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Williams Veterinary Surgeons

Williams Veterinary Surgeons Mixed Practice Veterinary Surgeons in Tywyn,Cemmaes Road Nr Machynlleth and Barmouth Williams Vets is a three centre family mixed veterinary practice which covers the Dysynni and Dyfi Valleys.

The Practice treats all types of animals including pets, horses and farm animals. Both surgeries have fully equipped consulting rooms, kennels and operating theatres with x-ray facilities. This allows us to deal with anything from suturing a wound to repairing a fracture with intramedullary pins or orthopaedic plates. We take particular pride in our friendly and approachable staff. We carry out ou

The Practice treats all types of animals including pets, horses and farm animals. Both surgeries have fully equipped consulting rooms, kennels and operating theatres with x-ray facilities. This allows us to deal with anything from suturing a wound to repairing a fracture with intramedullary pins or orthopaedic plates. We take particular pride in our friendly and approachable staff. We carry out ou

Operating as usual

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07/09/2022

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Mae Safonau Masnach Cyngor Gwynedd (Iechyd Anifeiliaid) wedi derbyn hysbysiad gan yr Asiantaeth Iechyd Anifeiliaid a Phlanhigion (APHA) ar y 5ed o Fedi 2022 am bresenoldeb ffliw adar pathogenaidd iawn (HPAI) H5N1 ar safle adar caeth yn Arthog, Gwynedd.

Mae Ardal Amddiffyn 3km a Pharth Gwyliadwriaeth 10 cilomedr wedi'u datgan o amgylch yr adeiladau heintiedig.

Mae manylion yr Ardal Amddiffyn a Pharth Gwyliadwriaeth hyn i'w canfod yma: https://orlo.uk/Notice_XXlPH

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Gwynedd Council Trading Standards (Animal Health) has received notification on the 5th of September 2022 from the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) of the presence of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5N1 on a captive bird premises in Arthog, Gwynedd.

A 3km Protection Zone and a 10km Surveillance Zone have been declared around the infected premises.

Details of these Protection and Surveillance Zones can be found on:

https://orlo.uk/Notice_O2gsz

We’ve had a little tabby kitten been bought into the Tywyn surgery this afternoon. About 7-8 wks and very friendly She’s...
07/09/2022

We’ve had a little tabby kitten been bought into the Tywyn surgery this afternoon. About 7-8 wks and very friendly
She’s been found in Bryncrug down the round towards Craig y Deryn is anyone missing a kitty round there. We will keep her for 7 days and then rehome if no one comes forward she’s a little sweetie

Our lovely vet Alice is running the Great North  Run this weekend for a small charity that means a lot to her family.  S...
07/09/2022
Alice ‘Runs’ the Great North Run

Our lovely vet Alice is running the Great North Run this weekend for a small charity that means a lot to her family. Sending lots of positivity and support to her.
RUN ALICE RUN 🏃‍♀️
If anyone has a few spare pennies and feels they would like to sponsor me ( no guarantees it will make me run faster, but it might get me to the end of the course at least!) please follow the link below.

And if anyone happens to be in Newcastle on the 11th, look out for the slow, beetroot-coloured lady near the back!

This September I will be taking part in the Great North Run. Those who know me will know that I am not a runner, so this is going to be challenging!

I will always appreciate a Ginger. Not that I’m biast 🥰❤️Show us your gingers 🥰
01/09/2022

I will always appreciate a Ginger.
Not that I’m biast 🥰❤️
Show us your gingers 🥰

🐱Rumour has it that Sir Isaac Newton (1642–1727) invented the cat flap, but this has not been proven and it has been sug...
01/09/2022

🐱Rumour has it that Sir Isaac Newton (1642–1727) invented the cat flap, but this has not been proven and it has been suggested that basic cat flaps may have been invented before this time. The term ‘cat flap’ has been around since the late 1950’s, but the cat flaps of today are much more sophisticated!

🐾Advantages:
Installing a cat flap means that a cat has free access to the outside world. This can help reduce any frustration experienced by relying on humans to be let in and out i.e. not possible when an owner is at work, or busy elsewhere in the house.
Having a cat flap available to be used at any time also means a cat can come inside if it wants to avoid bad weather, other cats, or to avoid something frightening, like fireworks

🐾Being able to leave the house at any point can help reduce conflict in a multi-cat household, as it gives resident cats the opportunity to escape each other. Cat flaps are also more convenient for owners and may prevent unwanted behaviours from their cat (such as excessive vocalisations) when it wants to go outside.

