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Kennels and Catteries. Some take in strays so if you are looking for a rescue animal give them a call.

Trelawn Boarding Kennels

Trelawn, South Molton EX36 3QT, UK – 01769 550192

After our dog's first visit have already re-booked. Great kennels, prompt replies to emails and telephone calls. Lovely owners who obviously care a lot about the dogs left in their care. Would definitely recommend!

George and Sally do a great job looking after our two dogs.wouldn't leave them with any other kennels.Lots of room for the dogs to play, they always come back knackered and very happy😊

Westbridge Park Boarding Cattery

Westbridge Park, Newtown, South Molton EX36 3QT, UK – 01769 550388

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Market Veterinary Centre

2 Southley Rd, South Molton EX36 4BL, UK – 01769 572176

Very friendly and caring. A great vet practice

Been using this vet for many years. Our cats have always been kept healthy.

Mole Valley Farmers Store South Molton

Pathfields Business Park, Lime Way, South Molton EX36 3LH, UK – 01769 574477

It's massive. Has everything, clothing casual and work wear. Agricultural supplies. Fencing. Hunting and trapping supplies. Animal feed and bedding. The lot.

Local farming supermarket which sprang from a small cooperative of farmers to become a leading force in rural supplies. There isn't much that they don't stock if you work on or with the land from feedstuffs to clothing, pet foods and garden supplies. They can supply a sack of animal feed to several tons according to your needs. There's propane and butane in cylinders. Oils and diesel can be delivered. Membership is available for frequent customers offering discounts and benefits. Plenty of local food is stocked at competitive prices.

Mole Valley Farmers South Molton Head Office

Exmoor House, Pathfields Business Park, Lime Way, South Molton EX36 3LH, UK – 01769 573431

Good range of farm and country wares. Quite overpriced on a lot of items considering the buying power they have. Some very pleasant staff but also some of the most condescending sphincters I an my friends have ever dealt with. Like another commenter I preferred the old store. I don't understand the need to have 75% of a building's space as open roof void, like some fake cathedral to the god of shareholders dividends.

Great range of farming goods, timber, good small machinery repair shop, helpful staff. Small selection of foods clothing and horsey stuff. Occasional good offers. Personally I liked the old premises where you could poke around for hours and find wonderful things, the new premises are like a suoermarket.