A warm welcome to Mounts Bay Vets

Giving your pets the care they deserve.

Your local independent practice, committed to caring for your pets, day and night.

Pet Health Club

Join our Pet Health Club to save on preventative care and spread the cost of routine treatments.

24hr Emergencies

“What to do in an emergency”

All our emergency services are provided by our vets at our own premises in Longrock.

Vaccinations & Neutering

“At Mounts Bay Vets, we believe that prevention is truly the best medicine! A yearly health check allows us to prevent, diagnose and treat disease in its early stages.

Why Choose Mounts Bay Vets?

Since we first opened our doors in 2009, the team at Mounts Bay Veterinary Centre has been committed to your pet’s health and wellbeing. Our team of veterinary surgeons , nurses and support staff provide experienced, compassionate care throughout the West Cornwall area. 

We believe in working with you to provide the knowledge you need to put you in control of making health care decisions for your pet.

Your local independent vets in Mount’s Bay

Independently owned and operated by veterinary surgeons, Luke and Anna, our focus is on personal service and continuity of expert care. We are proud to carry additional Small Animal Practice accreditation with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and are certified as a Cat Friendly Clinic.

Emergency (Out Of Hours)

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Fees & Insurance

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Meet The Team

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Puppies & Kittens

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News & Information

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Hear from happy pet owners like you!

Mounts Bay is a very good practice that take good care of my cat. Their staff are always friendly and knowledgeable and I confident they will look after my cat’s needs very well. He’s had a few scraps with other cats and needed some treatments and stitches and he’s healed quickly with very little scarring. The vet on call out of hours has also been a great resource when we’ve needed advice urgently. Highly recommended Mounts Bay!

Jenny Gramnes
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All my animals go here. Vets are genuinely compassionate and caring. Latest visit was to introduce Winnie our 9 week old whippet puppy to Anna… We popped in yesterday as we were passing.. She was taken inside by Tish and got treats so won’t be afraid to go next time! Always a positive experience with these people.. And believe me they have seen me at my worst when my old dogs needed to be put to sleep… Our animals are in expert hands with this team. Can’t praise them enough.

Sue Mitchell
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Just got a puppy check appointment with no notice! I was passing and thought i’d check if I could one maybe next week, but they said bring her now. Very impressed!

Jacqueline Skipper
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Sustainability

Working sustainably is integral to our daily practice and we have taken initial steps to reduce our carbon footprint and reduce environmental impacts. These include use of recycled, and where possible, non-bleached, paper in all our literature, recycling and composting of waste, renewable source of electricity supply and a move to electrically powered vehicles. As a matter of course we do not use disposable items where reusable options are available, e.g. theatre caps and aprons

We are making further efforts to reduce energy consumption year on year, by choosing more efficient equipment and combating energy wastage e.g. turning off equipment, lights and heating when not in use. There is still more to be done and we are looking at all areas of clinical practice: this includes more efficient travel and supply systems, effective waste stream segregation and resources management by using products with lower energy production costs. We are also seeking additional ways to support our customers with reducing and recycling as part of responsible pet health and care.

Opening Hours

Our telephone lines are open throughout the day. We are conveniently located just off the A30 in Longrock, Penzance with ample free parking right by our front door.

Monday

 8.30 am to 6.30 pm

Tuesday

 8.30 am to 6.30 pm

Wednesday

8.30 am to 6.00 pm

Thursday

 8.30 am to 6.30 pm

Friday

 8.30 am to 6.30 pm

Saturday

9.00 am to 4:00pm

Sunday

Closed

24 Hour In-House Emergency Service

News & Information

LOOKING AFTER OUR LITTLER PETS

With the recent series of storms coming through, it is important to make sure that outdoor housed pets are warm and cosy. Although it is not often below freezing in Cornwall, the effects of wind chill can be just as harsh.  In the wild, rabbits will dig large...

Exercising with your dog: a healthier 2022

With the start of a New Year, you might be thinking of trying something new.  Or working towards building in more activity and fitness to your life.  We've got four great ways to kick start a more active 2022 with your dog: Try extending your usual walk a...

Christmas coping strategies for pets

This is a busy time of year for most of us and often extra vsitors add to the hustle and bustle for our pets.  Cats can find this stressful and so it is a good idea to make sure there are safe and comfortable places for them to get away to and hide when you have...

Reducing the Carbon Pawprint.

We are all becoming more conscious of sustainability issues and the need to consider the effects of our choices on climate change over recent years. Certainly pets are another contributor to our carbon emissions, but in many ways, they help to encourage healthier,...

Winter care for Guinea Pigs

As the winter weather brings cooler temperatures, the best plan is to bring your guinea pig inside. You can bring them into the garage if it is never used for car storage (as any exhaust fumes will be very dangerous). Indoors, make sure they are not too close to a...

Christmas safety for pets

Over the Christmas season, our pets are likely to meet some new hazards amongst the festive fun. From Christmas baubles to wrapping ribbon, turkey bones to batteries, lilies to tree lights, there are many little things to watch out for. Here are a few tips to help...

Successful fireworks snuggle-up tips

The nights are drawing in and we all know that means that firework season is approaching.  This is probably not the favourite event on a dog’s calendar:  from their point of view, they’re nasty things going whizz and bang just when you least expect them...

Seasonal Allergies

At this time of year, some pets can develop seasonal allergies, reacting to pollens and grasses for example, or they may get infestations of ear mites such as harvest mites which are small and orange and gather in ear flaps and between toes - these especially affect...

Tips for Keeping Your Pets Cool!

Always ensure your pet has access to cooler, shaded areas and allow for the sun moving overhead through the day.Shallow paddling pools and canopy beds for use in the garden can help keep your pet comfortable in the summer sunPet cool mats, frozen toys/treats, pet...

Car travel with Dogs

Taking your dog with you on holiday or to visit family and friends is part of normal life for most dog owners.  Following this advice can make travelling with your dog a much more relaxed experience. Safety first All dogs by law should be suitably restrained...