Cibyn Veterinary Clinic

Cibyn Veterinary Clinic We are a thriving Small Animal Practice located 5 mins from Caernarfon.
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We have now expanded to employ over 25 people;
12 Vets,
5 Qualified Nurses
3 Student Nurses
2 Animal Care Assistant
5 Receptionists
A Practice Manager and an Office Assistant

We provide 24 hour out of hours emergency cover all through the year. We have excellent surgical and diagnostic facilities at the clinic;
Digital X Ray machine
Ultrasound machine
In-house blood analysers and
much more. Ou

r vets have wide and varied interests:
Ceri Gruffudd Jones = Certificate in Small Animal Medicine
Anna Jackman = Ophthalmology Certificate
Bill Manton = Ophthalmology Certificate


Michael Sia - Keen interest in Avian and exotic care



Our Nurses can offer a wide range of Nurse Consults: Nail Clipping, A**l Gland Emptying, Weight Clinics, Dental Advice, Flea and Worm Health Checks etc

Some amazing news from our Ophthalmology referral service- Snowdonia Eye Vets! A massive congratulations to Jo on her ac...
12/06/2024

Some amazing news from our Ophthalmology referral service- Snowdonia Eye Vets!

A massive congratulations to Jo on her achievement! 🙌

Thanks also to everyone at Eickemeyer Veterinary Equipment for all the help and training

With yesterday being Pet Memorial Day, thought we’d share our Blue Monday post about places to help you with the loss of...
12/06/2024

With yesterday being Pet Memorial Day, thought we’d share our Blue Monday post about places to help you with the loss of your beloved pets x

Today is ‘Blue Monday’, supposedly the saddest day of the year. After the festivities of Christmas and New Year, many people feel the weight of loss much heavier, this feeling also includes the loss of a pet.

If you are struggling after saying goodbye to you best fur friend the and can help- they each have Pet Bereavement services available to help anyone who needs some support.

Below are links to their websites:
https://www.bluecross.org.uk/pet-bereavement-and-pet-loss

https://www.bhs.org.uk/horse-care-and-welfare/health-care-management/euthanasia/friends-at-the-end/ -in-touch-were-here-to-help

https://www.cats.org.uk/what-we-do/grief/paws-to-listen

10/06/2024

** Client Awareness**

We will not have any electricity or phonelines in the building tomorrow morning between 9:30am-11am. Our number will be diverted to another phone but with only 1 open line so there may be a wait if your are calling during this time.

If your query is non-urgent please call or visit us outside these times.

Diolch/Thank You

As of today it is a legal requirement in England that all domestic cats must be microchipped.A law which I'm sure will b...
10/06/2024

As of today it is a legal requirement in England that all domestic cats must be microchipped.

A law which I'm sure will be introduced to the rest of the UK in due course.

A microchip is an identification chip implanted into the scruff of dogs, cats and rabbits (other pets can also be chipped), these chips come with a unique number that is read by scanners.

Animal care professionals can then input this number into a database that will inform us where the information connected to that number is stored.

Once the database is found we can then recover the keeper and pet details. This allows us to be able to reunite stray pets with their owners quickly.

It is vital that the details connected to the unique number is kept up to date even if your pet may have been missing for several weeks.

It is already a legal requirement for all puppy's to be microchipped by the breeder before they move to their new homes.

If you would like to book your pet in for their microchip or if you are unsure of the chip number please call us and we can book you in with one of our nursing team.

This gorgeous girl is Magi! She came into the clinic late one evening with a wound to her side she had accidently sustai...
09/06/2024

This gorgeous girl is Magi!

She came into the clinic late one evening with a wound to her side she had accidently sustained while running around in her back garden.

As the wound was fresh and Magi was calm and her pain level was very low, a conscious closure was performed.
The area around the wound was clipped to remove the surrounding hair, was flushed thoroughly to remove any hair or dirt from the wound bed. Medical numbing cream was then placed on the skin and allowed to take effect before we injected local anaesthetic in a ring block. Once the area was numbed we used a sterile skin stapler to close the wound.

Throughout the procedure Magi was a star! Once finished she was given lots of fuss and cuddles for being so good and was sent home in a very snazzy protective medical shirt.

She came back in for 2 post-op checks to monitor her healing and we are happy to report she is back to her bouncy happy self!

