Our modern clinic has separate, fully-equipped wards for feline and canine patients, reducing stress during their stay. In-floor heating, heat pumps and ventilation systems make for a warm, cozy environment. There are separate cages in the treatment room, allowing our qualified veterinary nurses to monitor all critical care patients more closely.

We keep our patients comfortable with soft and clean bedding. Fresh water and food is available, unless there is a medical reason to not offer them, which is unusual. We have a selection of diets available for each case.

We use Feliway and Adaptil diffusers in our wards; these help our patients feel more comfortable in their environment, reducing stress and make their stay more positive. We also believe in a ‘less is more’ handling policy, to reduce your pet’s anxiety.

IV fluid therapy

We give intravenous fluid therapy in a wide range of cases. From routine surgeries to emergency and critical patients, geriatric patients, sick dehydrated cases (acute vomiting/diarrhoea) and, most commonly, chronic renal (kidney) failure patients.

Once we have an intravenous catheter placed, it allows easy access for fluid therapy and, in critical cases, it lets us easily administer life-saving medications. All our fluid drips are connected to an infusion pump to allow precise control over the flow rate and the amount delivered.

Qualified & caring vet nurses

We have a team of caring and compassionate veterinary nurses. They treat your pet as if they were their own. Each day, our veterinary nurses’ job is to provide for the needs of our hospitalised patients and to keep owners updated with progress. Our veterinary nurses complete the following tasks in our hospital every day:

  • Monitor critical and unstable patients
  • Monitor patients recovering from their anaesthesia
  • Administer medications
  • Monitor and assess pain
  • Keep patients clean, happy and comfortable
  • Make sure food and water available
  • Take dogs for regular toilet breaks
  • Clean the hospital cages after your pet has gone home
  • Maintain strict hygiene protocols between patients
  • Most importantly, supply endless TLC and cuddles