Molecare Pet Vets
Molecare Pet Vets is a friendly and professional small animal practice based in Newton Abbot, Devon. As a practice we are proud to have exceptionally high standards of clinical care and customer service with all of our veterinary surgeons being supported by Registered Veterinary Nurses. Our vision is to inspire pet owners to take the best care of their pets.
The modern clinic is purpose built and fully equipped with facilities including an operating theatre, digital X-Ray, ECG, ultrasound, in-house laboratory and separate dog and cat wards – and we are soon to be awarded the 'Cat Friendly Clinic' status as a part of our continuous development.
Excellent customer service is just as important to us as high quality care for the animals that we treat, and so all of our receptionists have completed the British Veterinary Receptionist Accreditation.
We encourage our team to bring new ideas to the table to enable us to continue to grow, develop, improve and enhance the services that we provide to our patients.
Why choose Molecare Pet Vets?
Friendly and supportive team
Continuous development of the business and practice
Longer appointment times with a steady diary for a balanced working day
4 day working week
Personal development and further training encouraged
Professional HR administration
Hands-on Director involvement with over 50 years’ experience in successful practice management
Out of hours service provided by a dedicated provider
Being part of the St David’s/Molecare group means we are an independent practice, and I like the freedom we gain from this for two reasons. Firstly, whilst protocol is important to maintain consistency and standards, it gives me the clinical freedom to make treatment decisions that are best for the animal and client. Secondly, I like the freedom as a practice principle. Over the last 4 years my role has developed from assistant vet to manager. I am trusted to develop the business and I feel grateful to be working in a business that listens to our visions and has time for us as individuals.”
Alexia Mills BVSc MRCVS