We are pleased to announce that we can now offer our pet owners a new service to enable them to order their repeat medication and flea & worm treatment online, this means you can now place your orders with us 24/7 which will save you time ringing the surgery during working hours.
Please click on the Pet owners page, then scroll down to the prescription section and click on order now button which will take you through to the ordering form.
Please allow 2 full working days for your orders to be authorised and prepared and a member of our team will contact you to arrange payment and collection.
For 24 Hour Emergency Vet Services in Launceston, Cornwall Call 01566 772 211
Castle Vets, your local vet in Launceston, Cornwall
We are a long-serving vet in Launceston. Our vets treat both pets and farm animals from our veterinary practices in Launceston and Liskeard.
Local professional veterinary care for pets in the Launceston area
Your pets are in the best hands possible with Castle Vets. Our Launceston vet practice is easy to find and has plenty of parking – We provide routine and emergency vet treatment at our modern facilities. Book an appointment online with one of our friendly veterinary team or call 01566 772211. We look forward to meeting you and your pets soon.
To view all the vet services we provide for pets in Launceston, please click here
Your best choice of farm vet in Launceston and the surrounding area
The Castle Vets farm vet practice is an established veterinary practice based in Launceston. Our Launceston vets treat farm animals from big commercial units through to smallholders. We offer advice and treatment at the level your farm requires. We have in-house lab facilities, calf pens and lambing bays. If you wish to book a farm visit from one of our farm technicians please call the farm reception on 01566 772371.
To view all the veterinary services we offer farmers, smallholders and their farm animals, please click here
CASTLE VETERINARY GROUP – PRACTICE REFURBISHMENT
AIM: To increase the capacity and services of the existing veterinary practice by redeveloping the current premises in Launceston.
It is part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development