Month: November 2021

Fond farewell

October saw us all at Trefaldwyn vets say goodbye to Beryl Lloyd our cleaner for the past 30 years. She has kept us neat and tidy both inside and outside the surgery and was a familiar sight walking down to the Practice in the morning with Betsy her terrier. In that time she has seen […]

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Calf Pneumonia

Respiratory disease is the most common cause of death and poor performance in young cattle from weaning to 10 months old, and housing increases many of the risk factors allowing this disease to develop. We recommend investigating any outbreaks of pneumonia in calves, particularly if a vaccination protocol is not in place, to inform future […]

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Fluke – Cattle & Sheep

Now is the time of year to consider treating livestock for fluke to prevent production losses. We recommend testing prior to treatment to guide whether it is necessary and it is important to use the right product at the right time to maximise the efficacy of treatment. Please phone the practice if you would like […]

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Ferret Friendly

We are ferret friendly and happy to see ferrets by appointment. Vet Vicki has a keen interest in ferrets with  9 years’ experience keeping them. We are happy to advise on ferret preventative healthcare and reproductive management as well as provide care if your ferret should become unwell. Please make an appointment today if you […]

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New Recruits

We would like to say a massive welcome to Trefaldwyn Vets newest recruits vets Hannah and Michaela and nurse Georgia. Welcome to the team ladies

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Rabbit friendly practice

We are extremely pleased to announce that we are now classified as a Rabbit Friendly Practice achieving the Silver Award by the Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund.  We are the only Veterinary Practice to hold an Award from the RWAF in Powys. Nurse Sophie has been working hard to make sure everything at the Practice […]

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Cat Friendly Clinic accreditation

As a practice, we are dedicated to maintaining top quality standards of care and welfare. As such, we are currently working towards becoming an ISFM accredited Cat Friendly Clinic. This will help to ensure that your pet cat’s visit to us is as stress free as possible

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