Medivet Wool

01929 462535

4.9 /5
48 reviews

Dorchester Road, Winfrith Newburgh, Dorchester, DT2 8DD

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Main entrance at the front of the practice. Private car park to the front and side of the practice.

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Nearest 24 Hour Emergency Practice

Medivet 24 Hour Dorchester

01305 262913

South Walks Road, Dorchester, DT1 1DU

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If you’re not sure whether your pet needs to see a vet, our quick and easy Symptom Checker can help. Answer a few simple questions about the signs of illness your pet is displaying and the checker will advise whether a trip to the vet is necessary and how urgently that specialist care should be given.

  • Your vet in Wool

    Welcome to our practice in Wool. Led by Veterinary Surgeon Andy Buchan, our friendly, devoted team deliver exceptional client and patient care. Our wide range of facilities and services provide your companion with the highest standard of care, so they can continue living a long, happy and healthy life.

  • We're a Cat Friendly Clinic

    Medivet in Wool has been awarded a Silver Standard Cat-Friendly Clinic Award from the International Society of Feline Medicine (ISFM). This was in recognition of its efforts to create a cat-friendly practice and to reduce the stress suffered by feline patients during a visit.

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Practice facilities

  • Garden
  • Disability Friendly
  • Free Client Parking

Meet the team

VetAndy

Andy Buchan

Partner and Veterinary Surgeon

Andy Buchan

Partner and Veterinary Surgeon

I joined the practice in 2012 and have a broad experience of general practice. I love spending time with my family and walking my two leonbergers. I also enjoy weight training and fitness.

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Miguel Santos

Veterinary Surgeon

Miguel Santos

Veterinary Surgeon

I qualified in 2015 and have been at the Medivet Wool practice for two years. I grew up in Portugal where I enjoyed surfing. At home I own a cocker spaniel called Junior.

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Sarah Warren

Veterinary Surgeon

Sarah Warren

Veterinary Surgeon

I qualified in 2002 in London and have been at the practice for 15 years. I have special interest in small animal medicine. I enjoy spending time with my family and pets and have a range of animals, including a deerhound called Aggie, two guinea pigs, two chickens, two pigs and one giant African land snail. I am also a keen runner and frequently socialise with friends.

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Monica Adriana-Aoanei

Veterinary Surgeon

Monica Adriana-Aoanei

Veterinary Surgeon

I qualified as a vet in 2016 in Romania and worked there as a small animal vet for two years. In 2018 I decided to move to the UK to continue taking care of all furry babies. In my free time I enjoy outdoor activities like hiking and cycling, but also enjoy relaxing with some cross stitching and cooking. My best friend Maus is a domestic short hair cat with sight issues, she was adopted from a Romanian village and travelled with me here. She is very spoiled and absolutely enjoys her indoor life, but also loves birdwatching in the garden.

Aleco Ailenii

Veterinary Surgeon

Aleco Ailenii

Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated in 2016 from Usamv Cluj-Napoca, Romania, and joined Medivet in October 2018 as part of the residency programme. I'm currently enjoying working as a mobile vet around the Dorset area. Outside of work, I am a happy parent of a blind rescue cat called Maus.

Ane Saiz Sagasti

Veterinary Surgeon

Ane Saiz Sagasti

Veterinary Surgeon

I qualified from the University of Leon, Spain in 2017. Since then I've worked in small animal practices in Spain and started working for Medivet in 2018. I enjoy all aspects of being a small animal veterinary surgeon, but I have a particular interest in learning more about surgery. In my spare time I like to travel and explore the UK and Europe. At home I also have a basque shepherd dog called Logan and a guinea pig called Troja.

Maria Martinez

Veterinary Surgeon

Maria Martinez

Veterinary Surgeon

Originally from Spain, I qualified from the University of Leon in 2017 before moving to the UK. I soon moved to Gloucester where I did an internship in a small animal practice before joining Medivet in Dorset in February 2018. I particularly enjoy internal medicine. In my spare time I love travelling around Europe and discovering new places. I have three lovely dogs; a labrador cross collie called Leon, a labrador called Duna and a Persian cross called Roque. They all live in Spain and I miss them very much.

Maria Miguel Garces

Veterinary Surgeon

Maria Miguel Garces

Veterinary Surgeon

I qualified from UCV Valencia University in Spain in 2018. I visited different first opinion and referral practices until finally moving to the UK to pursue advanced qualification. I've worked for Medivet for seven months now and am particularly interested in diagnostic imaging and feline medicine. Outside of work I like to spend time hiking, horse riding, snowboarding and travelling. At home in Spain I have a beagle called Donete and a British short hair called Khaleesi.

Tracey Porter

Head Veterinary Nurse

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Holly Smith

Veterinary Nurse

Holly Smith

Veterinary Nurse

Prior to working at Medivet Wool I worked with large animals. I have been at Wool since 2011, and qualified as a vet nurse in 2014. I grew up and lived in in Purbeck before moving to the UK, and currently work part-time as I have twin boy toddlers. In my spare time I enjoy riding my horse.

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Jack Middleton

Student Veterinary Nurse

Jack Middleton

Student Veterinary Nurse

I’ve been at the practice for three years and am originally from the Midlands. I will be qualifying as a vet nurse in 2020 and am very keen to see where my interests take me next. Outside of work, I love to travel. I also have a cat called Molly and a giant African land snail called Gary.

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Clare Westbrook

Patient Care Assistant

Clare Westbrook

Patient Care Assistant

I have been at Medivet Wool for almost four years and am hoping to qualify as a vet nurse in the months to come. I am interested in doing a hydrotherapy course once I have qualified. At home I have a dog called Amber.

Elizabeth Cavill

Patient Care Assistant

Elizabeth Cavill

Patient Care Assistant

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Elspeth Elliot

Head Client Care Assistant

Elspeth Elliot

Head Client Care Assistant

I’ve been at Medivet Wool for seven years and have always lived in Dorset. I have a veterinary practice administration certificate through Lynwood school. In my spare time I enjoy running, dog-walking, camping and spending time with my husband and son. At home I care for a Springer called Farley, two chinchillas, a cat called Casper, and two rabbits.

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Vicky Keers

Client Care Assistant

Vicky Keers

Client Care Assistant

I have been at the Wool practice for two years. For the last 14 years I have enjoyed gaining experience of working with primates. Outside of work I enjoy paddle boarding, cooking and socialising. I also have a lovely cat called Jasper.

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Liz Munro

Client Care Assistant

Liz Munro

Client Care Assistant

I’ve worked at Medivet Wool for 16 years and love the work environment. I enjoy dog walking, gardening and spending time family – especially my grandson. I also have a Labrador called Finlay and two cats, one that is free-spirited and another that is elderly and ageing gracefully.

Ellie Franks

Client Care Assistant

Ellie Franks

Client Care Assistant

I have worked here at the practice for 10 years. I really enjoy working with clients, reassuring them and being there for their pets when they most need us.

Reviews

4.9 /5
48 reviews
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5.0/5
Jul 10, 2020
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Always caring , professional and prompt in delivering great care to our pets. Thank you vet Monica for your detailed Telephone visit update yesterday and to Vicky and her colleagues ( Reception) who always demonstrate professionalism with caring and efficiency. Especially during these heady COVID-19 times‼️
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5.0/5
Jun 28, 2020
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From reception to seeing a vet is always a positive experience. I always know that my animals are given the best care possible and they always improve with the treatment given. I also love how empathic everyone is, I have two anxious pets and their anxiety is always taken into account even without me asking.
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5.0/5
Jun 26, 2020
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Covid-19 pandemic and answered my email and questions promptly and informatively. When we needed your help recently you got Farley in on the same day and with the same vet who knew Farley's history. Your treatment was excellent and reassuring and I have every confidence it will continue to do so. Also despite it not being my number one priority the price of Farley's treatment has been extremely reasonable and competitive to other vets in the area who some of my friends deal with. Well done to all at Wool Medivets, I have been using your practice for over seventeen years including my previous dog as well and have never had a complaint, I have always had every confidence with the whole team and know that if I have to leave Farley at the practice for treatment, I am leaving him in great hands.
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5.0/5
Jun 18, 2020
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Medivet are a very friendly caring vets who always put the welfare of your pets first. I strongly recommend using them if you ever have to visit a vet for anything your pets might need.
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5.0/5
Apr 24, 2020
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Weve had a scary week with a poorly panda, we found him at the bottom of his cage with a weak neck and low heart rate. We took him to a vet and after a few hours of being in an incubator and injections he was back home. 😍 He stayed inside with wobbly legs so we could watch him eat drink and build up his strength. He has done so well and strong enough to be with lola again keeping him inside a little longer to keep watch. thank you for saving his life xx
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5.0/5
Jan 17, 2020
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All the staff are so friendly and helpful and have treated my pet with the upmost kindness and concern and i would thoroughly recommend them.
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5.0/5
Dec 25, 2019
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My dog developed an ear infection and the vets who treated him were very kind and efficient. His ear is now fine thank goodness Thanks to all concerned
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5.0/5
Dec 10, 2019
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I would 100% recommend Medivet in Wool to any pet owner. All the staff, reception, nurses & Vets are all very friendly, welcoming, knowledgeable and just overall excellent when as a pet owner your worried or distressed. They work very hard there and really care for your animal. Also a clean and tidy building. We can’t thank Medivet Wool enough for helping our recently poorly Dog Rocky, who is Now back to his normal happy self! :)
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5.0/5
Nov 20, 2019
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Excellent service and staff. thank you all. Heathlands and medivet in Dorchester. V. Trent
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5.0/5
Sep 8, 2019
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Always helpful, caring & professional.
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5.0/5
Aug 8, 2019
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I would like to thank Andy for looking after my rabbit Benny and being so thorough. We made the tough decision to have Benny put to sleep and both my mum and I were in tears but Andy was so lovely. I really appriecate Benny being seen to so quickly and I know he would of been well looked after when we left him. Thanks again Andy and all at Medivet xx
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5.0/5
May 4, 2019
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I cannot recommend Medivets highly enough. Clementine was rushed to them on a Saturday night after being clipped by a car with two serious pelvic fractures. There was no certainty that she would recover, but after successful surgery she continues to recover well at home. Every day she is walking better and is more like her normal self. Yesterday she even reached her paw through the crate where she is resting and give our chihuahua a quick cuff as he walked past! That’s the Clementine we know and love! I’m so appreciative that they managed to save her, and were so compassionate and empathic with dealing with myself as I was utterly distraught. Their communication was superb and they stayed in constant contact to update me all the way through this. It was an awful time but the team know how much pets end up meaning to their human families, and they made an awful situation so much easier to deal with.