OUR LATEST PENMELLYN VETS NEWSWith local Cornwall news and events
All in a day’s work at for our surgeon Colin at A30 Referrals Penmellyn Vets
Kathy has been with Penmellyn Vets for 23 years and counting!
We have an exciting new vacancy for an RVN
Lots of cuddles for Reggie who came in to St Columb to be castrated. Benefits of castration….
Palm oil is highly toxic, so please steer clear and call the coastguard if you come across anything suspicious
We have a HUGE thank you to say to you, our wonderful Penmellyn St Columb clients
Dad-of-two, Alex, from Truro, took this wonderful image of a man taking his pet goose for a walk!
Important information for chicken and other captive bird owners
The grand total raised for Children in Need at St Columb was £217.81
Katie, Pete, Rachel and Phil went to the 2 day London Vet Show in November
A recall has been issued after flea and tick treatments for dogs – containing Permethrin – were distributed in packaging labelled as flea drops for cats
Mr Woods said he had been “flabbergasted” by the response to his call for people to join him and Walnut
Have you been to Penmellyn Vets in the last 12 months?
Penmellyn Vets Newquay warmly welcome Kelly Solway to their nursing team
Kiara is a baby Horsfield Tortoise we met when she came into Penmellyn Vets St Columb
Chilly mornings and dark evenings herald the arrival of hibernation season for hedgehogs
The search is on for vets and vet nurses to participate in an “access all areas” documentary charting daily life in practice
Registered Veterinary Nurse position – Penmellyn Bodmin, Cornwall
Prepare for the 5th November that falls on a Saturday night this year!
Keeping your cat safe during Halloween and bonfire night celebrations
Have you heard of our ‘Refer a friend’ scheme?
We regularly hold ‘clinical clubs’ with our vets
We are looking for an enthusiastic, friendly receptionist to join the team at our St Columb Hospital
A new study has shed light on why some dog owners feel more motivated to walk their dogs than others