*The 4th image is of the wound*

**Not all wounds sustained can be closed in this manner, most require either sedation or general anaesthesia to close due to location, depth and/or pain level.**

This happy and smiley girl is Winnifred! She came in a few weeks ago for her spay procedure, she had nothing but love to...
07/06/2024

This happy and smiley girl is Winnifred!
She came in a few weeks ago for her spay procedure, she had nothing but love to give to everyone at the practice who interacted with her.

As she is a member her owners saved 20% on her neutering.

Our Hypertension waiting room board is up - containing more information on the condition and it's consequences. If you a...
06/06/2024

Our Hypertension waiting room board is up - containing more information on the condition and it's consequences.

If you are worried at all about your cats health please give us a call and we can book you in with one of our vets for a health check.

Thank you Ceva Animal Health UK for the materials!

06/06/2024

The neutering deadline is fast approaching for exempted XL Bully owners whose dog was over one year old on 31 January this year ⏳

- Confirmation of neutering must be received by Defra by 26 July.
- If confirmation of neutering is not received by Defra before the deadline, the dog will no longer be exempt from the ban and will be at risk of being taken by the police.

Please do not delay and risk the heartbreak of losing your precious canine companion 💔

Find out more: http://pdsa.me/UiE4

[Visual description: White text on a burgundy background reads: Important reminder for XL Bully owners. If you live in England and Wales and your exempted XL Bully was over one year old on 31 January this year, they must be neutered by 30 June 2024. Confirmation of neutering must be received by Defra by 26 July 2024. If confirmation of neutering is not received by Defra before the deadline, the dog will no longer be exempt from the ban and will be at risk of being taken by the police. To arrange neutering, please speak to your vet as soon as possible.]

Can a cat look more comfy! Senior girl Lotty, came to see us when her owners were a little worried about  her weight los...
04/06/2024

Can a cat look more comfy!

Senior girl Lotty, came to see us when her owners were a little worried about her weight loss.
No obvious cause was found at consult and she appeared happy in herself so a Senior Wellness Check was recommended.

She was booked back in a few days later with one of our nursing team, where we took her Blood Pressure, a Blood Sample, Urine test and she was given another physical health check.

The results of these tests were passed back to her Vet for diagnosis and she was found to be Hypertensive (High blood pressure). The appropriate medication was prescribed and she came back in for a recheck a couple weeks later and was much more relaxed for her examination, her appetite had improved and was starting to put weight back on.

Hypertension can be a common secondary issue in older cats who may be suffering from kidney or thyroid disease but it can also be a primary problem that is hard to physically diagnose and can go untreated for a long time.

*Client Awareness Post*Hi everyone! On Thursday 6th June we will be having our skylights replaced.The skylights are loca...
03/06/2024

*Client Awareness Post*

Hi everyone!
On Thursday 6th June we will be having our skylights replaced.
The skylights are located above the corridor outside our main consult rooms this does mean that access to these consult rooms may be limited, because of this we have reduced the amount of consult slots on offer that day to ensure everyone's safety while the work is being carried out.

Our reception area is open as normal.

Diolch

We are looking for a new vet to join our ranks, initially as maternity cover but with the potential to be permanent :) P...
31/05/2024

We are looking for a new vet to join our ranks, initially as maternity cover but with the potential to be permanent :)

Please share to help spread the word.

Diolch

Oh and we can't forget all the cuddles, fuss and reassurance we give our patients on a daily basis 🥰🥰🥰
29/05/2024

Oh and we can't forget all the cuddles, fuss and reassurance we give our patients on a daily basis 🥰🥰🥰

29/05/2024

*STRAY*
* Owners Found*
Dog Male entire cross breed found by Kids play area in Felinheli.
Please give us a call if you think he could be yours.
Diolch

28/05/2024

*Stray Dog*
* update - Dog warden collected*

Found by the court house this morning- male tan lurcher, no chip or collar.
Please contact us if your missing him.

Dog warden will be called this morning to report also.

What VN's Do - and so much more.....
25/05/2024

What VN's Do - and so much more.....

Sweet boy Toby came in a couple weeks ago to see our nurse, Sara, for his puppy Weigh+Worm check! He was such a good boy...
23/05/2024

Sweet boy Toby came in a couple weeks ago to see our nurse, Sara, for his puppy Weigh+Worm check!

