Welcome to Cedarmount Vets
At Cedarmount Vets Bangor, all of our staff are pet owners, and we understand how worrying it is if they are sick. We aim to help you have healthy, happy pets. Cedarmount Vets mainly see patients from Bangor, North Down and Ards, but increasingly we take referrals from much farther afield.
Our reputation has spread across the province and our modern facilities and medical equipment facilitate a high standard of veterinary care.
Cedarmount Vets do not do waiting lists. Make an appointment to see us and find out for yourself why we have been so popular for over forty years. We treat your pets as if they were our own.
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Free Puppy & Kitten Health Checks
Our free puppy and kitten health checks and our fantastic half price Puppy and Kitten starter packs put emphasis on preventing serious illness and preventable disease right from the start.
Cedarmount Care Pet Health Plans
All dogs, cats and rabbits can be signed up to our great value Cedarmount Care Pet Health Plans which spread the cost of those vitally important health checks, vaccinations and parasite control treatments over the year.
We are very proud to be accredited as a Cat-Friendly Clinic, the first in Bangor. Staff dedication, as well as our facilities and equipment, allowed us to achieve these prestigious awards in 2017, demonstrating our commitment to treating your pets to the highest standards.
Rabbit Friendly Clinic
We are a Rabbit Friendly Vet with the RWAF. Staff dedication, as well as our facilities and equipment, allowed us to achieve these prestigious awards in 2017, demonstrating our commitment to treating your pets to the highest standards.
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At Cedarmount, we are proud of the care we give. We can achieve fantastic successes in treating even severe disease these days. Cancer can be beaten, and quality of life preserved. The blind dog can have sight restored.