hospitalisation

Our main hospital has state of the art facilities for the hospitalized patients. We have separate dog and cat/small furries ward, separate isolation unit for contagious diseases and an exotics ward to cater for the needs of those more specialist pets.

All our in-patients are monitored 24 hours per day and are nursed in separate dog, cat and small mammal wards to minimise stress to each species. A fully equipped separate isolation unit houses any patients that have or are suspected of having an infectious disease. Each unit is fully air-conditioned.

Our dog and cat/small furries wards are equipped with CCTV cameras so the nurse on duty can monitor all patients, even if not present in the ward. They are also equipped with air conditioning so we can adjust room temperature according to needs.

Designated, full-time kennel staff care for hospitalised animals ensuring all medical and nutritional requirements are met, that patients are kept clean and well-groomed, and that dogs are walked several times a day in the grounds.

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