Special offers

For Puppies

vaccination package

85package
  • Two thorough clinical examinations
  • An Advocate spot on (active against lungworm, fleas, flea larvae, roundworms and mites)
  • A microchip
  • Four weeks (immediate) free insurance* with Petplan
  • [*insurance requires client activation]

Protect your pet and save money

Join our Pet Health Club and you too can cut the cost of veterinary care for your pet. Fixed monthly payments help you spread the cost. You will also receive exclusive discounts on dentals, microchipping and more. JOIN NOW!

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For Kittens

vaccination package

92package
  • Two thorough clinical examinations
  • An Advocate spot on (active against lungworm, fleas, flea larvae, roundworms and mites)
  • A microchip
  • Four weeks (immediate) free insurance* with Petplan
  • [*insurance requires client activation]

Contact us to book an appointment for your new arrival.

Discounts for equine clients

- Mondays & Wednesdays: East of Swansea
- Tuesdays & Thursdays: West of Swansea

Discounts are available on these days on visit fees, vaccines and tooth rasping.

Please book at least 24 hours in advance of anticipated call out by ringing 01792 403600 to arrange your visit.

See the "Equine Section" for further offers and packages.

Latest News

Our Penllergaer and Neath surgeries have been accredited as Cat Friendly!

We are proud to have been awarded Silver ISFM Cat Friendly Clinic Accreditation for both our Neath and Penllergaer branches.

What is ISFM Cat Friendly Clinic Accreditation?

The Cat Friendly Clinic Accreditation Scheme is an internationally recognised award, promoting high standards of care and well-being for feline patients.

Here at St James, we understand that due to the unique nature of cats, trips to the vets can be stressful. Cats are very sensitive to new sights, sounds and smells and do not enjoy being taken out of their familiar environments.

In receiving this award, alongside providing our excellent standards of care, we have demonstrated commitment to reducing stress for our feline patients.

How have we achieved accreditation?

To gain accreditation we have met strict criteria, designed to meet the specific needs of our feline patients, therefore reducing stress and promoting feline welfare.

These include:
• Handling cats in a gentle, calm and respectful manner
• Separate cat and dog waiting areas
• Addition of cat shelving in our waiting rooms, to enable cat carriers to be raised up off the floor and prevent cats from seeing other cats
• Re-arranging the layout of our waiting rooms so cats can enter the consult rooms without having to walk through the dog waiting areas
• Quiet and calm cat wards, separate from the dog wards
• Sizeable kennels, with areas to perch and hide to increase comfort whilst hospitalised
• Veterinary equipment specific for treating our feline patients

Whilst all staff at St James love seeing our feline patients, we have introduced ‘cat advocates’ at these branches, who ensure these standards are maintained and would be happy to chat to you!