Newton Clarke Veterinary Surgeons have two veterinary practices, caring for cats, dogs and small mammals, in Sherborne at Swan House and 142 Preston Road, Yeovil. We offer personal and professional care using modern medical facilities. Working together with a range of external specialists, we provide a trustworthy, comprehensive and compassionate service for both pets and their owners.

Matt Saunders and Mark Newton-Clarke have excellent reputations due to their high standards and continuity of care. Each surgery has a regular vet and fully-qualified and experienced veterinary nursing staff, providing reassurance and comfort for both pet and owner.


Copy of Yeovil now open saturday

Sherborne: 8am – 12pm

Consultations by appointment only 8.30am – 11am

Yeovil: 10am – 4pm

Consultations by appointment only 1pm – 3.30pm


Anemia in pets

Anemia – a symptom not a disease

This is a regular feature on Abbey radio, where Veterinary Surgeon Mark Newton Clarke explores various questions, and areas of concern for dedicated pet owners. Here Cat asks Mark; What are the tell tale signs of Anemia?




Meet our veterinary surgeons


Mark Newton-Clarke

VETERINARY SURGEON

5th generation Dorsetman, born in the Yeatman hospital in Sherborne when my father was a dairy farmer in the 1960’s. My earliest memory is falling asleep on my father’s knee while he drove the tractor!

Matt Saunders

VETERINARY SURGEON

With a young family in tow it was in 2010 that we settled on the Somerset-Dorset border where I started running our Yeovil surgery. Kit is my very badly behaved black moggy, soppy & greedy in equal measures, this cat really does think he is more dog.

Kate Knill

VETERINARY SURGEON

A west country girl through and through, I was born and grew up by the coast in North Devon. I have an adorable spaniel called Vino, you may meet her pretending to be a receptionist at Swan house or 142 Preston Road occasionally.