We are Open: Due to current COVID we have had to make some alterations to how we work to keep everyone safe and ensure we remain open. We are allowing one person into the clinic for each consultation however we ask that you wear a mask while inside the building. We still request that after you notify staff of your arrival for the consult, please can you wait outside or in your car until the vet or nurse is ready for your appointment. If you wish to have multiple family members present for the consultation, or do not want to wear a mask, we can still see you however please be aware that your consultation will take place outside, in the curbside format we have been undertaking over the last year.
If you have any questions , please call our receptionists. Thank you so much for your patience and understanding.
Meet perfect little Popcorn. This beautiful 3 year old bunny was referred to us from another clinic as he was very sick from an acute gastrointestinal obstruction. He had not improved during that morning on intensive medical management and his stomach was very bloated. His owners made the difficult decision between further medical management and surgical intervention, deciding that surgical intervention was worth the potential risks. Dr Gwen took Popcorn to surgery for an exp
Maxx and Gabi are greyhound siblings who presented to us in early February after eating some Nurofen tablets. Between the two of them, they possibly ingested up to 16 tablets. Nurofen, or ibuprofen as it is also known, as is an anti-inflammatory drug that is used to treat pain and inflammation in people. Ibuprofen affects the gastrointestinal tract, kidneys and liver and is toxic to dogs. Signs of toxicity can appear in as little as 12hrs after ingestion. The initial toxic ef