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2 weeks ago

IMPORTANT MESSAGE:Unfortunately, our phone system was temporarily out of service for a short period of time this morning and incoming phone calls were not being answered. If you tried to phone us during this time and need to speak to us urgently, please phone us again on 01288 354796.We are truly sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

⭐️ Team Tamar would like to wish all of our clients a Happy New Year! We’d like to thank you for your continued support over the last year and we hope you and your pets have a happy and healthy 2022 ⭐️ ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

🐶🐶🙏🏻🙏🏻Thank you!! My owner has come forward and I’m back home!Does anyone recognise this lovely little dog? She was found by the Co-Op in Bude. Unfortunately her ID chip has not been registered so we can’t trace her owners. If anyone can help reunite her with her owner please contact us ASAP ❤️🐶🙏🏻 ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

Happy Christmas Eve ⭐️ We’d love to see photos of your ‘naughty or nice’ pets enjoying themselves at this time of year. 🎄🎅🏼 ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

After helping himself to our Christmas chocolates, Buddy was caught having a nap on our operating table 🍫 😴 ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

We hope you all have a pet-safe Christmas, but if your pet does accidentally ingest any of these hazards please let us know 🎄 🍫 ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Buddy has been ‘helping’ out on reception in our Bude surgery 🎄 😁 ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Christmas opening hours 🎅🏼🎄 ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Please keep an eye out for Thor, who is missing from Trewyn road, Holsworthy 🐱 ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Buddy has been hanging out with his new friend Pyro 🐶 ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Face Coverings 😷 and Covid measures at the VetsWe would like to thank you all for jumping through the many hoops towards keeping us and yourselves Covid-safe. We aim to keep the risks of Covid spreading at the Vets as low as possible, whilst maintaining our service to you. The ever changing situation isn’t easy to keep up with so here is an update from us:1) Please ring us to make appointments as usual2) Please wear a face covering when coming into the practice buildings. Our Reception team have been asked to remind our clients of this requirement should you come in without one.3) Should you have a medical exemption from wearing a face covering, we can still provide a full service to you. Ideally, if you can ring the doorbell or call us from your car, then the vet will come out to you4) In some circumstances in which you have a face covering exemption, we recognise that it may cause undue stress or anxiety to you or your pet if you are not able to come into the Waiting Room area with them. Please let us know in advance if this is the case and we will make arrangement for you in a separate waiting room area.5) As always there will be alcohol-gel at the door to hand sanitise.6) We have a limited number of people allowed in the waiting room areas due to the limited ventilation possible in our building. Please be patient at busy times when you may be asked to wait outside temporarily.7) If you feel unwell or have tested positive for Covid 19, please do not come to the surgery. We will do our utmost to help your pets in this circumstance but please ring us so we can make special arrangement for you.We hope you are all staying well. Please ring us if you need any advice or support.Bude/Hartland 01288 354796Holsworthy 01409 254078 ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Buddy the elf has come to stay at Tamar for a few weeks. Today he has been helping look after these two cute cats after they have been neutered🎄 ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

With the weather getting colder, where is your pets favourite place to hide? 🐶 🐱 🐰 ❄️ ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

We may be lucky enough to cuddle cute puppies and kittens on a daily basis, but this is also the reality of working in a veterinary practice 💕I know that we post a lot of cute puppies and kittens, but the reality is that this can be an absolutely heart shattering job 💔🐾At the end of the day, you may never know exactly what is happening behind our closed doors. A pet may be on our crash bench whilst we fight to save their life, trying to make sure they get to go home today with their family. Sometimes we aren’t so lucky 💔 We truly appreciate the people who wait patiently and the people who let emergencies or obviously unwell patients be seen by the vet first. If you are expecting a phone call from us, please don't think we have forgotten about you, we may just be trying to help out a patient who truly needs us right now. ❤️ Not only does the trauma of losing a pet stay with a pet owner, but it stays with us too. We are not robots. We are not emotionless beings. We care oh so much. We go home and tell our families and partners about our patients and all the types of cases we see. We vent to them about how upsetting losing one of our patients was and how upset their family and children were to lose their family pet. We share in the grief of saying goodbye. We, Vets & Vet Nurses choose to do this job because WE LOVE ANIMALS. 🐶🐱 We take care of your pets because we know how much they mean to you. We worry, even lose sleep over your pets. When we send you home with an empty passenger seat, it hurts. 💔 We care more about your furry family members than our bladders, our feet, our hungry stomachs or our families who are waiting at home for us. 🏡 It breaks our hearts to go home after a busy day of literally fighting to save lives, to then see people so easily throw hurtful words around about vets on the internet. We are not perfect- but we only ever give our best. Always be kind, think before you type and if you have questions, just ask because you will never truly know know what type of day your vet has been through ❤️🐾 ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

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