Tel: 01248 750255
Unit 3 The Cefni Centre
Bryn Cefni Business Park
Anglesey LL77 7XA
Our dedicated team of nurses and vets in Llangefni is committed to helping keep your family pets as healthy as possible - we all have pets ourselves, and we do the job because we love animals and the love they give back.
Our services include vaccinations, neutering, microchipping, worming, flea treatment, dentals and much more.
We are easily accessible from all directions on Anglesey and we have ample free parking in our own car park right outside the practice.
Come and be involved in part of who we are - Anglesey and North Wales's caring, local independent pet practice.
Reviewed by: Mike on 07/05/2016
Thanks for the excellent attention give to our poorly Yorkie Gracie whilst staying at our holiday home here on Anglesey,all staff very friendly and the treatment and medication package appears to be having the desired effect with Gracie seemingly much improved.
Thanks Again, Catherine & Mike Pearson.
Reviewed by: Ann W on 03/04/2016
Staff are always friendly and professional. Lovely, clean surgery, plenty of parking space.
Cain was especially sympathetic when we had to put our 17 year old cat to sleep; also found our missing tabby cat within a couple of hours after putting photos on Aran vets' Facebook page. Thanks!
Reviewed by: karen on 25/02/2016
friendly staff,nothing too much trouble
Reviewed by: Sharon on 16/02/2016
Aluce & the team of fab nurses looked after my dog Oscar & treated him as one of their own .... Even when I had to make the most heartbreaking decision, Alice & the girls were with me every step of the way ...
Their compassion to do what's right for 'your' pet is paramount in their approach & they speak to you as a fellow pet owner..
This small team of people are professional & heartwarming individuals & absolutely deserve recognition in their tireless drive to make our 'furry friends'lives better ..
Thank you Alice & girls got everything ! X
Reviewed by: Lorna on 15/02/2016
I have been with his practice for the last 6 years. I have utmost respect for the team who are professional and caring in their dealings with both animals and their owners. My pets are my world and I want the best care for them when they are ill, I also want someone to understand what we as owners experience when our pets are unwell. The staff have always showed empathy and understanding at these difficult times. They are the best as far as me and my animals are concerned and deserve recognition for the fantastic work they do.
Reviewed by: David Wynne-Hughes on 15/02/2016
Although Aran Veterinary Clinic may only be, by some standards, a small rural practice in deepest Anglesey - don't let this fool you. The staff are highly trained, compassionate and motivated professionals with access to the latest technology and the ability to use it. The staff are extremely friendly, very approachable and always have more then sufficient time to attend to owner's questions and queries and they love the animals you bring there! I take my cats there and the service I have received, especially in the last 18 months or so has been exceptional no less.
This may be a small practice by comparison to some others, but all at Aran have the biggest Hearts of Gold in any practice.
Aran V. C is more then worthy of a nomination - they deserve to win.
Reviewed by: Ann on 15/02/2016
I cannot thank this practice enough for what they have done for our dogs over the years. To be able to trust that your dog will get the best care possible during and after treatment from friendly caring staff. The nurses are exceptional especially during the hard times when you have to put your dog to sleep their compassion and patience are a credit to them.
Reviewed by: Amy on 15/02/2016
I would recommend this clinic to anyone. Lovely and welcoming staff, and they are great with my dog. :)
Reviewed by: Emma on 15/02/2016
Brought in my cat for the first time for him to be micro-chipped, the practice was the friendliest I've been to, they put both Addy (the cat) and myself at ease. Highly recommended!
Reviewed by: Catherine Sutton on 15/02/2016
Max was 4 when he was diagnosed with hip and elbow dysplasia. At that time he was unable to walk very far. Now he is almost 10 and like a puppy, bouncing around!
We have been given so much help and support over the years from both the vets & nurses, Max would not be so well without them all. Nothing is ever 2 much trouble and they will always see him even at last minute. We were given advice, exercises, medication and regular reviews and he is doing really well.
Despite having a few operations,injections, being shaved when he had wet eczema & having his ears cleaned out he still loves going 2 see everyone and always get lots of fuss. I think he would stay there given half a chance which is brilliant and very reassuring.