Senior pets are more prone to certain age-related conditions, such as kidney, heart, joints and liver diseases. It is important to setup routine check-ups to detect health issues in the early stages when they are easier to treat.
Our veterinary dentistry services include cleaning, extraction, and all other aspects of oral health care. We suggest a regular dental check-up every 6-12 months to check for early signs of a problem and to keep your pet's mouth healthy.
Our clinics offer a number of surgical procedures for dogs and cats - soft tissue surgeries, cruciate ligament repairs, soft tissue surgeries, spay & neuter, dental extractions, and other routine surgeries.
Pet vaccinations help you avoid costly treatments for preventable animal illnesses. It is vital for your companions to have up-to-date vaccinations.
Microchipping is an unique, unalterable, and permanent form of identification that owners can provide for pets. It is a painless procedure that only takes a few seconds to complete.
Diagnostic imaging is essential for diagnosis in veterinary medicine. Our clinics provide a variety of veterinary imaging and diagnostic services including: Radiography (X-rays and dental x-rays), cardiac and abdominal ultrasound.
24 hour hospitalisation available for patients who require monitoring. Separate cat, dog and isolation wards ensure your pets are appropriately cared for.
Many diseases occur as animals age, and keeping a regular check on their health and welfare with your vet can often flag up changes or issues. Because dogs and cats age quicker than us, things can change quickly. We suggest an annual health examinations for animal aged 7 or above as a preventative health-care measure.
An allergy test is a powerful tool to determine what exactly is causing your pet's allergies. Blood allergy test can determine food and dust mite allergies, as well as allergic reactions to materials like cotton or nylon. It is less invasive than skin prick tests, but you may need both types of allergy test to help confirm a diagnosis.
Our house call services provide convenient, affordable in-home mobile veterinary services for your cats and dogs. If you are looking for at home veterinary care, please give us a call.
ECG screening is a test that is commonly used to assess the heart. When the heart beats, an electrical impulse is generated at the pacemaker. This impulse passes through the heart in a predictable manner that can be traced on an ECG recording. By analysing the electrical impulses, abnormalities within the heart can be found.