Surgery

Surgery1We know that it can be daunting when your pet needs surgery and that is why our veterinary surgeons will take the time to explain the procedure and estimate the costs.

Our operating equipment and theatre is thoroughly sterile and our practice is accredited for getting the gold standard of veterinary surgery – when a veterinary surgeon induces anaesthesia and it is maintained by a veterinary nurse throughout the procedure.

Patients are admitted for surgery in the morning and usually go home the same afternoon with written and verbal instructions for the owner on post-operative care. On the rare occasion they cannot go home we will arrange a transfer to Elizabeth Street Clinic for overnight care.

If your pet requires a specialist soft tissue or orthopaedic surgeon we have excellent working relationships with top specialists and we will liaise with them on your behalf.

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