Welcome to Cave Veterinary Specialists
Cave Veterinary Specialists provide expert care for cats and dogs that are referred to us by their own veterinary surgeons. This care is provided by our team of highly trained specialists working in a number of disciplines and supported by a compassionate and skilled nursing team.
We are located on a four acre rural site close to the Somerset market town of Wellington and on the edge of the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Our large, purpose built facilities are within 5 minutes drive of the M5 and we treat patients referred from throughout the United Kingdom.
Our veterinary surgeons are either recognised as specialists by governing professional bodies in Britain and Europe, or have further training in their specialist field. This recognition is only given to vets who have undergone extensive post-graduate training and examination.
We provide referring veterinary surgeons with friendly, approachable, and knowledgeable support from initial advice to case resolution. All patients are seen as our priority and we support their owners though diagnosis and therapy enabling them to make informed choices for their pets.
We are pleased to be able to offer a 10% discount for all Military personnel. Please contact us for further details.
Treatment for Incontinence in Paralysed Dogs
This state-of-the-art treatment is now being offered by Nicolas Granger, see here for more information...
Vagal Nerve Stimulation for Epilepsy
We are pleased to offer a new treatment at Cave Veterinary Specialists for dogs affected by refractory epilepsy see here for more information ...
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August Case of the Month
Friday 11th August 2017
Neurology service update
Monday 24th July 2017
A new treatment offered by our Neurology Department
Monday 26th June 2017
OUR NEW KENNELS ARE NOW OPEN
Thursday 15th June 2017
Two new CPD's with Tom Cave. The best options for Managing Canine Lymphoma and Mast Cell Tumours in Practice
Thursday 25th May 2017