You will quickly notice our big landmark, which has made us known as “the vet with the dogs on the corner”.

Our new facility was built between 2015 and 2016 and includes our three consulting rooms and two operating theatres.  There are also separate dog and cat waiting areas, to make your pet’s visit to the vet as peaceful as possible.

Our kennel facilities have been specifically designed and built for our patients that have to be hospitalised. These are permanent structures that can’t be tampered with. We have separate dog and cat wards to reduce any stress for each species should there be a need for them to be hospitalised. Many of our patients are day visitors because of having to undergo general anaesthesia or procedures that require close observation and care.

The kennelled dogs get taken out at least twice daily to walk or run and spend some time outdoors.

Our kennels are also temperature controlled and properly ventilated, so the animals aren’t hot in summer or cold in winter.

We have a separate isolation unit where the very sick animals are kept to protect themselves and other animals against dangerous viruses, infections or other transmitted diseases. The isolation unit also has a separate ventilation system to protect against the transmission of infectious diseases between animals that have to be hospitalised.

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