Clinique Vétérinaire 3 Vallées

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  1. jonandshell

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    Hi

    Has anyone used the above vets in Moutiers in the French Alps for their compulsory dog worming prior to travelling home?

    There is a phone number on the the net but no email contact. Our French isn't good and we were rather relying on google translate and email to contact them!!!
     
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    I would honestly just turn up and point at the relevant page in the dogs passport - it only takes a few minutes to treat each dog and stamp the passport and I'm sure they would be happy for you to wait a short while if they were busy. Alternatively you may find that they speak perfect English. Here are the opening hours.

    Opening hours
    Mon - Fri: 08: 00-12: 00, 14: 00-19: 00 / Sat: 08: 00-12: 00 / Sun: closed
     
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    It's on this Google map of recommended Vets - http://goo.gl/maps/os2Cs

    If you use them, or any other Vet, please let us know of up-to-date prices and any other useful information.
     
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    As seen in September at La Mailleraye sur Seine P1050241.JPG P1050242.JPG P1050242.JPG P1050241.JPG
     
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    15 euros ....... a bargain, although that's probably the price for a cat.
     
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    That is the cost for a dog plus cost of tablet but they will accept your tablet. Paid this in May
     
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    Thanks for the very useful link. We are travelling over the Christmas period and will pass by twice. We check out the opening hours on the first pass!
     
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    We were charged €28 in August at La Mailleraye sur Seine for the tablet and examination of a Border Collie.

    Vet on your right at 00:31 secs - http://youtu.be/FsLlEyeM7J8
     

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