Welcome to Yatton Vets

Yatton Vets is a new, independent, small-animal veterinary surgery based in Yatton in North Somerset.  It is owned and run by local vet Shaun Taylor.

We are a family-run business, offering a personal service with continuity of care – we will look after your pets like they are our own.  We also cover our own ‘out-of-hours’ emergency vet work as much as possible – see our Opening Hours for more information.

Our practice has been newly refurbished and is fully equipped, with the benefit of complete surgical and inpatient facilities on-site.  There is a free car park adjacent to the practice, with flat level access right into reception.

Yatton Vets is based right in the centre of Yatton, and is within a short distance of nearby towns Clevedon, Backwell, Nailsea, and Weston-super-mare.

For further information please call us on 01934 315 700 or register online.


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A few weeks from now (2nd-10th June) is Rabbit Awareness Week (RAW).

During this week Yatton Vets will be offering FREE routine health checks for rabbits, and 10% OFF all rabbit consultations, surgery, dentistry and products. Our Rabbit Health checks also include a FREE Rabbit Goody bag - whilst stocks last!

Each year, Rabbit Awareness Week focuses on highlighting one key welfare issue to help improve the lives of UK rabbits. This year RAW are raising awareness around the dangers of selective feeding, encouraging owners to ‘Move Away From Muesli’ towards a high-quality, hay based diet.

Muesli-based diets often cause problems as they encourage selective feeding, whereby rabbits choose to eat some components of the diet (usually the colourful or tasty flakes that are high in starch / sugar) while rejecting the more fibrous pellets. This selective feeding has been proven to increase the risk of gut stasis, dental disease, and fly-strike from diarrhoea.

For more information, or to book your Rabbits FREE routine health check, please feel free to give us a call on 01934 315700.

For additional information on RAW visit - https://rabbitawarenessweek.co.uk

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