🐾Disadvantages:
Cat flaps can be an issue if unfamiliar cats are able to come into the house – imagine coming home to find a stranger in the house! This can be particularly problematic if food is placed near the cat flap, as the smell and sight of the food may entice interloper cats inside.

🐾Placing litter trays near cat flaps if not ideal, as unfamiliar cats may p*er inside when the resident cat is attempting to use the tray, causing a litter tray aversion and increasing the likelihood of house soiling – imagine having someone p*ering at you when you are trying to p*e – no thanks!

🐈 There are lots of different types of cat flaps, but the microchip activated ones are ideal, as they only allow cats with the programmed microchip number to use them.

🐈You can also help your cat to feel more secure using a cat flap by strategically placing plant pots with shrubs, flowers etc either side of the cat flap outside , that way your cat will feel less exposed when it exits the cat flap.

Don’t forget, it’s a bank holiday on Monday Our surgeries will be closed. In case of an emergency please call 0165471094...
27/08/2022

Don’t forget, it’s a bank holiday on Monday
Our surgeries will be closed.
In case of an emergency please call
01654710948 to talk to our on call vets

Update - beautiful Coco is a maltipochon ( what a mix) 🐾🐾Did you know it’s international dog day. 🐾🐾Meet Princess Coco C...
26/08/2022

Update - beautiful Coco is a maltipochon ( what a mix)
🐾🐾Did you know it’s international dog day. 🐾🐾
Meet Princess Coco Chanel one our newest clients at Williams Vets,
💗💖💗isn’t she pretty💖💗💖
Bet you can’t guess her breed mix
Send us some cute dog pictures to celebrate our lovely fur babies

Exercise builds puppies' bodies as well as their minds, however, any exercise that is not appropriate for their age and ...
25/08/2022

Exercise builds puppies' bodies as well as their minds, however, any exercise that is not appropriate for their age and development can cause significant damage.
(Puppy Culture, Puppy Fitness - That fits the puppy)

Our puppies are growing. They have ‘growth plates’, which are soft areas that sit at the end of the long bones. They contain rapidly dividing cells that allow the bones to become longer. Growth plates gradually become thinner as hormonal changes approaching puberty signal the growth plates to close. In puppies, the growth plates are usually closed by around 18 months of age. This varies with different breeds, with small breed puppies maturing faster than your large breeds.

Until the growth plates are closed, they are soft and vulnerable to injury.
For puppies under 18 months old, self-directed play is far better than repetitive exercise, so long walks and hikes should be avoided until the puppy reaches this age.

The majority of exercise for puppies should be free play, exploring and wandering around. If the puppy shows any signs of fatigue, flopping down, refusing to walk - you should listen to them and let them rest.

When I take young puppies out in new environments, primarily I am focusing on them watch and absorb their new surroundings. Perhaps with a bit of loose lead walking training, exploring on a loose lead thrown in xx

This little chapIs still missing from Tywyn, obviously this is not a familiar area to him either. Please keep your eyes ...
22/08/2022

This little chap
Is still missing from Tywyn, obviously this is not a familiar area to him either. Please keep your eyes open

Have you been using the same flea and tick treatment to your cat for ages, but always struggle to administer it? 🤔😕Does ...
20/08/2022

Have you been using the same flea and tick treatment to your cat for ages, but always struggle to administer it? 🤔😕

Does your cat get upset and do you worry that he or she won’t interact with you afterwards? 😿

🩺Well, all you need to do is ask your veterinary team for other options because there are lots to choose from nowadays! 🤩

🩺Your veterinary team will have extensive knowledge of all the different flea and tick treatments available and will be able to advise you on the best one to use.

🩺 We can also show you how to administer your cat’s flea and tick treatment, remember we do this all the time, so we know all the tricks and tips!

💚Veterinary nurses are particularly good at administering medication to cats, so please feel free to ask us and we will show you.

Make treating ticks and fleas hassle and stress-free for both you and your cat by asking for newer tablet options that many vets are recommending 👍

🐱 Some cats find these small tablets less stressful than other treatments as they can be easily hidden in food or treats.

