Focused surgical care
We perform a range of different types of surgery every day. From routine soft tissue surgeries like spay and neuter and those that are more complex like bone repair. The performance of surgery is under general anaesthesia which we tailor to suit your pet’s age, sex, breed and general health status. We couple this with careful monitoring to ensure that surgery goes as smooth as possible. In some instances, we may require blood work on your pets. It helps us to provide excellent patient care for your pets before general anaesthesia. We get critical information on your pet’s internal organs, and blood count which we use for the delivery of safe general anaesthesia.
We pay great attention to pain management during and after any surgery we perform to make your pets as pain-free and comfortable as possible.
Prevent unwanted pregnancy
Having a litter of puppies and kittens may feel fulfilling, but have you considered what you will do with all of them? There are not enough homes for unwanted pets. There are also many myths about spay and neuter. We encourage owners to dispel these myths by discussing the benefits of spay and neuter with us.
Spaying and neutering are surgical procedures completed with the animal under general anaesthesia. Spays are performed on female cats and dogs while neutering is for male cats and dogs. These simple surgeries help prevent pregnancy and some health problems.
In females, by doing this operation before your pet’s first heat can prevent uterine infections and breast tumours. Neutering may prevent testicular cancer and some prostate problems in dogs and avoid some severe infectious diseases FIV (cat AIDS) in cats.
Dogs get these surgeries at approximately six months old and cats at four months.