Many of the same health problems that affect us, including hearing loss, also affect our pets. Fortunately, most pets adapt very well to the disability with a little help from their owners.View Article
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The Treatment Area is the heart of the hospital. There are tables of three heights to accommodate pets of almost any size, and plenty of floor space available when extra space is needed. . Here critically ill or injured pets are monitored in a specially controlled environment. Plenty of equipment is available to help the staff veterinarians investigate difficult cases and perform routine examinations.
Two of the tables include a wet-sink for anesthetic induction and surgical prep. Within the treatment area is a of state of the art intensive care unit like those usually only found at universities.
Plenty of equipment is available to help the staff veterinarians and nurses investigate difficult cases and perform routine examinations.
Top Quality Medical Care for the long life of your pet—from puppy or kitten to special seniors.
We have separate wards for dogs and for cats. Critical patients are kept in a close observation unit within our daily treatment area until they are well enough for transfer to the main wards. Families are always welcome to visit any hospitalized pet. We feel that anyone who needs to stay in the hospital deserves the extra TLC that only their family can provide.