Treating your pet

Discover more about the treatments we can offer your pet. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, please feel free to get in touch with us – we will be more than happy to help.

Soft tissue surgery

Our skilled veterinary surgeons perform a wide range of soft tissue surgeries. This includes wound repair, neutering and lump removals alongside more specialised surgeries such as eye lifts (yes, pets sometimes need them too!) All our anaesthetics are constantly monitored by the nurses and vets using current equipment.

Our vets will discuss all aspects of a surgical procedure in detail with you before your pet is admitted. Your pet's safety is our priority, and all vital signs are carefully monitored before and during the anaesthic or sedation to prevent any unnecessary risk or potential complications.

Orthopedic surgery

Our consultant orthopedic surgeon (Tommy Hargittai DVM, PGC(SAS), MRCVS) offers expert canine and feline orthopedic surgery. He has a special interest in innovations in ortho-implants and developed one of his own: the Ridgestop System, Orthomed UK.  He continues to be involved in the development of new innovations.  He has also lectured on patella luxations for veterinary surgeons attending CPD courses.  

Dental care

It is important to keep your pet's mouth as healthy as possible for as long as possible.  A dry food diet and regular dental checks with your vet are recommended to prolong the health of your pet's teeth and gums.  We offer ultrasonic descaling and polishing as well as extractions.  Did you know, some insurance companies will cover dental work if you can show that you have had your pet's teeth checked annually? 



Outpatient treatment

Our clinic provides wide ranging outpatient services to support the health of your pet.  These include:

  • Medicine checks
  • Full health checks
  • Vaccinations
  • Microchipping
  • Weight clinics
  • Diagnostic blood tests
  • Claw clipping
  • Tick removals


Laboratory diagnostics

We offer in- and out-house blood analysis, testing a wide range of issues which include:

  • fungal and bacterial infections
  • diabetes, kidney and other diseases
  • microscopic examination for various parasites in blood, faeces or on the skin
  • feline leukaemia virus (FeLV), feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) and feline AIDS (FIV)
  • urine status and sediment
  • allergies

Digital imaging


  • ultrasonic testing is a modern method of detecting certain diseases, tumours and pregnancy. Our vets carry out ultrasonic scans to determine the health of a pregnancy, number of foetuses and the estimated the due date. Ultrasounds can be done during a consultation.


Digital x-rays

  • used to diagnose fractures, detect foreign bodies, internal diseases (bladder or kidney stones) and tumours. All X-rays are uploaded to your vet's computer which is shared with you during consultations.

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