Some tick and flea treatments also leave residue on cats’ fur which can transfer to furniture, owners, and others in contact with the cat 🫤

Remember that it shouldn’t be difficult to medicate your cat for fleas and ticks – you just need to find out what works best for your cat and is easiest for you to administer or apply, be that a tablet, spot-on or collar 👍

🩺Always use flea and tick treatments recommended by your vet.

For more information about stress-free treatment options for tick and flea infestations please go to 👇

http://www.stressfreepet.

#catcare #cathealth

https://www.facebook.com/letourdecorPob lwc i feibion Bro Ddyfi ar ei ail ddiwrnod o daith beicio o Gaergybi I Gaerdydd ...
18/08/2022
Le Tour de Cor

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Pob lwc i feibion Bro Ddyfi ar ei ail ddiwrnod o daith beicio o Gaergybi I Gaerdydd

Os hoffech gyfrannu tuag at elusen teilwng iawn sef Uned cemotherapi Bronglais - Dilynwch y linc isod

Daliwch ati bois! 🌟 🌟🌟

Good luck to Bro Ddyfi male voice choir who will be cycling from Holyhead to Cardiff over the next few days. If you’d like to donate please click the link below.

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/iestynmeddins?fbclid=IwAR2yFM48_aVL5o32zmILuKW92V5ZK5KAKi-_2DS3IE6Zvjd22kiOK85OBa0

Help Iestyn Meddins raise money to support Hywel Dda Health Charities

🐈‍⬛ come on let’s appreciate those 🐈‍⬛ Send us some pictures of those beautiful fur babies
17/08/2022

🐈‍⬛ come on let’s appreciate those 🐈‍⬛
Send us some pictures of those beautiful fur babies

🐰 🐇 Does you rabbit like you? Rabbit emotions can be very subtle - most  don't tend to bound up to you wagging like a do...
17/08/2022

🐰 🐇 Does you rabbit like you? Rabbit emotions can be very subtle - most don't tend to bound up to you wagging like a dog. However, there are lots of subtle signs that your rabbit likes having you around. If your rabbit isn't quite there yet, don't worry, it takes time to build a relationship with a rabbit, but often the ones hardest to win over become those extra special friends. How does your rabbit show affection?

First published in the excellent Bunny Mad magazine

We all know how to keep ourselves cool when the sun has got its hat on, but do you know how to protect your furry pal wh...
14/08/2022

We all know how to keep ourselves cool when the sun has got its hat on, but do you know how to protect your furry pal when they’re feeling the heat? 🌡️☀️

Imagine being in the sunshine in a coat you can’t take off. Sound uncomfortable? Well, that’s what our furry friends have to deal with as the weather warms up! 🥵 And although they can't keep cool as easily as we can, it’s important to know that there are lots of things you can do to help protect them from the heat on hot summer days. ⛱️

🐶 Our vet advice on keeping your DOG cool in summer: http://pdsa.me/COwA

😺 Our vet advice on keeping your CAT cool in summer: http://pdsa.me/LFgv

🌊 🌊WATER INTOXICATION 🌊🌊Beware of water intoxication in dogs! This is caused by excessive water intake by the dog while ...
13/08/2022

🌊 🌊WATER INTOXICATION 🌊🌊

Beware of water intoxication in dogs! This is caused by excessive water intake by the dog while playing in the water. It is a condition that can cause serious brain damage and even death in extreme cases. When there is too much water in the body fluids, sodium levels outside the body cells become significantly depleted.

Symptoms can include -
Lethargy
Vomiting
Bloating
Loss of coordination
Restlessness
Pale gums
Drooling excessively
Dilated pupils

To prevent this from happening you can:
- Limit the amount of time your dog spends in the water.
- Use a flat toy rather than a ball to stop the dog opening their mouth as wide.
- Avoid letting them dive underwater to retrieve a toy.

If you suspect this is happening to your dog whilst playing contact your nearest vet and get them there ASAP.

We aren’t wanting to stop you and your dog having fun we just want to make you aware of what could potentially happen when your trying o keep your dog cool.

