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Companion Animals


Routine Health Care


We strongly believe that routine preventative health care is one of the most important aspects of responsible pet ownership and it starts from the day you bring your new pet home.

Here at the surgery we can help by advising you on the timing of different treatments and their application.

The most important ones to start with are:

For adult animals

- Annual vaccinations 

- Worming tablets every 3 months

- Flea treatment (with tick prevention) every 4 weeks


For Puppies/kittens:

-Primary course of 2 vaccinations

-Worming : every 2 weeks until 3 months old​              

                   every month until 6 months old

                   every 3 months from then onwards

-Flea treatments: every 4 weeks from the time they go outside (care: some products are not safe for young animals, always check the label!)


Please see the links below for further information on preventative health care.



Routine Surgery and Procedures


We cater for most routine surgery and procedures including:

-Neutering for cats, dogs, rabbits and guinea pigs.

-Dental procedures (scale and polish, x-rays, extractions)

-Lump removals

-Ear cleaning under anaesthetic

-Digital x-rays



We also have an in-house laboratory. This enables us to perform the following investigations:

-Routine blood work

-Bacterial identification on skin swabs, ear swabs and urine samples.





We have a 24 hour emergency service that is staffed by our own vets here at the practice. 

We can deal with most medical and surgical cases here at the surgery. There are however times where the nature of your pet's illness of injuries go beyond our expertise. In these cases we will work with you to try and find the best option, this may involve referral to a specialist center for further treatment. 

Nurse clinics are on hold for the time being, please be patient with us they will be running normally soon.

House Calls are available in the following areas for vaccinations and basic health checks:

Tuesday: Barmouth, Harlech, Porthmadog and surrounding villages.


Wednesday: Trawsfynydd, Gellilydan, Blaenau Ffestiniog and surrounding villages.


Wednesday Afternoon: Fairbourne and Arthog.


Please phone the surgery to book on to any of these rounds.


(Please be aware that we are unable to give a specific time for appointments but please let us know if there is a period of the day you cannot make and we will try and accommodate you.)



House calls aren't available right now, they will be returning as soon as possible. 

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