A Warm Welcome to Prospect House Vets
On February 20th 2015 we celebrated our 30 years of being open
We feel that this is something to celebrate and be proud of! The founder Vets Nigel Dickinson and Ann Owen are still here, surrounded by a great team of staff. Many of these staff and partner Peter Harlow have been with us for over 20 years and our nurse Tara has stuck with us for 28 of those years!
The clinic has always fostered a family approach with a mutual support network and we have a great team atmosphere.
We are proud of all our staff and feel they are proud to work in the clinic. With two extensions, fully equipped laboratory, theatre, diagnostics room, the clinic has moved with the times and our ethos is always to give our best service to clients, pets and support them through difficult times.
We are a CAT FRIENDLY PRACTICE and are accredited with the International Society of Feline Medicine to minimise stress when your cat visits our Clinic; and to ensure that they receive the best of treatment.
Being pet owners ourselves we understand the importance of that special relationship and our approachable staff are here to give help and advice when you need it.
Our veterinary staff include seven veterinary surgeons, ten nurses, four receptionists and an Office Manager.
Our team can offer a wealth of experience, knowledge and enthusiasm with each vet also having an area of special interest.
As well as being equipped with modern medical and surgical facilities there is a strong emphasis on preventative healthcare.
Prospect House are the first Vets in Wales to gain the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons award and we scored enough points in all the different areas to gain outstanding!
We are a training centre for nurses, HAVE A 24 HOUR ON SITE CARE IN PARTNERSHIP WITH VETS NOW, and we offer an in house surgical referral service with Ben Walton MRCVS
To help keep them safe we have prepared a list of hazards to be aware of around the festive period. See our CHRISTMAS OPENING TIMES
Many of our pets can struggle with the noise and flashing lights from fireworks, including rabbits and guinea pigs as well as dogs and cats.