Pembrokeshire Pets Benefit From an Expanding All Pets Vet Care


Pembrokeshire Pets are now able to access to an improved service at All Pets Vet Care following the Practice’s recent expansion. Housed in the Old Docks Building, Milford Waterfront, the Practice has created space for extra facilities including an office, shower room and storage facilities for supplies. As well as taking on extra space they have introduced a new home visiting service, the first of its kind in Pembrokeshire.

All Pets Vet Care has been offering a first class, professional veterinary service since September 2009 following a full alteration and improvement programme on the previously dilapidated Old Docks building.  The redevelopment has transformed the building into an impressive, state-of-the-art vet’s practice – both structurally and cosmetically. This led to it winning the prestigious Practice Design Award, a UK-wide bi-annual competition run by the British Veterinary Hospital Association.

Always innovating, All Pets Vet Care was the first practice in South Wales to offer therapeutic K- laser treatments, as well as being the first practice in Pembrokeshire to offer dental x-rays and keyhole bitch spays. Veterinary dentistry is of special interest to the practice and all the clinical staff have received additional training in this area. The practice has even hosted dentistry and ultrasound courses which have been open to delegates from all over the country, thereby creating income for other local businesses.

Pembrokeshire Pets are also being treated at their homes for the first time thanks to All Pets Vet Care’s new home visiting service. The area from Dale to Pembroke, Cosheston and upwards to Haverfordwest is covered on set mornings which allows visit fees to be kept low and provides services for routine procedures like vaccinations, blood samples, blood pressure measurements, bandage changes and more.

Billa Schleicher MRCVS, Owner of All Pets Vet Care, commented:

“We are passionate about offering the best service possible to both owners and pets. The new expansion will allow us to continue this. Transforming this building 9 years ago was a labour of love, taking on the additional space was a natural progression for us. Also, being able to further improve our service by introducing home visits is a great achievement, and we are very excited to get started.”

Melanie Jenkins, Property and Legal Manager of Quayside Properties, added:

“All Pets Vet Care are longstanding tenants at Milford Waterfront and it is great to see them thriving. Whether you have two feet or four, they offer a truly top-class and personal service. We wish them all the best with their expansion and new initiative.”


The Port of Milford Haven is the UK’s top energy port and Wales’ busiest port handling around 20% of Britain’s seaborne trade in oil and gas. It is widely recognised in the industry as the energy capital of the UK.

The Port, along with the cluster of energy-related businesses along the Waterway, is a key driver of economic activity in Pembrokeshire, attracting inward investment and supporting over 4,000 jobs.

The Port of Milford Haven also owns and operates Pembroke Port and Milford Dock. Activities such as cargo handling, ferry operations, fish landing and cruise calls as well as a first class marina are spread across these two sites.

One of the most prominent on the West Coast, the Port is in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the only Coastal National Park in Great Britain. It is marked as a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) and has many areas designated as Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).

The Port of Milford Haven is a trust port – an independent, commercially run organisation that has statutory responsibilities governed by its Acts, to maintain and improve navigation and the provision of Port and Harbour services and facilities. Additionally, the Port provides significant financial and in-kind support to a wide variety of local causes. All profits are retained within the business to fund these objectives.


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