Useful Websites

Please find below some useful local links, if you require any assistance or advice please contact us on one the numbers above.

The APBC is an international network of experienced and qualified pet behaviour counsellors, who, on referral from veterinary surgeons, treat behaviour problems in dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, horses and other pets.
The Association of Pet Dog Trainers was founded in 1995 by John Fisher to offer pet dog owners a guarantee of quality when looking for a puppy and dog training classes.
A useful site if anyone is considering a career as a veterinary nurse.
Please find a link to our friends at Cat Protection Exeter.
Look here for information about taking you pet on holiday in Europe.
Devon Dogs is a small family-run business with a passion for dogs and a passion for Devon. They currently operate in and around Exeter and their central focus is agility, the fastest growing sport in the dog world. They also now cater for obedience 4 agility, puppy socialisation, puppy foundation agility and pet obedience.
This is the website for dog behaviourist Sally Jones, and dog trainer Leanne Smith. Sally is a member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers and of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors. Leanne holds the COAPE Advanced Diploma in Practical Aspects of Companion Animal Behaviour and Training, and is a member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers.
Evolution Reptiles - Reptile supplies comapany
Exotics pet and reptile Sales
Whether it is Exeter Dog Walking, Exeter Cat Sitting or Exeter Small Animal Care, Exeter Pet sitters offer a professional pet sitting alternative to traditional boarding or using friends or family.
Greyhound Rescue West of England (GRWE) is the leading greyhound rescue charity in England and Wales independent of the greyhound racing industry. They are dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of abused and abandoned greyhounds and lurchers.
Although this is a bit of a mouthful, if you wish to find out some of the technical details of veterinary medicines we use, then this is the place to look.
The aims of National Pet Month are to: promote responsible pet ownership, make people aware of the benefits of pets for people and people for pets, increase public awareness of services available from professionals who work with animals, raise awareness of the role, value and contribution to society of working companion animals
This a charity set up by the veterinary profession to help fund research into animal disease.
Formerly the House Rabbit Association. This is a useful link to find information about pet rabbits.
This is the regulatory body for the veterinary profession and you can find information here about the Practice Standards Scheme, of which we are a Tier 2 practice. Anyone wanting to become a vet or vet nurse would also find this site useful.
We're the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) and we've been here, looking out for animals, since 1824.
Works with animals and people, offering complimentary treatments such as Reiki, life balancing and work with crystals.
The Dogs Trust exists to care for the pets of people in need. We provide veterinary services to their sick and injured animals and promote responsible pet ownership.
CityVets works with the Leading Vet website Veterinary Direct.
This is the regulatory authority controlling the authorisation and supply of veterinary medicines.