He was such a good boy and loved the cuddles that came along with his check over 🥰

**STRAY**Update - Unfortunately no owner came forward but one of our clients has come forward to rehome and help rehabil...
22/05/2024

**STRAY**
Update - Unfortunately no owner came forward but one of our clients has come forward to rehome and help rehabilitate him.

Update- URGENT call to the owner of this cat, we are concerned about his quality of life and need to make a decision about his future treatment. Please contact us asap. Thank you

Ginger entire male found in the middle of the Caernarfon bypass. Looks to be young, no microchip or collar.
He is injured but currently stable. Please let us know if you recognise him!

With the May Bank Holiday coming up, we will be closed on  Monday 27th (except in an Emergency), this also means we will...
21/05/2024

With the May Bank Holiday coming up, we will be closed on Monday 27th (except in an Emergency), this also means we will only be receiving 1 order form our wholesaler next week - If you have medication which we usually need to order in please make sure you get the request to us before 3pm today (Tuesday 21st).

Diolch

Early May Bank Holiday has snuck up on us - we will be closed this coming Monday, except in an emergency situation. If you have medication to collect please do so before 6:30pm this evening or we are open tomorrow morning between 8:30am -12:30pm.

We also have Spring Bank Holiday on Monday 27th May when we will also be closed except in an emergency situation.

What VN's Do - Dispensing Nurse
21/05/2024

What VN's Do - Dispensing Nurse

This is Tomos, a lovely 7r old male West Highland White Terrier, in for his   kennel cough and health check today. He's ...
20/05/2024

This is Tomos, a lovely 7r old male West Highland White Terrier, in for his kennel cough and health check today.

He's just had a groom and was looking very dapper and was super well behaved.
A big shout out to his owners for doing a great job brushing his teeth frequently, they were pearly white!

It's Tick Time! With the seasons changing and the weather warming up ticks will be more abundant. Make sure you give you...
18/05/2024

It's Tick Time!

With the seasons changing and the weather warming up ticks will be more abundant.

Make sure you give your pet a check over after every walks, especially if they have been off lead in woodland or grassy areas as they may have bought a few friends home.

Here are 3 ticks that were removed from a patient last week, each one showing different length of attachment - Ticks are usually small and can be difficult to see before they start feeding, as they feed their body becomes engorged with blood and are much more noticeable.

It's important to remove them quickly and safely;
Quickly because ticks carry disease that can be transferred to your pet.
Safely because they attach to the body by burrowing their heads in like a screw so they need to be removed by twisting them using a tick hook - do not pull or squeeze them as the head may remain embedded and this can potentially lead to an infection.

If you find a tick on your pet but are unsure about removing them please give us a call and we can book you in with one of our Nurses.

What VN's Do - In-Patient Nurse
16/05/2024

What VN's Do - In-Patient Nurse

15/05/2024
What VN's Do - Prep and Surgical Nurse
13/05/2024

What VN's Do - Prep and Surgical Nurse

How Hot is too Hot! Please do not leave your dogs in your cars today even with the windows down! This was the temperatur...
10/05/2024

How Hot is too Hot!

Please do not leave your dogs in your cars today even with the windows down! This was the temperature in one of our nurses cars that had both front windows open a third of the way down.

What VN's Do - Nurse Clinics
10/05/2024

What VN's Do - Nurse Clinics

A little late to the party, but HAPPY RECEPTIONIST DAY (for yesterday) to our awesome team at Cibyn 🥳🥰🥳
09/05/2024

A little late to the party, but HAPPY RECEPTIONIST DAY (for yesterday) to our awesome team at Cibyn 🥳🥰🥳

09/05/2024

There are lots of things we can do to help – not only during , but all year long!

Thanks to The Future Is Unmown for donating this infographic with vital advice on making ponds safe spaces which !
Please

09/05/2024

*Owner Found*

Unfortunetly we have had a badly injured brown tabby brought in to us from a member of the public from Madog street in Porthmadog. He is entire & has white markings on his nose and front paws.
Please get in contact with us ASAP of you think he might be yours.

Address

Llanberis Road
Caernarfon
LL552BD

Opening Hours

Monday 8:30am - 6:30pm
Tuesday 8:30am - 6:30pm
Wednesday 8:30am - 6:30pm
Thursday 8:30am - 6:30pm
Friday 8:30am - 6:30pm
Saturday 9am - 12:30pm

Telephone

+441286673026

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