Preventative care is very important when owning a pet. Vaccinations form a very important part in ensuring your pet’s good health. These are done once a year during which your Vet will also do a thorough physical examination to ensure that your pet is in good health.
A microchip is a permanent method of electronic identification. The chip itself is very small – about the size of a grain of rice – and is implanted subcutaneously (just under the skin) between the shoulder blades at the back of your pet’s neck. Each chip has a unique number that is detected using a microchip scanner.
Spays and castrates are a commonly performed surgical procedures. It can prevent certain types of cancer, reduce wandering and behavioural issues and it helps cut down the number of animals flooding our shelters in need of homes.
Managing your beloved pet’s weight starts by tracking it. We will weigh your pet when they come in for a consultation and we will let you know whether your pet is overweight for his/her breed, age and bone structure. If your pet has been gaining weight since entering his senior years, an increasingly sedentary lifestyle may be to blame, especially if he/she is starting to suffer from degenerative joint disease (arthritis) that limits his/her mobility. Our clinic will address these issues while recommending an excercise programme and pet nutrition regimen to help him/her to lose weight and reach their goal weight.
Animal disease diagnostics is an important step between the cause and cure of disease. The cause of death is vital information when deciding a treatment plan for other animals. Animal disease diagnostics laboratories serve to improve animal health not only for production purposes, but for the entire area they serve.
The hospital also has the necessary facilities to house your animals during recovery after treatment or surgery.
Preventative medicine is a very important part of our service to our clients. This includes creating health and production management plans according to every client’s unique needs.
Sterilisations, soft tissue surgeries, certain orthopaedic procedures and other reproduction procedures are performed at our clinic.
Veterinary dentistry is the field of dentistry applied to the care of animals. … Similar to human dentists, they treat conditions such as jaw fractures, malocclusions, oral cancer, periodontal disease, stomatitis, and other conditions unique to veterinary medicine (e.g. feline odontoclastic resorptive lesions).
Euthanasia & Cremation
One of the hardest decisions you have to face is to make a decision to have your beloved pet euthanized. As a responsible and caring pet owner, it is sometimes the only choice left to prevent pain and suffering
What Happens During a Pet Cremation? The intense heat vaporizes the organic matter and reduces it down to ashes and bone. Any type of metal that was in or on the animal such as metal pins or a buckle on the collar is removed by hand or with a magnet.