In-Patients

Sometimes we’ll advise that we admit your pet to our wards so that we can perform tests or procedures to diagnose or treat for pet if they need intravenous fluids, an x-ray or an operation.

We shall usually admit your pet in the morning and send them  home with you in the evening. Occasionally, we may want your pet to be looked after by Elizabeth Street Hospital (ESH) overnight as at the end of the day we go home. We shall ask you to take your pet to ESH at the end of the day and then bring them back to us the following morning.

We don’t have any staff on the premises overnight. Very occasionally we may agree to keep your pet in overnight for example if they need some intravenous fluids. In this case one of the vets will visit them overnight.

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