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Haverfordwest:
Small Animals: 01437 762806
Farm Animals: 01437 762511
Pembroke Dock:
Vets & Groomers: 01646 622010
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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

Firstly, my apologies to all of you who may cringe about the topic I am going to write about, for many people the mere mention of snakes is enough to make their skin crawl. So, when I think of venomous snakes the locations that come to mind are; southern and central America, the Middle East, India and Australia, where I can picture zookeepers and animal rescues wrestling giant snakes in boiling heats. These images make it easy to forget that we have our own venomous snake in the UK. Thankfully we only have the one venomous type: Vipera Berus, more ...
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What is pyometra? Pyometra literally means “pus in the womb” and is seen a lot less commonly these days due to increased awareness about neutering. It is a serious life-threatening condition which we still, however, see quite frequently. How can I tell if my bitch has pyometra? Pyometra, or “pyo “ for short, can present from the obvious: thick pus seeping from the bitch’s vulva to much vaguer symptoms of being a bit quiet and perhaps off her food. The reason for this wide range of clinical signs depends on how long the pyo has been established and whether the ...
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The following useful information has been provided by the Veterinary Poisons Information Service (VPIS) and is particularly useful at this time of year now that Easter is upon us. Read a bit more about some key toxic things that may be around the house below:   Chocolate  We all know about the risks of chocolate and with Easter imminent, no doubt most vets have seen their fair share of chocolate toxicity cases! What if a pet eats a cereal containing chocolate? Or a brownie or chocolate biscuit? Does this count as chocolate too? The answer, is yes! Cocoa ...
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In recent years a new disease affecting dogs has been recognised in the UK. Cases most commonly appear between November and May, suggesting a possible winter seasonality. It has been reported in many counties across the UK. The disease was first recognised in America in the 1980's where it was called 'Alabama rot' (or 'Greenetrack disease', after the state and greyhound racing track where it was first seen. The correct name for Alabama Rot is cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy (abbreviated to CRGV), a term which describes the disease process. The disease causes damage to the blood vessels (vasculopathy) of ...
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  Keep your pets safe this Christmas with this useful guide: Macadamia nuts – can cause weakness, ...
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