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Haverfordwest:
Small Animals: 01437 762806
Farm Animals: 01437 762511
Pembroke Dock:
Vets & Groomers: 01646 622010
24 Hour Emergency Service
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Pembroke Fenton Vets and Groomers

The second branch of our small animal vet department is located in Pembroke Dock. It incorporates a grooming salon, to allow us to better cater for your pet’s needs.

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To contact the Pembroke Practice or Groomers, please call:

01646 622010

 

Fenton Vets Small Animal

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Our vets & nurses are here to look after your pet’s well-being, either at our Haverfordwest Practice or at our newly opened Practice in Pembroke Dock.

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Practice Opening Hours
  • Monday to Thursday: 8:30am – 6:30pm
  • Friday: 8:30am – 5:30pm
  • Saturday: 8:30am – 1:00pm
24 HR EMERGENCY COVER

 

To contact the small animal Practice, or for our emergency out of hours service, please call us on:

01437 762806

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Fenton Vets Farm Animals

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We provide a top quality service to help improve the health and productivity of the farm animals under our care.

 

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Practice Opening Hours
  • Monday to Friday: 8:30am – 5:30pm
  • Saturday: 8:30am – 1:00pm
24 HR EMERGENCY COVER

 

To contact the farm animal Practice, or for our emergency out of hours service, please call us on:

01437 762511

Fenton Blog

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  It will soon be the time of year when many people will enjoy the tradition of celebrating Halloween and November 5th with bonfires and fireworks. It is also the time of the year that many pet owners dread as many dogs and cats are very scared and anxious about loud noises. Add to this flashing lights and scary costumes and they can become terrified and very distressed. If you are intending to hold a private display, then it is very helpful to try and stick to the traditional date of November 5th (or New Year’s eve when this comes) ...
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  So how many of us have been to the vets and someone, be it vet or nurse, have commented that out lovely pet is carrying just a little too much weight? Did you know that 70% of us say that our animals have never been overweight? Yet, according to one of the leading pet food brands, 59% of dogs and 39% of cats that are seen by vets in the UK are overweight. This is a scary amount considering that it is proven that carrying too much weight is a danger to their health. It can make them feel ...
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  What are they? Petplan has worked closely with the veterinary profession for over 40 years and sees first hand each day the fantastic work that goes on in veterinary practices across the UK. In recognition of this, they have been awarding the best practices, vets, nurses, and receptionists with their veterinary awards. These awards provide an opportunity for pet owners to recognise the hard work and dedication of veterinary staff and say 'thank you'.   How are these awards judged? Nominations are judged by an independent panel of leading professionals from the veterinary industry including presidents of the veterinary ...
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  It’s coming up to 8 years now since I qualified as a vet (time flies!). During my early years, I was predominantly a farm animal vet. My average day could consist of treating a couple of sick cows, performing some pregnancy scans, a calving and the odd surgery here and there such as a caesarean. I really enjoyed my time as a farm animal vet, driving around the countryside, having a catch up with farmers (the odd cup of tea and if lucky bacon sandwich!) 4 years ago I started work as a locum in a small animal practice ...
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A sobering thought but 15 years ago to this very day I graduated from Bristol Vet School! I thought I should share one of many stories that I have of mistakes during my first 2 years of practice in Wiltshire. On this particular day, someone telephoned in about a swan that was found dead and suspected shot. Brimming with enthusiasm and thrilled at the possibility of solving the case, I set to the post-mortem. A passing colleague said, “If they think it’s been shot why don’t you X-ray it? You’ll see the lead.” Genius, I thought. So I X-rayed the ...
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