Simply the very best Vets. They have always been there for us in both happy (new puppy) and sad (palliative care) times 24/7. Kind, caring and they get to know owners and their pets. You always get a warm welcome from the whole team.
Our fantastic team of registered veterinary nurses are on hand at all of our branches to provide a range of services in friendly clinics, including many essential clinical procedures and share their wealth of knowledge to enhance your pet’s quality of life.
Members of our Pet Health Club receive all nurse consultations for no extra cost, as part of our commitment to providing the very best preventative healthcare we can.
Services offered by our nurses include:
What you feed your pet and helping them to maintain an appropriate weight will improve their quality of life. This will keep them in the best health for the longest possible time.
We’re here to help all pets if they are having mobility issues, from minor injury to a long term condition. Our particular specialty is extra support for older pets or those suffering from arthritis to ease their symptoms and aid them to continue to live a full and happy life.
Just like humans, there are conditions that can arise as we age. Our senior clinics, run by and our nurses are here to provide the extra help you may need to ensure their golden years are comfortable.
Our nurses can help with guidance and advice for owners of puppies and kittens, and we also arrange puppy parties to help new arrivals learn to socialise.
Keeping your pet’s nails at an appropriate length helps to avoid discomfort, and the potential to injure themselves. as well as preventing health problems in certain species.
There are a long list of reasons why our pets can develop negative behaviour, from poor training, to breeding, through to environmental factors and stress.
The most important thing to remember is that we are here for you. Our highly skilled nurses are here to help you to learn how to set boundaries and encourage positive behaviour in your pets. You can learn more about our Positive Pets initiative on this page >>
While many cats and dogs will never suffer problems with their anal glands, those that do require assistance to empty them in order to avoid discomfort and ill health.
Pets can suffer from diabetes as well as humans, suffering from many of the same symptoms that we do. Our nurses are here to help you to manage this condition.
Diagnosis of long term health problems in our pets is always upsetting, but it doesn’t always mean your pet can’t live a long and fulfilling life. Our nurses are here to help.
What people say about us
Pennard Vets are lovely. They treat your beloved pets as if they are their own. Staff are all patient, kind and understanding of the crazy love we have for our fur babies. We’ve been going here for eight years and I wouldn’t dream of taking our lil girlie anywhere else.
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Staff are lovely and Ralph my dog is always so excited to visit – especially if he is due to see Amanda! She is fab with him and He clearly loves her. Highly recommend the Langley Park branch.