Pet Animal Department

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Our Pet Animal Team is committed to providing quality care for your
cats, dogs and other companion animals!

Our companion animal department cares about keeping your pet well. We offer a wide range of both services and products for your pet.

We believe prevention is better than cure and to back this claim we have developed several wellness clinics,
most of which are FREEto optimise your pet’s quality of life.

Our large team of experienced veterinarians, qualified veterinary nurses and friendly support staff are all here for the love of pets,
and will do their best to help you and your furry, feathery or slimy family members.

We have a comprehensive range of pet accessories in store, along with a large range of premium pet foods for
maximum health of your pet. We also stock prescription diets for the management of specific conditions.

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1 week ago
Cambridge Vets

👉 URINARY ISSUES
Did you know that cats can suffer urinary blockages?
If they are unable to pass urine, waste products start to build up in their system and this can be life threatening. Common warning signs include urinating outside of the litter box, demeanour changes, or spending longer in their litter tray or garden straining to pass urine. If you are concerned that your cat is struggling to pass urine, it is important to contact a vet immediately.
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👉 URINARY ISSUES
Did you know that cats can suffer urinary blockages?
If they are unable to pass urine, waste products start to build up in their system and this can be life threatening. Common warning signs include urinating outside of the litter box, demeanour changes, or spending longer in their litter tray or garden straining to pass urine. If you are concerned that your cat is struggling to pass urine, it is important to contact a vet immediately.
2 weeks ago
Cambridge Vets

👉 AUGUST puppy class is now fully booked 🐾😉 ... See MoreSee Less

👉 AUGUST puppy class is now fully booked 🐾😉
3 weeks ago
Cambridge Vets

Happy graduation to our wonderful June puppy class members. Thank you for joining us. It was great to see such positive growth and confidence for puppies and owners alike. Keep up the great work 😉🐾 ... See MoreSee Less

Happy graduation to our wonderful June puppy class members. Thank you for joining us. It was great to see such positive growth and confidence for puppies and owners alike. Keep up the great work 😉🐾
4 weeks ago
Cambridge Vets

Owning a cat means dealing with hairballs from time to time. But if your cat is bringing up hairballs more often than they should, it may be a sign of something more serious. Excessive grooming due to skin irritation, stress and anxiety or seasonal changes could increase the usual amount. Get in contact with us today if you are worried about the amount of hairballs coming from your cat. ... See MoreSee Less

Owning a cat means dealing with hairballs from time to time. But if your cat is bringing up hairballs more often than they should, it may be a sign of something more serious. Excessive grooming due to skin irritation, stress and anxiety or seasonal changes could increase the usual amount. Get in contact with us today if you are worried about the amount of hairballs coming from your cat.
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Clinic open 7 days

Six Post-Graduate Qualified Veterinarians

Excellent Knowledge of Animals

Meet Our Vets

Peter Twine

Peter Twine

Janine Devaney

Janine Devaney

Edith Hollows

Edith Hollows

 
Sarah Lee

Sarah Lee

Helen O'Neill

Helen O'Neill

Koen Elze

Koen Elze

Covid-19 Update 😷

To our wonderful clients, we are working hard to keep you and our team safe during this current climate. Unfortunately, even with protocols in place, people are still being impacted by this illness and that includes our team. We are managing this the best we can but there are times when we are not fully staffed.

Please be advised there may be longer wait times, days where we cannot offer our full range of services, and changes to our usual hours. Please be patient with us.We may have to reschedule your appointment at short notice as we take care of our staff too. We are sure you will appreciate that we are working exceptionally hard to provide the best care for your pets.

Thank you for your understanding and we will keep you updated as we work through the next few weeks.

CLINIC HOURS:
Monday 8am - 7pm
Tuesday 8am - 7pm
Wednesday 8am - 7pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm
Saturday 8am - 12:30pm
Sunday 9am - 12noon