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5 Mount Pleasant, Plymouth PL5 3PG, UK – 01752 202979
My cat is well looked after here.Owner sends regular updates and photos while your away we wouldn't use anywhere else 😊
By far the best cattery in Plymouth without a doubt.
92 Donnington Drive, Higher Compton, Plymouth PL3 6QT, UK – 01752 657537
Liz is a very passionate and careing lady and nothing is to much trouble for her. We entrusted our beloved elderly cat mia who needs daily medication and were realy pleased when we were told about liz and were very inpressed with the cathaven set up,whilst we were away she kept in contact with us to put us at ease and to reassure us that mia was ok.we would highly recommend cathaven as it is a home from home for cats.Thanks liz . Mandy
Beautiful clean place for family pets ..the proprietor really knows her craft, she has has years of experience and be safe in the knowledge that your cats are in excellent care
The Old Forge House, 18 Tavistock Rd, Roborough, Plymouth PL6 7BB, UK – 01752 779999
Best vets in Plymouth! Duncan & his team are super friendly & I've never had an issue.
Incredible vets. Always able to get appointments, level of care is excellent, prices reasonable
The Veterinary Hospital Group, Colwill Rd, Plymouth PL6 8RP, UK – 01752 702646
Claire the vet was very thorough and made us feel very much at ease. This was my second visit as I went with my daughter and her dog and both times we've had experience excellent service. We would highly recommend this practice
Great service! We were down from Sheffield visiting family, when our dog injured herself. They squeezed us in same day they were very helpful and efficient. If we lived in Plymouth without a doubt, we would have them as our vets.
12 Burnett Rd, Plymouth PL6 5BH, UK – 01752 700600
Really helpful staff, always seem to be able to get our cats in when needed. Chose due to location as is great for emergencies. Prices are a little high but you do get what you pay for. Only issue is it would be nice to have areas for dogs only as they seem to scare a lot of the other animals, especially our cats.
After previously choosing a well-known, nationwide pet superstore's in-house vet service (they who shall not be named), I could not be happier with my choice to change vets: this experience was a world away from the dire, misinformed advice we had previously received in our early and somewhat naive dog-owning days. The fact the costing is far more appropriate (and I've done the research on the previous vet service's costing) is a mere side point when it comes to the sensitive care and expert veterinary advice you are given by Woodlands - I'd pay the astronomic prices of other vets for the quality of one particularly brilliant vet's consultancy alone. Everything was explained clearly and expertly, context was sought before any decision were made and all potential scenarios regarding timescales of recovery and medicinal requirements were transparent and forward-thinking. Our vet-shy dog (vet-hating, as we had previously thought) was made to feel comfortable and safe before any kind of veterinary inspections were made, and at that point the vet made it abundantly clear why it was important to stop any further inspections to avoid more damage. The reception staff were also particularly welcoming and helpful. All in all, you couldn't really ask for more. PLEASE NOTE: this glowing report, while entirely deserved, may be partly influenced by a conversely poor consultation with a previous vet.