Services & Facilities

First class service for your companion

We’ve spent more than £250,000 in the last 12 months to provide an even better service for your companion.

Your pet is one of the family, and for that reason you want them to receive only the very best care from your chosen veterinary practice. That’s exactly what you’ll find at Treforest Vets.

In the past 12 months alone we have invested more than a quarter of a million pounds in brand new technology, equipment and premises to offer your companion a first class service when they come to see us.

Some of the services we offer and facilities we have include:

  • We’ve recently opened a new practice in Tonypandy to offer our trusted services to even more pet owners. The entire premises have been fully renovated and include brand new facilities, equipment and technology, as well as plenty of space. An ‘average’ new veterinary practice is about 1,500 square feet – our practice in Tonypandy is a huge 4,500 square feet!

  • Again, we don’t want your visit to us to be dreaded due to your companion being exposed to their natural ‘enemy’ in the waiting room. We therefore have divided cat and dog waiting areas in ourTonypandy reception so that felines don’t have to come into contact with canines whilst they wait to see us.

  • Should your companion ever require a surgical procedure you can rest assured they’re in great hands. We have 3 dedicated operating theatres across our two practices and we’re able to conduct a number of procedures from relatively straight-forward neutering through to more complex surgery such as bladder, spleen or liver operations.

  • When it comes to our patients we don’t want them to ‘fight like cats and dogs’. It’s for that reason we have separate cat and dog kennels to keep felines from canines to make their stay with us as comfortable – and stress free – as possible.

  • Our veterinary surgeons each take a strong personal interest in different areas of veterinary medicine. Our owner Mike particularly enjoys working with rabbits and ferrets; one of our vets Helen is working towards her ‘Advanced Veterinary Practitioner Certificate’ and is particularly interested in feline medicine; and our other owner Andrew has a Masters Degree in Veterinary Infectious Diseases & Control and has an extra understanding of the transmission of infection and how diseases behave.