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Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon Position

We are a well-established, very proud independent, progressive practice in Pembrokeshire, where we have stunning beaches and countryside, and a great work / life balance.  We pride ourselves in a first class service, practising to a high standard, with our priorities based on excellent service and staff well-being.  We are expanding to meet our growing client base and varied ca ...

Farm Animal Newsletter June 2021

Farm Animal Newsletter May 2021

COVID UPDATE - APRIL 2021

It’s been so nice to see the sun these last few weeks!   We hope that you have all been enjoying the weather, been able to visit your old favourite places to walk and enjoying the beaches. The government continues to slowly relax the rules and restrictions to enable more movement and socialising and we are welcoming holidaymakers back into the area with their pets, so a quick ...

Brand New, State of the Art Lab Equipment!

We are very excited to announce that we have replaced all our laboratory equipment with brand new state of the art analysers which enables us to continue to provide you with fast accurate results for all manner of health concerns and conditions. Our latest piece of technology is an analyser which provides  complete analysis of urine samples.   Meet the Idexx Sedivue DX Ur ...

Fenton Farm Vets – part of the XLVets community

Fenton Vets remains proudly independent.  We are dedicated to providing a high quality, cost-effective service to you, supporting growth and prosperity in Pembrokeshire. Being part of XLVets allows us to benefit from knowledge sharing and group purchasing with a network of progressive, like minded veterinary practices across the UK.  Think of it as the veterinary equivalent of ...

Concern for the future independence of veterinary practices

A WELSH vet has voiced his concern for the future independence of veterinary practices as large corporations tighten their grip on the sector. Richard Davies, a partner at the Pembrokeshire-based Fenton Veterinary Practice, is a leading advocate of independence in the veterinary industry. He is retiring as a vet in a month that has seen more Welsh veterinary practices sold to ...

New Workshops for Reducing Mastitis and Antibiotic Resistance Available

Reducing Mastitis in Dairy Cattle Online Workshop Learn about the detection, monitoring, treatment and prevention of clinical and sub-clinical mastitis in dairy cows. Download Information Sheet »   Antibiotic Resistance Online Workshop Understanding how resistance develops and spreads is given to increase acceptance of why antibiotic use must be reduced. Download Informat ...

Upcoming NADIS webinars delivered by Fenton Vets

Upcoming NADIS webinars delivered by Fenton Vets All delivered online via Zoom   Reducing Mastitis in Dairy Cattle: 27th Thursday May @18:00 BVD: Thursday 24th June @ 18:00 Youngstock Health: Thursday 29th July @18:00   Attendees must be Farming Connect registered Please book you free place by contacting: Fenton Vets 01437 762511 For further information on this pro ...

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