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Vets in France

Dec 27, 2019
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I'm a newbie
Sorry to post in here as there's no thread just for travelling pets

I'm. Asking for advice as I'm going to France next week but I have to find a vets whilst I'm there and get my dog treated for tape worm to come back into the UK
Does anyone know of any vets in France please?
 
May 7, 2011
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Cornwall Gorran Haven
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wse use the one at La Mailleraye , I email them & ask for appointment on the day I need & leave my mobile number , they are very good , usually an evening appointment.
La Mailleraye-sur-Seine.
58, Rue de la Republique
Tel – 02 35 05 37 67
€15 (38 kg dog) + the cost of tablet (€6 for small dog) (Sept 2012) or it was in 2018 when we last used them
If you want to use the service it would be best to phone first or email , as the Vet is
not in attendance full time but a Receptionist is there during Office hours and Saturday morning.
Receptionist's English is basic but Vet is fluent.
Parking is possible outside but not really necessary due to the very close proximity to the Aire.
Open – M-F 0845-1230 / 1500-1900
Sat - 0900-1200 clinvetcedre@hotmail.fr
49.482021,0.772677

Obviously gone up to 15.50 euro's now as Oscar says
 
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Nov 26, 2014
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We used the Vet at La Mailleraye in March, we used our own tablets & it was 15.50 euros. We've used them a few times, they seem to prefer teatime appointments.
 
Feb 26, 2016
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We use the one at Neufchatel En Bray, as there's a decent free aire close by at Mesniers En Bray. They speak English and are very good.

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Aug 14, 2011
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The vets at Neufchatel en Bray do online bookings, which makes things easier.

edit Not fast enough typing! Vickysponge beat me to it!
 

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Jan 9, 2013
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Sorry to post in here as there's no thread just for travelling pets

I'm. Asking for advice as I'm going to France next week but I have to find a vets whilst I'm there and get my dog treated for tape worm to come back into the UK
Does anyone know of any vets in France please?
I've used Google Maps. Just zoom out so it covers the area you want to find a vet in and just enter "vet" in the search bar or "veterinaire" but vet should work. You can then look at what shows up and read any reviews.

Like this:

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Nov 19, 2010
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As previously posted, we use Google maps to find a vet enroute and have never booked. They always fit us in but sometimes have the occasional 30 minute wait. Although we can get by in very limited French, most are more than happy to speak English.

Terry
 
Mar 11, 2013
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Used the vet at Buchy NE of Rouen in March. Normally €8 but he didn't charge me so I made a donation. There's a free airecipes next to the police station.

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Mar 11, 2013
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Yes that's it . He didn't want to charge us so we made a donation which he said he would use against an operation that the owner might find hard to afford.
 
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