Pippa
Having spent much time researching the subject of endoscopic (keyhole) spay we thought we would share our experience in case it is of help to others. We have two lovely Whippets Molly and Pippa who are both from the same litter and are now 18mths old. We waited until their first season before having them spayed and as this happened four months apart we have been able to try a traditional method (with our regular vets practice) and an endoscopic method (with Beaumont) and thus are in a fortunate position to comment on the differences we noticed. Molly had the traditional method, Pippa the endoscopic. We noticed that Molly took far longer to come round from the anaesthetic - it was some 10 hours after collecting her from the vets before she really seemed to want to move, drink or eat, Pippa was eating for herself within 4 hours. This maybe down to their different temperaments but may also be related to the amount of anaesthetic needed/duration of the surgery - one for the vet to comment on. Mollys incision being longer v the two small puncture holes on Pippa, meant we had to keep a far closer watch on her to make sure she didn't pull the stitches when stretching etc. Another difference which may in part be down to temperament was the speed at which they were back to their "normal" selves. For Molly this was several days, Pippa was alert and wanting to be active the day after the surgery. However the biggest difference is in the time we were advised to keep each of them on "restricted" activity - Molly was a good two weeks whereas Pippa was just under a week. This last point was a real bonus as trying to keep two energetic, stir crazy girls from running around the house or full on playing with each other or being allowed off the lead was as difficult for us as it was for them. Obviously the scope of the surgery is different and the long term differences (if any) will only be seen over time but both girls have fully recovered with no ill effects - Thanks to both vet practices for their excellent work.