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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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  Whilst flicking through the farming press in an attempt to put off having to write this blog post, I came across some unsettling recent statistics from the Health and Safety Executive, revealing farming to be the ‘Most dangerous profession in the UK’. 27 fatalities at work were reported in 2016/2017, with the number of serious or life-changing injuries much higher. I'm also writing this on #farmsafetyweek so I thought I'd jump on the bandwagon and have a look at some ways we could reduce the frequencies of injuries during TB testing. Whatever your farming system, animals are unpredictable and handling ...
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  I love fixing things.  I must have driven my mum & dad nuts when I was at the bottom of the learning curve as a 10-year-old - taking stuff apart, and leaving a trail of debris behind me.  It’s all part of the learning process I guess. Nevertheless, thanks, mum & dad for putting up with me! One of the very best things about vet practice is fixing stuff.  Particularly when we can improvise and use low tech solutions to sort problems out... ‘Rocky’ the Saluki was a very unlucky pup: he had a badly broken leg after a ...
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Last week was a very unusual week for me. Just one small tracer TB test in the whole week! So I got the chance to see different things during the week, I even saw a few sheep, yay! Usually, we only see sheep in the lambing season or if a few sheep in the flock get sick, and we have to investigate what is wrong with them. Unfortunately, as many of you already know there is rarely a straightforward answer. Now that some lambs are leaving the farms and you start to see a reward for your job during last ...
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  We're spoilt with the weather here in Pembrokeshire, as Brendan and Nik found out when TB testing this week!! ...
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  It was once thought that parasite problems were a seasonal thing. But year on year it is becoming more apparent that parasites do not mind what time of year it is, especially if they have a nice warm environment to live in and an unwilling Host to feed on. Whether it's Fleas, Ticks, Mites or Worms, as pet owners we are likely to come across them at some point in our pets lives. Once a parasite takes hold it can be difficult to 100% eradicate them and can take a few months to sort an infestation, but regular parasite ...
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