Welcome to Summer Lane Veterinary Centre

We are a dedicated small animal veterinary practice in Worle, near Weston-Super-Mare, run by friendly small animal vets who care about you and your pets. We are all pet owners ourselves and know what it’s like to have your furry (or scaly) friends as part of the family.

News and Offers

We love to keep you up to date with what’s going on at Summer Lane. Here you’ll find plenty of useful information to help you keep your pets healthy! Plus keep up to date with our latest offers and promotions.

Opening Hours

Mon to Thurs: 8.30am – 7.00pm
Fri: 8.30am – 6.00pm
Sat: 8.30am – 12.00pm
Sun: Closed

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We’re here to keep your pets healthy and know it can be stressful for everyone when your pet is under the weather. That’s why our goal is to always offer the very best treatment to your pet to keep them in great shape or get them back on their feet as quickly as possible when they’re not.

Here’s what our lovely clients say about us:

“Brilliant people – caring, lovely and competent – what more could you ask.”

“Fantastic vets! Wonderful caring staff…. Would highly recommend!”

“I recently changed over to Summer Lane vets as had heard they were very good. I wasn’t disappointed at all.”

Have you ever heard of GDV (which stands for Gastric Dilatation and Volvulus)? It’s more commonly known as bloat… and is something owners of large and deep chested dogs in particular should know about. GDV is an emergency situation for a dog where the stomach twists and swells. Urgent treatment is needed! Early signs can include restlessness, drooling, vomiting froth or retching. Subsequently you may see a bloated abdomen or collapse. Always call us straight away if you suspect GDV. ... See MoreSee Less

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It’s Pet First Aid Month during March! Which means we’ve got plenty of tips here on Facebook to help you if you ever face a pet emergency. Don’t forget we’re here for you and your pets whether you need routine advice or urgent treatment so you can always get in touch if there’s something you’re worried about. ... See MoreSee Less

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