Welcome to White Lodge Veterinary Centre Limited.
Your local independent veterinary surgery in Exmouth, Devon.
Call us at 01395 267928

Pet Emergency? Read no further and call us right away!

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Welcome to White Lodge Vets, the veterinary surgery in Exmouth town centre, Devon. Our clinic has been run by Linda Salmon B. Vet.Med., M.R.C.V.S. and colleagues since November 2007 and serves Exmouth, Budleigh Salterton, Lympstone, Woodbury, Clyst St Mary, Clyst St George, Topsham and surrounding areas.

We provide expert veterinary care for your dog, cat, rabbit, guinea pig, rat, mouse, gerbil, hamster, tortoise, parrot or other companion animal.

Our independent surgery offers a personalised and caring service for your pet or companion animal.

Our veterinary service consultations are by appointment only.

Exmouth Veterinary Surgeon | White Lodge Veterinary Centre Ltd. | 01395 267928

White Lodge, 207 Exeter Road, Exmouth, Devon EX8 3DZ.

24h / 7 Day Emergency Vet Service

TEL:01395 267928

If you need to see a vet urgently, we are a member of the Exonia Veterinary Emergency Services. To access this emergency service, simply phone: 01395 267928, our usual number, and the telephone will be diverted to the new Out-of-Hours Service automatically.

Exonia Veterinary Emergency Service (EVES), EVES Veterinary Hospital, St.David's Station, Exeter, EX4 4NT.    www.exoniavets.co.uk

Meet Our Doctors

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Victoria Altoft
    BVetMed MRCVS

    Victoria qualified from The Royal Veterinary College, University of London in 2002. After a period working in Nottinghamshire and then travelling in South America she moved to Devon in 2005 and has worked in small animal practice since. She enjoys all aspects of first opinion small animal practice and when not at work loves spending time playing folk music with her daughter and running around after her very active small son!

  • Dr.
    Paul Stanley
    BVM&S MRCVS

    Paul grew up in Devon but graduated “up north” from the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Medicine in Edinburgh. He has a keen interest in small animal medicine and ultrasound scanning. When Paul is not working he plays a lot of sport and enjoys walking in the beautiful Devon countryside. He also has a cat called Steve who was a stray handed into us here at White Lodge.

  • Dr.
    Jenny Turner
    BVetMed MRCVS

    Jenny qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in London in 2002 and has worked in Devon ever since. She originally started in mixed practise and became a purely small animal vet in 2004. She enjoys all aspects of first opinion small animal work with a particular interest in dentistry. Out of work she enjoys fish keeping and has three cats. She is also very busy with two small boys and last year climbed Ben Nevis!

  • Dr.
    Linda Salmon
    BVetMed, MRCVS

    Linda Graduated from the RVC, London, after which she worked as a House Surgeon in the Department of Small Animal Surgery for 2 years. Surgery remains her particular interest. She has had a varied and interesting career, working in New Zealand in a large mixed practice for 5 years. She returned to Devon to set up a mixed practice in a rural area. This grew to 5 vets with specialist equine facilities. In 2007 she moved to Exmouth to take over a Small Animal Practice at Howard House. The premises were soon outgrown, and we were fortunate to be able to renovate and move to White Lodge. The next stage in the project is the renovation of the upstairs to create further consulting rooms and offices. In her spare time Linda walks the dog, plays tennis and enjoys her garden. She loves the sunshine!

  • Dr.
    Jack Pearse
    BVM&S MRCVS

    Jack graduated from Edinburgh Vet School in 2013 and worked in a small animal practice in Somerset for two years before taking a job as an emergency night vet in Exeter. He has a general interest in small animal surgery and enjoys emergency work. At home he has a French cat called Sebastian and two freshwater turtles. In his spare time he enjoys paragliding, kayaking and fishing.

Testimonial

I can NOT Thankyou enough for the care and attention that was so needed for my Echo!!! My 3 legged anxious dog that HATES vets!! He hated it but it was bearable unlike other vets we have been too..! You are superb and I will definitely be recommending friends to you!! Ps. Yes I think the calming tablets are definitely what my Echo needs. I'll be in touch next week. Thanks again for your understanding x

Rachael K.

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