Don't forget about outdoor pets in this heat❗️ 🐰 Any Rabbits/Guinea Pigs that live outside should be moved into the shad...
12/08/2022

Don't forget about outdoor pets in this heat❗️

🐰 Any Rabbits/Guinea Pigs that live outside should be moved into the shade where possible. If your garden doesn't have a shaded area then gazebos or umbrellas can be used to create shade.

🐹 Provide plenty of water and change at least once a day for cooler water as it can quickly heat up. The silver metallic part of the water bottle can also get hot, so it is best to provide a ceramic bowl of water as well to encourage more drinking.

🐰 Small furries can be offered frozen water bottles to lay against.

🐹 Place cold damp towels over the hutch roof and ensure they are dampened with cold water regularly.

In hot weather rabbits are more at risk of attracting the attention of flies. Flies can lay eggs in litter trays and also on the rabbit themselves if they have dirty fur so it is important to check around their tail regularly.

When flies lay eggs on the rabbit they hatch into maggots and cause fly strike. During the early stages of flystrike, symptoms will include:

⚠️ Lethargy
⚠️ Hiding away
⚠️ Refusing food
⚠️ A nasty smell coming from the hutch
⚠️ Attempted digging in one corner

Once the condition becomes more severe, the rabbit might display signs of shock, which can include collapse. There will also be visible changes to the fur surrounding the bottom – it may appear darker in colour or have a damp or matted appearance.

During warmer periods when there are many flies around, you might want to consider a topical product to keep your rabbit safe such as 'Rear Guard' which is applied around the tail area. 🐰

11/08/2022

What she says make sense. Please be careful with all your dogs in this weather.

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Pendre Enterprise Park
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Monday 8:30am - 5pm
Tuesday 8:30am - 5pm
Wednesday 8:30am - 5pm
Thursday 8:30am - 5pm
Friday 8:30am - 5pm
Saturday 8:30am - 12pm

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Lovely to meet some of your team today for my vaccinations, thank you for the treats 🥰. Special thanks to Auntie Annette even if she did give me a worm tablet 🤣
Disaster o noson!!! Herbie bach wedi cal trip ir Vets!!! 🙈🤦🏼‍♀️💙 Wedi bod yn ddiwrbod bach fel hyn! Disaster of an evening!!! A trip to the Vets for little Herbie!! 🙈🤦🏼‍♀️💙 Its been one of those days! Diolch Amy at Williams Veterinary Surgeons for attending to my goat while also listening to my crying child upsetting because his pet goat was understandebly upset 🤦🏼‍♀️ #disaster #herbiebaby #brokenleg #goat #badday #itsbeenoneofthosedays #farming #petgoat
On behalf of the whole Jones family Thanks to all the staff that have cared for Max from birth till he take his last breath last night. Your all fantastic xx Ps sorry to lovely vet that I was such a mess
Huge Thank you to Hugh, Alice, John, Annette and the rest of the team at Williams Vets Towyn & Barmouth without your expertise Hugo wouldn’t be here today after suffering from GVD emergency surgery was needed to untwist his stomach and remove his spleen as it was compromised because of the torsion. It’s now 10 days post surgery and his recovery has been swift he is back to his normal hyper self. Thank you so much for saving my boy x
https://www.facebook.com/1291741412/posts/10220396463203617/?sfnsn=scwspmo Hugh my Mr Puds would be perfect for this job lol He needs to earn his keep x
Huge than you to Hugh to coming out to my pony bobby this morning and treating him amazing service and such a caring vet Thank you so much yet again
A huge thank you to everyone at Cemmaes Road, Blodwen has been unwell on and off for a few weeks and today a scan revealed she has gallstones. Thankfully the treatment is straightforward and we couldn’t be more relieved. It’s been a stressful time but we know we will always receive kind, caring support, advice and treatment when it’s needed.
I would like to thank Ed for being so kind yesterday with Miss Puss. I was too emotional to even think about the carrier so left it there! Thank you for letting me be with her, that helped a lot. Maybe we can pick up the carrier when we collect her ashes. Also thank you to whoever gave us the appointment even though you were fully booked. Xx
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MISSING:Mojo was last seen Friday night. Lives in Maesegryn, Llanegryn. Medium sized, black neutered male, green eyes, overhanging top fangs. Friendly. Microchipped to previous human NJones, and called Rory.