Welcome to Towy Vets, We’re an RCVS Accredited Small Animal General Veterinary Practice. We pride ourselves in providing high quality veterinary care in a conveniently located practice at affordable prices. Our qualified staff are experienced and are all committed to providing the highest standard of care for you and your pets.
Our out of hours cover is provided by Carmarthen Veterinary Centre. You can be reassured that if your pet needs an emergency consultation or treatment that you will be seen by professional and compassionate staff. If you are unsure that your pet’s symptoms are urgent, we can provide advice over the telephone.
Thank you so much for having me on placement these past few months. I have learnt so much and you all have been so helpful and welcoming, I'll miss you all! Thanks again, Ceri-Ann
Thank you all for your care and support in looking after Ben.
Just to say thank you for all your kindness and sensitivity to Jake and to us the other day it was much appreciated.
We can’t thank you all enough for the kindness & compassion shown to us when caring for our boy, you made his goodbye very special.
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Yes, special dental products such as pet toothbrushes and toothpastes are available from your vet to help prevent plaque build up. Our staff can help you to apply these techniques correctly to achieve the best results. Training your pet to accept dental care measures at an early age is very important. Feeding complete specially formulated dry diets can also help to prevent further tartar build up (this is recommended for adult animals). Dental disease can cause significant problems as your pet gets older and so should be controlled from an early age.
After the initial vaccination course (2 injections 2-4 weeks apart) it is recommended that your pet is vaccinated every 12 months. This vaccination appointment also includes a full health check.
A small capsule, the size of a large grain of rice, containing the animal’s unique 15 digit registration number is simply inserted under the skin at the back of the animal’s neck. The microchip number can be read via a hand-held scanner. Vets, police and pet rescue centres all have suitable microchip scanners. The name and address details relating to the microchip number are all stored on a national database. If your pet becomes lost or is stolen, it can be easily identified and its owner contacted.
|Monday||08:15 – 18:00|
|Tuesday||08:15 – 18:00|
|Wednesday||08:15 – 18:00|
|Thursday||08:15 – 18:00|
|Friday||08:15 – 18:00|
|Saturday||08:15 – 12:00|
Looking for a consultation? You will need to book an appointment.