Penygraig, Rhondda Cynon Taff, CF40 1EA
Mon-Fri 8.30am-6pm



Written prescriptions are available for medication upon request, should you wish to purchase the medication from another veterinary surgeon or a pharmacy. A written prescription may not be appropriate if your pet is an inpatient or if treatment is needed immediately.

We require 48 hours’ notice for repeat prescription, on the day emergency prescriptions will incur a further charge.

Animals that require repeat medication will require an assessment every 3 months.

Anti-parasite treatments are prescription only medicines, for the vet to dispense such treatments, legally the animal needs to have had an examination within the last 12 months.

The medicine act requires us to use veterinary licenced products, should this not be available we will then use veterinary licenced products for use in other species, failing that a human medicine will be used. Any use of off-licence medication will be explained to you before dispensing.



We offer vaccinations for Dogs, Cats and rabbits.


Vaccinations cover against Distemper, Hepatitis, Parainfluenza, Parvo virus, Leptospirosis & kennel Cough.

Puppies can start their vaccinations at 8 weeks of age, a course of 2 injections will be needed, 4 weeks apart.

A yearly booster is recommended for ongoing protection.
If you are thinking of boarding your dog, or if he/she is going to day care / classes, most establishments require the kennel cough vaccine. As this is a live vaccine that is given via the nasal cavity, there is a small period whereby your dog will need to be separated from other dogs, please check with the establishment what their protocols are before booking.


Vaccinations cover against Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleucopenia virus, & Leukaemia.

Kittens can start their vaccinations at 9 weeks of age, a course of 2 injections will be needed, 3 weeks apart.

A yearly booster is recommended for ongoing protection


Vaccinations cover against Myxomatosis and haemorrhagic disease

Rabbits can start their vaccinations at 5 weeks of age.

Your pets are never too old to be immunised.


Having a microchip is a legal requirement for all dogs.

Its is a small device roughly the size of a grain of rice, that is inserted under the skin between the shoulder blades. Every microchip has a unique number that is assigned to your pet, that number is registered onto a national database along with the registered keeper’s details.

Therefore, if your pet was to go missing and was taken to a vet, rescue centre or a council owned boarding facility, then the animal will be scanned, the details are located from the database, and the reuniting process begins.

Please remember that the details on the database will need to be updated, if you should move or change phone numbers.

If your pet is not already microchipped, then it can be done within a normal consultation any day any time.


An animal health certificate is a document that is required should you wish to travel with your dog cat or ferret to a country within the EU or northern Ireland.

This certificate must be completed within 10 days of travel, and a microchip and a rabies vaccine is required. We would always advise owners to contact the APHA (Animal and Plant Health Agency) well in advance of the travel date, to check on the specific requirements of the country you wish to visit.

 The health certificate is valid for entry into the EU and Northern Ireland within 10 days of the issue date, and can be used for travel within the EU for 4 months, but expire once you have crossed the border back into the UK , then a new certificate should be obtained.

Please note that a period of 21 days must have lapsed post vaccination against Rabies before travelling is permitted , and 12 weeks is the minimum age that animals can be vaccinated against Rabies.

You will also be required to find an official vet  within 24-120 hours of travelling back to the UK, in order to seek Tapeworm treatment 






Nurse consultations

Our nurses are fully Qualified and highly skilled, and they offer the following services

Our nurses run their clinics in the afternoon and evening.

End of life care

Our pets are family, they mean the world to us, so when the time comes to say goodbye understandably it will be a hard decision to make.

Many owners ask us when is the right time? as every pet’s situation is unique, it’s always best to have a chat with our fully trained staff, that can help and support owners, whatever choice they make.

A really useful tool has been provided by vets2home which is a quality-of-life diary, often having things written down is beneficial as we all know, elderly pets like humans have good and bad days, and we often cannot make the good day vs bad day comparison in our heads, it can be downloaded below.

Once the decision has been made, you may wish to think about  a home burial, a communal cremation or a private cremation whereby the ashes are returned.

If you would like to have your pet’s ashes returned following a private cremation, then there are a number of different options of urns, caskets, scatter boxes to choose from.

If you would like to pre plan your choice of vessel, then please call in or you can visit www.pcsonline.org.uk and let us know your choice.

We work with a reputable crematorium, where they have exceptional standards of care, and many of our staff have visited and have used their services in the past.


If your wishes are to say goodbye to your beloved companion in the comfort of your home, then we can offer a home visit.
The above cremation choices are also available with a home visit



end of life
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The surgery has state of the art diagnostic tools, for rapid in house results

Our internal laboratory has the capability of processing a number of tests that would ordinarily be sent to an external laboratory, which can take a number of days.

This means we have most results within 20 mins


We offer surgery, including neutering, mass removals, dental procedures and more

All our procedures are carried out by a vet, and a fully qualified nurse will be monitoring the anaesthesia throughout, the nurses also provide pre and post operative care.

We also have a range of monitoring machines that are used throughout all procedures.