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Coombefield Vet Hospital

We are a dedicated small animal veterinary practice with branches in Axminster and Seaton

19.7.21 - Telephone issues

We are unable to receive or make phone calls. Our phone lines have been diverted to one mobile phone, so please be patient with us if you are trying to call through. There seems to be a problem with our telephone unit, and we require an engineer to come fix the issue. 

If your appointment is not urgent, please consider emailing us at reception@axvets.co.uk or messaging us on Facebook.

If your animal has a true life threatening emergency, please don't try and phone us, please just turn up at the Axminster hospital. We are here, there is ALWAYS someone on site.

Please bear with us during this difficult time. We are sorry for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience. 

Client Notice: From July 19th

  • At Coombefield Veterinary Hospital we politely ask that you continue to wear a face covering within the building (please make a member of staff aware if you are exempt).
  • We also ask that clients remain socially distanced whilst in the building.

As a practice we see many clients every day, which increases our risk of coming into contact with COVID-19.

Many of our staff are not yet double vaccinated and the need to self-isolate will dramatically affect our ability to provide veterinary services to our patients.

We thank you for your understanding and ongoing cooperation, allowing us to remain open for your pet’s needs during this time,

All the staff at Coombefield.

We are a dedicated small animal veterinary practice in Axminster with a small branch in Seaton

Run by friendly small animal vets who care about you and your pets. We are all pet owners ourselves and know what its like to have your furry (or scaly) friends as part of the family. It can be stressful for everyone when your pet is under the weather, and that is why our goal is to always offer the very best treatment to your pet to get them back on their feet as quickly as possible.

We are now proud sponsors of Yellow Dog UK. A yellow ribbon or some other yellow indicator on a dogs leash means 'this dog needs space'.

There are many reasons a dog may need space. They could be:

  • A pup in training
  • In season
  • Unwell
  • Old and grumpy
  • Post-op
  • Nervous

Please maintain a respectful distance or give this dog and their owner time to move out of your way.