Our reception is designed to help us interact with you and your pet
This is a special room that's a bit more cosy than your average consultation room
Our microscope is set up with a camera to allow us to take pictures of images we see
These are our In house blood and urine analysis machines
Our Consultation Rooms are designed to help you and your pet feel at home
This is a special Room that's a bit more cosy than your average consultation room
These are our in-house blood and urine analysis machines.
They allow us to run an array of blood and urine tests quickly without having to send them to an external laboratory
Our Microscope is set up with a camera to allow us to take pictures of what we see down the lens
Our special isolation ward is specifically for sick pets who may be contagious. There is a even a back entrance to avoid contact with other animals
We stock most of Medications you will need for your pet
We stock most of the medications you will need for your pet
We provide a seperate ward just for cats in hospital so that they are away from the hustle and bustle and can relax more easily
With big runs as well as small beds, our dog ward caters for any size canine companion
Our consultation rooms are designed to make you and your pet feel at home
The dog ward includes big runs as well as smaller enclosures
This is a special ward mainly used for patients with infectious dieases
We can perform heart and abdominal ultrasound to assist in diagnostics for a wide range of illnesses
Our digital full body X-ray machine produces highly detailed digital images
We can perform many different surgeries right here in our very own theatre
Our X-ray machine is designed to take quality images of any part of your pets body
We can perform many different surgeries and they are performed here in our theatre
This machine gives vital information to the nurse during an anaesthetic
A "simple dental" uses more pieces of equipment and machines then any other surgery!
This is our main aneasthetic monitoring machine, it helps guide us in maintaining a safe anaesthetic for your pet
Our dental x-ray machine is state of the art and makes fantastic images
Dr Karan taking dental X-rays on a patient during thei dental procedure
This gives us invaluable information on the health of their teeth below the gum line
This is a dental X-ray of a dogs teeth
Here we can see not only the tooths surface but also its internal structures as well as the tooth root sitting in the bone of the jaw
Dr Karan taking dental X-rays on a patient during an anaesthetic
This is an image of a dogs teeth taken during their dental procedure
Another image of a dogs teeth. These are the front teeth (Canines and incisors)
These are beds strategically placed in the middle of the treatment room with easy viewing at all times for patients recovering from anaesthetic.
Recovery is one of the most dangerous times in an anaesthetic and close monitoring is vital
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