In response to the latest government guidelines we are now only open for patients for that need essential care to avoid unnecessary suffering or maintain animal welfare. In order to help you understand the best way to look after your pet please review the below Q&A
What conditions constitutes an emergency needing immediate care?
If any of the below are occurring contact us IMMEDIATELY so we can direct you to your nearest open practice.
· Breathing difficulties
· Open wound injuries
· Trauma (e.g. car accidents)
· Male cats struggling in the litter tray to pass urine
· Rabbits neglecting food
· Swallowing hazards ie.toys/ clothes etc
· Ingestion of poison/harmful substances
· Eye problems
· Vomiting or diarrhoea especially if your pet appears quiet or depressed or if it is going on for a long time (more than 24 hours)
· Swollen abdomen or retching (especially large dogs)
· Loss of thirst & appetite
· Struggling to give birth
If the advice is to come into practice please follow the advice on the EMERGENCY VISITS
I am concerned about my pet’s health in general but I do not think it is an emergency?
To respect social distancing rules we are replacing our standard consultation service with video and telephone consultations. Please contact the practice to arrange an appointment. We also have a advice on Video and telephone consultations here https://youtu.be/oWUvNjHOf0I
Can I bring my pet in for an INITIAL VACCINATION COURSE?
A vaccination is not deemed as an emergency and we will not be offering initial vaccination courses. If you have a puppy, we recommend that they are kept inside and not exposed to other dogs. You should book a vaccination course as soon as possible after normal service resumes.
We will review this and provide a further update if the government extends the initial three weeks of enhanced measures to slow the spread of the virus.
Can I bring my pet in for its ANNUAL VACCINATION BOOSTER?
We can postpone this vaccine for up to 3 months after the due date without requiring a restart. In these exceptional times we ask that you delay the booster until up to a maximum 3 months after the due date.
Can I bring in my pet my for a HEALTH CHECK?
Not at this moment in time because this is not deemed critical. However, depending on availability, we may be able to conduct a health check via a video or telephone consultation. Please ask the practice for further information.
Can I bring my pet in for NAIL CLIPS? Or to have their ANAL GLANDS expressed?
This should be postponed if you your pet is not in any danger of feeling discomfort. If you are uncertain whether this is the case please arrange a video consultation or telephone consultation with the vet or the nurse.
How can I get my FLEA, WORM, TICK and FLYSTRIKE treatments?
It is important that you continue to give your pet the appropriate treatments. We are looking at ways of getting these to clients who are due them and postal / delivery services may be an option. Please contact us to make suitable arrangements.
Or REPEAT FOOD and MEDICATIONS?
It is important that you continue to give your pet the appropriate food and medication. We are looking at ways of getting these to clients who are due them and postal / delivery services may be an option. Please contact us to make suitable arrangements.
Can my pet still have ELECTIVE OPERATIONS such as Neutering and Lumps removals?
These operations are not deemed to be critical during these extraordinary times and we therefore ask that you postpone these procedures until government guidelines on social distancing changes.
What about ULTRASOUNDS and BLOOD TESTS?
The practice can deem whether this would be critical or not – please contact them to understand more.
The above still hasn’t answered my question?
Please contact us directly
Beaumont Vets Exeter
Welcome to Beaumont Vets, a vet practice based in Exeter. We pride ourselves on the services we offer and the facilities we have available at our clinic. We strive to achieve the highest standards of care through compassion, ethical awareness, dedication, conscientiousness and teamwork applied equally to patients, clients and members of staff. Your pet is as important to us as it is to you.
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My cocker spaniel underwent a endoscopic spey procedure here, as our normal vet practice do not offer this procedure. I have found all the staff to be polite and friendly , and happy to answer any questions that I had . I am so glad that we chose this practise, Molly was well cared for , and was back to her normal self by the following morning. We were given lots of advice for her aftercare and told we could phone if we were worried . I wish that we lived closer and could come here all the time.
Clive and his dedicated team of professionals have never let us down. We joined the practice over 15 years ago following a few bad visits to another Exeter Vets practice. The level of care received at this practice is exceptional. We have recently had to say good bye to our beloved dog. I was dreading it, but Clive and his team made it so easy. They were so professional and caring. I am truly grateful for the compassionate care that we have received over the years. Thank you everyone at Beaumont
Exceptionally good and understanding vet practice. They always take the time to listen to my concerns and always take me seriously. I feel like they really do care about my cat. We have been battling high blood pressure in a very old cat for a couple of months now and they have done their absolute best to make sure we do everything we can to give her the best chance without conducting unnecessary tests. Treatment choices are always well explained to me and updates on test results are always given promptly and acted upon. They were also able to see us short notice when my cat collapsed on the Saturday before Christmas and treated us with dignity, respect and compassion at a very difficult crossroads. We were charged at normal in hours rates and seen during Saturday clinic times. Thanks to all the staff for their amazing hard work, understanding and compassion.
Tabi Belither provided an excellent service over the phone on Saturday evening when our cat Hattie came back with her paws and front covered in sticky blue paint. Thanks to the advice Tabi gave us we got Hattie cleaned up with nail varnish remover on the paws and clipping away the hairs and after that she was fine and thankfully we haven't seen a recurrence of the paint problem. I can't see any freshly painted blue fences in the neighbourhood so the cause is a bit of a mystery but we're very grateful to Tabi for helping us out of hours and to Beaumont Vets for having such a good service !
Over fifteen years great service, support and snacks on standby for greedy dogs!
The staff here are extremely caring and professional. In particular Ann and Clive have been amazingly supportive to both me and the animals i have taken to them. I particularly like the separate feline waiting area to minimise stress for cats. I would recommend
Worst vet I have ever used. Very rude and unfriendly. Really didn't care about my cat. Avoid avoid avoid!
You are the most caring. Kind and helpful vets I have ever been to. Since joining now all my family comes to you. It's the only vet a I can trust.
Thank you for helping Willow - you saved her life
Where to find us
Beaumont Vets For 24 hrs veterinary care
Telephone 01392 460300
31 Main Road Pinhoe Exeter EX4 9EY
Monday – Friday: 8:30 – 6:30 Saturday: 8:00 – 12:30 Consultations are by appointment and are generally held between the following times: Monday to Friday: 9:30 am to 11:00 am & 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm & 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm Saturday: 8:30 am to 12:00 pm.