Cats Protection Neutering scheme 2019

If there is a campaign that needs help we want to assist as much as we can. What better way than try and dramatically reduce the increase of stray felines.

There are far too many stray cats around Pembrokeshire at the moment and further afield, we wanted to team up with Cats Protection to spread the word that this is not necessary.

For those who are in receipt of certain benefits all you have to do is pay £5 towards your cats treatment, yes that’s right £5. For this £5 we will neuter your cat and microchip him or her for you. By doing this it goes towards a giant step to reducing many unwanted kittens being born and left to fend for themselves.

If you know anyone who will be interested in this scheme please get in touch.

Terms and conditions do apply, and the reception team will happily go through all the requirements to see if you are eligible to take advantage of this scheme.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE 1st September 2023

Dear Valued Client,
There have been some recent changes in legislation, which are designed to reduce the impact of drug resistance in certain categories of drugs. These have impacted the way we prescribe medicines to your pet.

Specifically, medicines used to treat parasites, including all prescription flea and worm treatments, can only be dispensed by our team if your pet has been examined by their registered veterinarian within 12 months. Although this has always been our policy the vet now has to annotate the clinical notes (rather than rely on automatic systems) with the exact flea and worming product and duration needed for the following year. Please bear with us as this logistical change may take a little more time than usual.

The other major change is that courses of antibiotics cannot be dispensed, extended or changed without your animal being physically examined. 

We are in the process of updating our recording systems to facilitate this process.

If you require prescription parasite treatment for your pet and they have not been examined by one of our vets within 12 months, you will be required to arrange an appointment.

We anticipate this will not affect the vast majority of pets, as they do receive their annual vaccinations or are otherwise regular visitors, for various reasons. They will therefore have received the necessary checks to be eligible for parasite treatment, without the need for a parasite consultation.

Thank you for your understanding.
Arberth Vets