Delaware Vets Opening Hours: Mon – Fri 8.30am – 6.30pm Sat 8.30am – 12.30pm
Emergency Vet: Out of hours please call either Yeovil: 01935 474690 or Castle Cary: 01963 350307
Small Animal Customers
SPONSORED DOG WALK
Saturday 17th June 2017 at 2.00pm
Two separate routes for the Castle Cary & Yeovil Surgeries
Refreshments provided at both surgeries, where bandanas and certificates will be awarded.
Start Stomping in..
Starting line: Castle Cary Surgery on Torbay Road
Finish line: Castle Cary Surgery on Torbay Road
All proceeds will be donated to Forever Hounds Trust
Starting line: Ninesprings Café
Finish line: Yeovil Surgery on Hendford Hill
All proceeds will be donated to Canine Partners
Welcome to Delaware Vets
Dedicated to Excellence in Animal Care for Over 100 Years
You will find Delaware Veterinary Group branches in Castle Cary and Yeovil. The purpose-built premises were opened in Castle Cary on a green field site in July 1999 with facilities for companion, equine and farm animals. The surgery in Yeovil was established in 1979 on Hendford Hill and has been expanded to meet the demands of the Veterinary Practice well into the millennium.
Delaware Vets are a large, mixed veterinary practice in Somerset. We are currently have over 20 Veterinary Surgeons, each with their own specialist areas of discipline (Small animal, Equine and Farm). We can therefore provide a comprehensive service for the majority of species, combined with the depth of experience and innovation that is essential for the most challenging veterinary problems.
We are hiring!
Delaware are looking for a new Veterinary Nurse in Yeovil, take a look at our job listing to find out more.
For more information about any of our services please call your nearest practice.
Castle Cary on 01963 350307 or Yeovil on 01935 474690 or click the button below to send us a message now.
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