Expertise and highly qualified staff
Greenside Animal Hospital’s vets and healthcare team attend continuing education programs monthly and are accredited for this.
High standards and utmost sterility
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All operations and sterile procedures are performed with individually sterilised surgical sets, theatre clothing and new sterile consumables in our state of the art operating theatres.
Care and commitment
All patients are treated with the utmost care and compassion. Each dog in hospital is taken outside at least twice a day. We do follow-up phone calls to make sure our patients are responding well to their treatment.
Separate dog and cat wards
Dogs and cats do not share a ward in our hospital, there are separate wards for each species. The reason is quite simply because an animal recovering from injury, disease or surgery needs a calm environment with as little stress as possible in which to recuperate. We believe that by keeping dogs and cats separate we enhance and speed up the recovery process especially for our cat patients.
Animals with transmissible infectious diseases are kept in our isolation unit which is completely separate from the animal hospital and the dog and cat wards.
Spay(Ovariohysterectomy) female and Neuter male dogs and cats from 6 months old and on wards to prevent unnecessary/unwanted reproduction and protect against cancers, etc.
General health check-up, monthly / yearly with all the necessary vaccinations to protect against life-threatening viruses.
- General veterinary medical consultations
- Diagnostic work-ups
- Fully equipped operating theatre and surgery
- Sterilisations (Spaying and Neutering)
- Dental work
- Laboratory services
- Cat Hotel
- Primary health care advice
- Puppy socialisation and dog training classes
- Short term boarding
- Premium Pet Food and Dietary Advice
- Pet Accessories
- Referrals to veterinary specialists
- 07:00 – 19:00 Vet on call
- Parasite control and prevention
Our vets take as much time as needed during a consultation to fully explain their patient’s condition to their owners and where possible use visual aids to make sure owners understand their pet’s condition and treatment. It is compulsory for all dogs and cats to be vaccinated against rabies at least once every three years. If you would like to let your dog or cat have a litter of puppies or kittens there are a number of things you need to know in preparation for the process.
Convenience with longer hours
Greenside Animal Hospital opens at 07:00 and is open until 19:00 during the week.