Uniquely in our area we provide a purely small animal service, specialising in treating cats, dogs, rabbits, birds and small furries, with the focus on high quality care.
Our dedicated team is friendly and welcoming, and we enjoy getting to know all our clients individually. Our flexible appointment system allows you to see the same vet to provide continuity of care. We understand your pet is an important member of your family and we aim to make their visits to us as enjoyable as possible.
Our qualified veterinary surgeons are experienced and capable of dealing with all problems routinely encountered in a small animal practice from annual health checks and flea, tick and worm control advice through to complex medical investigations and surgical procedures.
We have a team of dedicated Registered Veterinary Nurses who will ensure your pet is comfortable and well looked after from the moment you arrive.
Camlas Petcare Vets 360 degree tour of the building combined with the rolling photos have been designed to give you a flavour of the building and our facilities. We aim to provide high standards of care with a relaxed atmosphere in a clean and professional environment.
We are pleased to operate our own ‘out of hours emergency service’ as we place great importance on knowing your animal and its medical history. The main practice telephone number will always put you through to a person to take your call 24 hours a day (no answerphones).
Our clients benefit from great loyalty programmes, and various complementary nurse clinics matched to your pets needs (eg. weight clinic, puppy clinic, senior clinic, dental clinic) throughout the year. Our spacious reception area is packed full of useful information, treats, accessories, and we are main stockists of Royal Canin.
We understand the importance of selecting the right vet and, with that in mind, our experienced team are always on hand to help with any queries or concerns you may have, no matter how small.
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