We microchip cats and dogs. We are able to scan and quickly rehome the many stray dogs that are bought to us, especially after storms.
Oncology has become a very important part of our practice with many patients receiving chemotherapy, usually after surgical resection of tumours. We frequently utilise the services of specialist veterinary oncologists via email and telephone consultations, to help us tailor the chemotherapy protocols.
Used especially for shallow skin tumours such as skin cancer in cats.
Desexing helps in your pet’s long term health and behaviour training.
Canine blood donors help ensure we have enough emergency blood supply.
All pets undergoing a dental procedure have their teeth thoroughly assessed before treatment. We use ultrasonic dental scalers and high speed drills similar to those used by human dentists. The dental drills allow non-traumatic extraction of diseased teeth reducing post operative pain and allowing faster recovery from major dental work. We also use local anaesthetic …
Our intensive care is maintained at the highest standard through ongoing professional development of our vets and nurses. The skilled staff have the latest equipment to utilise in caring for your pet. Equipment used includes IV fluid pumps, pulse oximeters, blood pressure and ECG monitoring, oxygen administration equipment, blood transfusions and pathology allows us to …
Safe and effective anaesthesia for pets undergoing surgery
Soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery