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14th november

The “coming soon” sign has been removed because we are moving on the weekend 12/13th November to our new hospital standard surgery at Link Park.  You can see our latest moving leaflet by clicking here.  The doors open to our clients on Monday 14th November... read more

pet fancy dress

Saturday 29th October is “Spooky Saturday” and new for this year is the “Freaky Pets Parade” which we are delighted to be sponsoring.  Why not enter into the spooky spirit by entering the fancy dress competition with your pet – there are... read more

£49.98 puppy vaccines

Vaccinate your new puppy for just £49.98! We believe that protecting your pet against all the most common (and sometimes potentially fatal) diseases is one of the most important things you can do as a responsible owner. When you get a new puppy of course you want them... read more

our monthly editorial…

dave cumber vets – november


We have moved and we are in our fantastic new surgery. Our lovely staff worked incredibly hard over the weekend of the 12/13th to get everything ready for when the doors opened at 8am on Monday November 14th.

The address of the new surgery is:


So after decades of wishing, years of planning and many months of designing and building it has actually happened. There are information leaflets in both our Dorchester and Weymouth surgeries about the move and you can also find out more in our news item and by following us on facebook.  We would like to thank all our clients for their patience when things haven’t gone quite to plan and hope you will bear with us during these early days as things settle down.  Dave has made another video of how to get from our old Chickerell Road Surgery to the new one in Link Park and you can see it by clicking here.

Secondly – Halloween!  We were delighted to be sponsoring and judging the Freaky Pet Parade & Fancy Dress on Spooky Saturday 29th October in New Bond Street, Weymouth.  Dave, Gru & Margot were there  in full costume and great fun was had by all.  Many people will not be able to forget the sight of Dave dancing along in full skeleton costume!  Read more about it in our news item.

Thirdly – Fireworks!  Have you remembered and are you prepared?  Many of you will have pets that are terrified of fireworks so take a look at our article on helping your pet cope with fireworks and also our leaflet on firework phobia products.  The secret is to plan ahead so that you and your pet can enjoy a happy safe firework night.

And finally, watch out for your pet eating fungi when you’re out and about.  This dave cumber vets say watch out for fungi poisoningdamp mild weather means that woods and verges are full of a whole variety of fungi.  In the past we have had several cases of fungi poisoning one of which sadly was fatal.  As always if you are at all worried give us a ring because early treatment can make all the difference.

We very much look forward to seeing you in our new surgery soon!





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