As you’d expect, we offer a complete range of treatments to help keep your pet in great shape, or get them back on track if they’ve been unwell. We’ve invested in the latest equipment to ensure we can provide you with a wide range of treatments options. These include…


CT Scanner

Our brand new CT Scanner has just been installed at Endsleigh, our newest clinic right next door to Endsleigh Garden Centre! With this state of the art technology, we are now able to offer high-quality, high-detail 3-dimensional images in practice, without the need to refer your pet. Click here to find out more.


Out of Hours Care

South Moor Vets is proud to provide all of its own 24 hour emergency cover. Once our clinics are closed, you can still contact us to receive emergency care for your animals. We’re dedicated to the needs of your animals 24 hours a day, and we think this makes us different to many other practices out there. Click here to find out more.


Digital Radiography

Our high quality modern digital radiography systems allow us to quickly obtain excellent definition radiographs of patients, reducing anaesthesia times and improving our ability to diagnose illness. Click here to find out more.


We have modern ultrasound machines at each of our branches. These allow for noninvasive diagnosis of many common (and uncommon!) problems, usually without the need for anaesthesia. Ultrasound is a painless procedure and is tolerated well by most animals.

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In-house laboratory facilities

We have an extensive range of laboratory equipment that allows us to process blood tests in a matter of minutes, which is vital for emergency cases, and means we can give you an answer the same day as your consultation. Some more advanced tests are still sent to an external laboratory and these results are usually available the next working day. Click here to find out more.



We have a high quality endoscope available. This is a camera that we can use to visualise and access the oesophagus, stomach, intestines and airways without the need for surgery. It is very useful for taking intestinal biopsies in a safe manner, and can often be used to retrieve foreign bodies that have been accidentally swallowed by greedy pets! Click here to find out more.



We exclusively use modern anaesthetic practices and drugs, and every animal under anaesthesia is continuously monitored by a nurse using top of the range monitoring equipment to ensure the safety of your pets while they undergo surgery. Click here to find out more.

Advanced surgical facilities

We have a wide range of surgical equipment, which allows us to perform advanced orthopaedic and soft tissue procedures including fracture repair, limb deformity correction, TTA surgery for cruciate ligament rupture and surgical treatment of brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome (BOAS). Our vet Will has obtained a Postgraduate certificate of Small animal surgery and is expanding our surgical capabilities all the time. We work closely with local specialist practices to arrange referral for any cases that we are unable to deal with ourselves.


For dogs we recommend core vaccination for Distemper, Hepatitis, and Parvovirus every 3 years and Leptospirosis yearly. For cats we recommend yearly boosters for cat flu and enteritis, and feline leukaemia for cats going outside or in breeding facilities. All animals are given a full clinical examination and health check at the time of vaccination.

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Titre Testing

If you would like your animal titre tested as an alternative to vaccination, we are happy to offer this service. It involves a blood sample which we can either test in-house or send to an external laboratory. If you would like titre testing performed then please mention this at the time you book your appointment. Click here to find out more.


Senior Clinics

Our nursing team offer free senior consultations where they will discuss the specific needs of your elderly cat or dog and assess them for signs of common problems such as kidney disease, hyperthyroidism and high blood pressure. Click here for more information.

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Weight Clinics

Our nursing team offer free weight clinics for any cats or dogs that are carrying a few extra pounds. If your pet is overweight our nurses can help with advice about how to help them lose weight (and keep it off), and which foods are best for your pets. Click here to find out more.

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Pet Passports and Travel Advice

Our vets are able to provide you with passports for your pet if you wish to travel abroad with them, as well as advise you about the necessary requirements for foreign travel. The minimum requirements for a passport are that your pet must be microchipped and have had a rabies vaccination. Click here to find out more.

Pregnancy Scans

Each of our branches has a modern high-definition ultrasound scanner which allows accurate pregnancy diagnosis from 5 weeks after mating. The vet performing the scan will also give you detailed advice about how to care for your pet during their pregnancy and what to do at the time of birth.

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We offer acupuncture as a complementary therapy for dogs with chronic pain, muscle problems or as part of post-operative rehabilitation. Animals must be seen by a vet before treatment to discuss their current health and any issues that may need attention. Click here to find out more about this treatment.

Cat Only Clinic

We understand that for some cats coming to the vets can be a really scary experience – for example, trying to get your cat into their carrier, the car journey in to the vets, a waiting room full of curious & noisy dogs, and unfamiliar surroundings. To help your feline friend feel less stressed about coming to the vets, our Kingsbridge branch is now holding cat only clinics on a Tuesday and Thursday for an hour.

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Brachycephalic Breeds

BOAS is a term used to describe the breathing problems dogs encounter associated with the extreme brachycephalic (shortened skull or flat faced) anatomy of many Pugs, English and French Bulldogs and Boston Terriers, as well as less commonly in Shih Tzus, Boxers and Persian cats. Click here to find out more.

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