Cambrian Veterinary Centre

37 High St
LL36 9AE


As dedicated small animal veterinary surgeons, we aim to provide up to date clinical treatment for your pets with the care and compassion that they deserve.

Clinic reviews

5 Stars - 10-12-2015 - Rob and Glen

Vinnie our 13 year old Weimerana Collie cross became suddenly very ill on Sunday afternoon. I telephoned Cambrian Vets and the vet arrived at the house in 20 minutes, she examined Vinnie and made a diagnosis. She explained everything to us and told us clearly what the options were. He passed away with the most possible dignity. Throughout this painful time we have been treated by everyone at Cambrian Vets with the upmost compassion and kindness.

5 Stars - 16-06-2015 - J Taylor

I can't recommend this practice highly enough,,the staff are ,kind,helpful and very professional and always keep in mind that our pets are very precious to us. My dogs love to go to the vets,knowing very well that Auntie Sue (veterinary assistant ) will give them a big fuss. I would recommend this practice to everyone and wouldn't dream of taking my dogs anywhere else,,,

5 Stars - 23-02-2015 - Anne, John & Aaron

On holiday recently Angus our cocker spaniel became very poorly with stomach pains. We rushed him to Cambrian Vets who took care of Angus and discovered that he had eaten sand, stones and wood off the beach. Angus stayed at Cambrian for 24 hours and made a full recovery. Thank you to all the wonderful staff who took care of our little boy and kept us up to date throughout his stay, we were able to visit Angus several times and were extremely impressed with the service. Thank you Cambrian!

5 Stars - 04-02-2015 - mustelid

For 15 years, we have had a chalet in the area and have many times had to use Cambrian vets for our various dogs. Although the personnel has changed (from Mr Jenkins on), the care and service has always been outstanding. I cannot recommend them too highly!

5 Stars - 16-11-2014 - Mark Davies

A big thank you to all the team at cambrian vets in tywyn for saving Taffy from almost certain death. Ref Chew bones.Taffy was quickly diagnosed as having a blockage and Sian perfomed emergency surgery on him to save him and the after care we recieved on his recovery was exemplary,with Sian phoning me in her own time on several occasions to check on his progress. a big thanks also to Sophie who helped out with Taffy who can be a bit of a handful at times. I would strongly recomend this practice to anyone for their pets wellbeing and care.

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