We cater to a wide range of domestic animals and pets from the usual cat, dog and rabbit to smaller pets like hamsters and gerbils. Exotic animals are a speciality of ours so whether you have a cockatoo with a cold or snake that's off his food then Quarry House Vets can help you.
Quarry House Vets has occupied its premises on Teignmouth Road since 1973 and has seen many changes over that time. In October 2005 Marcus Langer, one of the former partners, assumed sole ownership of the practice and has strived ever since to modernise all 3 surgeries and provide the highest quality of service to all of the animals in our care.
Our aim is to provide a friendly, approachable service to our visitors. Our waiting areas have been updated and are light and airy which will hopefully make your visit to the vets more pleasant for you and for your pet.
All our surgeries have a range of Hills Prescription diets and Royal Canin diets, various accessories and a display of Simon Drew products for you to purchase.
Do you live in the TQ12-Newton Abbot or TQ14-Teignmouth area?
If you do and you are eligible for council tax or housing benefit you MAY be eligible for free treatment sponsored by the PDSA. Please note this is a pre-registration scheme encouraging pro-active and responsible pet ownership.
Contact Albany Vets (01626 368000) or St James Vets (01626 773898) for more details.
(Please note this service is NOT available in any other postal code area.)
Our Senior Vet, Marcus Langer, has been providing Veterinary cover for Paignton Zoo and the Living Coasts for the last 20 years, and during that time has developed a degree of skill and experience that few Vets in General Practice can match. Many Vets refer cases to Marcus and clients come from Cornwall and all parts of Devon. He also sees parrots of all sizes. He is now ably assisted by exotics enthusiast Dr Tomasz Lewin MRCVS. Please contact the surgery for advice if you have an exotic pet.
From May 2012 we began a Contract to supply Veterinary Services to the Animals in Distress Rescue Centre in Ipplepen. We operate where possible in a specially-designed veterinary Suite at the Centre, but further- and special- investigations and Hospitalisation of critical patients are carried out at our Torquay Centre. We are able to provide on-site care to the majority of AID inmates, thus ensuring minimal stress and maximum health and welfare. Continued care to these unwanted pets can then be given at our 3 Surgeries once they have been adopted by their new guardians. We are very pleased to be involved with such a professional and dedicated Charity
Please get in touch today- We look forward to meeting you....
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