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Our state of the art facilities enables us to deliver the highest standard of veterinary care to your pet. We carry out most of our work within the practice, but when specialist care and treatment is needed, we will refer patients to our 24 hour Continuous Care and Emergency Centre in Richmond.
We offer fifteen minute consultations to ensure we have the time to fully listen to your concerns. In this consultation, we perform a thorough and complete physical examination of your pet and discuss all the available treatment options. Pets with special requirements can have longer to ensure they feel fully relaxed and safe in the veterinary environment. We consult in the mornings and in the late afternoon/evenings, giving a wide choice of appointment times to suit your needs.
Our practice is fitted with a preparation area and operating theatre with soft tissue surgical equipment to enable a wide variety of surgeries to be performed on site. Orthopaedic and laparoscopic (keyhole) surgical procedures are performed at our main centre in Richmond.
Oral health is vital for our pets’ wellbeing but sadly poor dental health is a very common problem which can lead to life threatening illnesses. We have an excellent range of dental equipment on site where we have the ability to get your pet’s teeth scaled, polished and sparkling clean again in no time.
X-rays are used to diagnose more than just fractures. Their use is vital in diagnosing a wide range of conditions, including examining the chest and abdomen. We have an x-ray machine on site.
In case your pet needs overnight care, we will transport them over to our Richmond main centre where our vets and nurses work 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. This ensures that your pets receive the highest level of attention and care during their stay and get them home again as soon as possible.
Good health starts with a good balanced diet. We are able to offer nutritional advice tailored to your pet’s specific needs and requirements. We stock Hill’s Vet Essentials but can order in many more diets to ensure your pet gets exactly what they need.
We sometimes need to use more advanced imaging in order to diagnose your pet’s problem. We have access to ultrasound at the Richmond main centre, as well as both MRI and CT scans at other Medivet clinics. If any of these are required we will usually transfer your pet to and from the main centres in order to allow the use of this more specialised equipment.