Your pet is in the best hands at WellPets: Join 25,000 other local pet-owners who have trusted us for over two decades
Choosing a veterinary practice can be difficult, can’t it? After all, your pet is part of your family, so you want them to be treated by compassionate vets with years of experience. At WellPets, that is exactly what you will find.
We’re thrilled to have been caring for the pets of Pontypool and Cwmbran for over two decades. Our original ethos still remains: to treat your pet as we would treat our own.
Richard SmithDirector, WellPets Ltd
WellPets offers a range of services to suit your pet’s needs: from routine preventative vaccinations and flea and worm control, to diagnostic services including radiography, ultrasonography, urine and blood testing if your pet becomes ill. Both our surgeries are equipped for routine surgical work, including spaying, neutering and dentistry.
What’s more, at WellPets we are connected to a network of specialist vets and authorities from around the world through an international computerised network. This means that if your pet has a difficult problem, an accurate diagnosis can be made both quickly and effectively with advice from a specialist in that area of veterinary medicine. Click here to find out more.
At WellPets, we encourage you to build a relationship with a particular vet who will get to know your pet well. We are proud that most of our team have been with us for over ten years. This familiarity makes our practice a home away from home for your pet.
So what are you waiting for? Make the easy decision and choose WellPets today.
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Due to the weather conditions only our Fairwater surgery is open today until 1pm. We will assess the situation tomorrow and give an up-date on this Facebook page. If your pet is on medication please check you have enough as we may not be open until Monday. Needless to say keep your pets indoors and if walking a dog make sure their paws and toes don't get frostbite. Remember not to stay out longer than necessary. ... See MoreSee Less