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Petplan Practice of the Year 2017 nomination
petplan star We are delighted to announce that for the 6th time running we have been nominated by our clients as Petplan Practice of the Year. We would like to thank all our clients for their continuing support.

Orthopaedic Services
We are delighted to announce that after 3 years of hard study and practical training, James Rutter has gained a Distinction in the prestigious, advanced Postgraduate Certificate in Small Animal Surgery. Specializing in orthopaedic and soft tissue surgery with a particular interest in cruciate repairs, Mr Rutter is happy to discuss potential surgical cases. Please call the practice to make an appointment.

Changes to the Anglesey Stray Dog Service
For 8 years we have acted as the out-of-hours reception point for all lost and found dogs on Anglesey. In this time, we have looked after more than 600 dogs and helped reunite them with their owners. With the introduction of compulsory microchipping, the need for our service has thankfully reduced dramatically, and we feel we can now hand over the batten in the knowledge that reuniting a lost dog with its owner should now be just a matter of a phone call.

If you have found or lost a dog on Anglesey, please contact the County Council Dog Warden on 01248 752 820 (9am-5pm Mondays to Fridays) who will advise you on the next step. Outside normal office hours, on weekends and bank holidays, please contact Bodrwnsiwn on 01407 720 800.

Changes to Dogs Trust neutering scheme
From the 1st of March, Dogs Trust has announced revised routes for its neutering scheme:

  1. The owner contribution will rise from £30 to £35 per neutering.
  2. Owners will need to provide a photo ID at time of admission.
  3. Only the following breeds are eligible for financial support: Staffies, Mastiff, Rottweiler, American Bull Dog, Greyhound, Lurcher, Akita, Husky, Malamute, German Shepherd, Samoyed, Jack Russell Terrier, Collie and clearly identifiable crossbreads of the above.

Pet Webinars: Educating pet owners online
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