Treatment for your pet

 

 

If your pet is taken ill, we will administer rapid treatment, causing as little distress as possible.

 

In many cases, regular check-ups can lead to detection and specific treatment of diseases in their early staged. A summary of the treatments we offer is below:

 

Soft Tissue Surgery

 

Our vets can perform a wide range of soft tissue surgery. This bracket encompasses wound repairs, neutering and lump removals alongside more specific surgeries.

 

Orthopaedic Surgery

 

We offer expert feline and canine orthopaedic surgery, with our experienced orthopaedic surgeon located at the Orpington Branch. If your animal should ever need orthopaedic care, we do our best to provide a rapid and comfortable internal referral service, keeping what may be a distressing move, stress-free.  

All our anaesthetics are constantly monitored by the nurses and vets using up to date equipment.

 

Our vets will discuss all aspects of a surgical procedure in detail with you before your pet is admitted to the surgery. All pets vital signs are checked before and during the anaesthic or sedation to prevent any unnecessary risk or potential complications.

 

Dental Care

 

Dental work ranges from ultrasonic removal of plaque to tooth extractions. We provide the right dental work for your pets' teeth. It is important to check your pet's teeth regularly, and many products are available to assist in keeping their teeth clean. Regular visits to one of our vets can help you to keep an eye on the health of your pet's teeth.

 

Outpatient treatment and advice

  • General examinations and treatment of dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, other small rodents , exotic animals and ferrets
  • Check ups for dogs and cats
  • Inoculations for dogs, cats, rabbits and ferrets
  • Health certificates and advice on foreign travel
  • Microchipping
  • Advice on feeding puppies, overweight animals and rodents and in certain cases of illness (food allergies, diabetes, liver and kidney diseases)

Laboratory diagnostics

  • Blood analysis for testing for diabetes, kidney and other diseases
  • Fungal and bacterial infection tests
  • Microscopic examination for various parasites in blood, faeces or on the skin
  • Tests for the feline leukaemia virus (FeLV), feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) and feline AIDS (FIV)
  • Urine status and sediment
  • Allergy testing



Other procedures include:

 

Ultrasound

  • Ultrasonic testing is a modern method of detecting certain diseases, tumours and pregnancy. Our vets carry out ultrasonic scans to find out the health of a pregnancy, often how many puppies/kittens there are and can estimate the due date for them. Our state of the art equipment allows us to see a great detail. Ultrasounds can be done during a consultation and does not need a seperate appointment.

 

X-rays Digital

  • We use our digital radiography equipment to quickly view images.
  • X-ray examination is used to diagnose fractures, detect foreign bodies, internal diseases (bladder or kidney stones) and tumours. All X-rays are up-loaded to our vets computer which is shared with you during consultations.

 



 

Andersons Veterinary Practice

125 Bromley Common

Bromley

Kent

BR2 9RJ

 

0208 4607222 (24hrs)

 

Fax

0872 331 3271

 

Email

bromleyvets@googlemail.com

 

 

Free Client Parking 

 

OPENING HOURS

Monday- Friday

8.30am- 7.00pm

Consultation by Appointment

 

Saturday

8.30am-12pm

Consultation by Appointment

 

Sunday service available

at our Orpington branch

9am-12.30p.m

Make an appointment with us today, call us on

0208 460 7222

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