About Williams Vets

Williams Vets is a three centre independant mixed veterinary practice which covers the Dysynni, Dyfi and Mawddach Valley’s.  Among some of the most beautiful valleys in Wales the area boasts picturesque mountains and the wonderful cambrian coastline on our doorstep.

Our surgeries, in Tywyn, Cemmaes Road and Barmouth have fully equipped consulting rooms, kennels, operating theatres and large spacious waiting areas. We are able to deal with anything from suturing a wound to repairing a fracture with intramedullary pins or orthopaedic plates. We stock a large range of collars and leads, toys, bedding, pet food, etc.

The practice treats all types of animals including pets, horses and farm animals and we pride ourselves in the care given to your animals large or small.

The Practice also has digital x ray facilities, colour doppler small animal ultrasound scanners, ECG machine and blood testing equipment to avoid the delays of using an outside laboratory. Williams Vets is dedicated to giving the best quality of care and making use of the latest technology in the diagnosis and treatment of animals.

The vets are encouraged to attend courses and conferences to ensure the latest treatments and techniques are used where applicable on the cases they manage.

We take particular pride in our friendly and approachable staff. We carry out our own 24 hour emergency care, so you can be sure that you will see the usual staff even out of normal working hours.

A Little History

The practice was established back in 1983 by Vet Edward Williams with a veterinary surgery at the family home near Tywyn, Gwynedd and a surgery in the village of Cemmaes Road near Machynlleth ½ hour away.  The practice provided veterinary care to a large rural area treating both small and large animals.

Margaret and Hugh, Edward’s two children enjoyed their childhood on the busy family cattle and sheep farm and showed a strong interest from an early age.  In 2000 and 2001 respectively they both qualified as veterinary surgeons and returned home to Mid West Wales to develop the practice further whilst preserving the very traditional approach to mixed veterinary practice of reliable and friendly service to the rural community.

In 2009 we decided to build a purpose built veterinary surgery in Tywyn to accommodate the facilities required to offer a better service to the clients along side the surgery in Cemmaes Road which has also seen many changes  and improvements.

In 2013 it was decided to open a branch in the town of Barmouth providing closer facilities to the clients in the surrounding area. This branch has gone from strength to strength and during the years after opening more equipment has been added and now this surgery too can also offer a whole range of diagnostic and surgical procedures.