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When it comes to saying goodbye.

The passing of a much loved pet is a sad (and can be traumatic) event.

They are, after all members of the family - may have been with us through difficult times and in some cases they are the main reason we get up in the morning.

Travelling with your pet

Travelling with your pet? - please keep up to date with the most recent advice.

Currently this is as follows:

A current EU pet passport issued in the UK will not be valid for travel to the EU.

Before your dog, cat or ferret can travel, you’ll need to take the following steps:

Pet Plan Awards 2020

Autumn Hazard - Conkers and Acorns

We receive lots of enquires at this time of year about dogs eating acorns (the fruit of oak) and conkers (the seed of the horse chestnut).
With acorns about a quarter of dogs remain well and with conkers about a third of dogs do not develop any signs.

Refurbishment is complete!!

We are pleased to announce that our recent refurbishment of the clinical areas is now complete.
Thanks for your patience in bearing with us during this last phase of the practice update.
This hopefully is it! So there should be no more disruption and lack of parking spaces in the
foreseeable future!

2019 County Show

It's nearly time for the County Show again, so come and visit us at our stand.

Healthy Pets at Fenton Vets!

It’s easy to know where to go when your beloved pet is poorly and we have been providing care for the pets of Pembrokeshire for over 60 years! but professionals such as vets and vet nurses have a wealth of knowledge and information to keep your pets healthy too!!

Worming Farm Dogs

Over the years we (vets and farmers) have focused on controlling parasites in growing andfattening stock. We support regular sampling to identify the issues, correct dosing of thestock to ensure efficacy and use the appropriate anthelmintic to treat the challenges.Unfortunately, this attention to parasite control has not extended to working (and pet) dogs onthe farmstead. Perha ...

Keeping your pets cool this Summer

As the weather warms up and we all look forward to enjoying the sunshine, it’s important to be aware of the effects the heat can have on our pets.

TB in Raw Food

Tuberculosis found in 13 cats fed raw food.

You may see in the press this week about cases of cat Tuberculosis that may be linked to feeding raw food. We have not seen any cases but the following information has been released regarding the problem.

The issue came to light when six cats were taken to separate vet practices across England with clinical signs of TB.

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Get in touch

If you have any questions don't hesitate to get in touch with our friendly veterinary team.