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Rehabilitation – Physiotherapy and Hydrotherapy
We specialise in the rehabilitation of patients recovering from surgery, injuries and patients with on-going conditions such as osteoarthritis.
We have skilled orthopaedic surgeons, who have undertaken advanced training. They perform joint and spinal surgeries within the practice as well as fracture repairs and torn ligament repairs.
MRI Scanner – Imaging
We are pleased to be able to offer non-invasive diagnostic imaging here in practice through our state-of-the-art MRI Scanner, Ultrasound, X-Ray, and CT Scanner.
Neurology – Spinal Surgery
Our neurology team deals with the diagnosis and management of conditions of the nervous system and brain and perform spinal surgeries.
Our veterinary ophthalmology service is available for a wide range of medical & surgical ocular conditions in small animals.
If your pet develops a heart condition, we can support you and your pet at every step of the way, starting from diagnosis to ongoing care.
Meet the team
Shola graduated in 2002 and has practiced in different settings across the world.
He is currently undertaking two post graduate certificates in Advanced Small Animal Surgery and Advanced Orthopaedics.
He opened Vets for Pets Basildon formerly known as Companion Care Basildon in 2010 with just 7 team members.
At work Shola has a particular interest in Surgery and Orthopaedics, he also has a special interest in Spinal surgery and has undertaken various courses and postgraduate training to enable him perform these life changing surgeries.
Outside of work Shola is married with 3 children and enjoys playing football.
Coming to work for Shola is a vocation as he counts himself very fortunate and feels his job is the best job in the world, being privileged to work with great people and lovely pets every day.
Lauren qualified from the Royal Veterinary College, UK, having spent time with us as a student. She loves being there for families at some of their toughest times with a poorly pet and being able to support them while she tries to help them. She has a keen interest in emergency medicine as well as the non-clinical aspects of the veterinary field, like communication and wellbeing. At home she has lovely rescue cats called Mouse and Rat and two snakes called Scaramouche and Galileo. Outside of work she likes to spend time with family and friends, cook and bake, and get outside in the fresh air.
Vikki took her bachelors degree in zoology prior to obtaining her veterinary degree from the Royal Veterinary College in the UK in 2020. She has an interest in diagnostics and inpatient care. Outside of work, she is kept busy by two human children and one very naughty toy poodle, called Copper. She also enjoys reading and yoga.
Thurston is a graduate from the Royal Veterinary College in the UK, where he completed extra programmes in diagnostic imaging and clinical pathology. He also has a degree in Medical Physics and Bioengineering, enabling him to fully appreciate the possibilities of CT and MRI technologies in veterinary medicine. He is currently studying for a General Practitioner Certificate in Canine and Feline Medicine, with a view to become an RCVS Advanced Practitioner.
Thurston enjoys problem solving, which helps in diagnosing unusual medical cases and he is not deterred by complex patients with many different factors to consider. Thurston's main interest is general internal medicine. This is diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of diseases, everything from infections to hormone imbalances to skin conditions.
In his spare time, Thurston is fond of cryptic crosswords, Scrabble and mixing cocktails at home.
Dr Anastasia Giakoumetti
Surgical Lead Veterinary Surgeon
MRCVS and is currently studying a Pgc Certificate in Small Animal Certificate
Anastasia qualified from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece in 2018. She also has a Masters in health crisis management and is currently studying for her post-graduate certificate in surgery. She has a strong interest in surgery, especially laparoscopic procedures. She loves all animals for their kind and pure hearts and believes being a veterinary surgeon is a privilege- She can't image herself doing anything else! Outside of work, she likes reading, exercising and spending time with her family and friends.
Ana graduated from the University of Leon, Spain in 2020. Her keen interests are internal medicine and intensive care. Outside of work, she enjoys going out with her friends, travelling and reading thrillers.
Erica graduated in Veterinary Science in 2015 from the University of Lisbon . She moved to the UK in 2017 and since then, she has worked in several renown practices including charity and referral centres. She grew up in a farm surrounded by animals and loves horse riding, playing tennis, swimming, yoga and several other activities, such as soap making and cooking.
Erica loves cats and dogs. She is particularly interested in soft tissue, orthopaedics, mazillofacial surgery and research biased. She is a resilient and passionate professional, that always strives to provide the best care for her patients.
Kasia graduated from Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland in 2022. She has a passionate interest in neurology and has completed many externships at European hospitals. She has an adopted senior dog, Leon, a beloved lab cross. Outside of work, she enjoys art, concerts and theatre.
Dr Monika Zapryanova
MRCVS and is currently studying a Pgc Certificate in Small Animal Cardiology
Monika graduated from Trakia University in Bulgaria in 2014. She has a strong interest in cardiology and is currently studying for her post graduate certificate in small animal cardiology. She also has interests in diagnostic imaging, exotic animal medicine and surgery. She is relishing the opportunity to use her passion for medicine to benefit her patients and their owners. Monika has a little Maltese called Fluffy. In her free time, she enjoys taking him for walks in nature, cycling and trying to learn to play the guitar.
My name is Pippa and I graduated from the University of Liverpool in July 2021.
I enjoy all aspects of veterinary practice at the moment but I hope to pursue particular interests in Ultrasound and Ophthalmology soon.
In my free time I love to travel; my favourite places I've visited so far are probably Costa Rica or Iceland! I don't have any pets yet but I'd love a big dog in the future 😌
Hi, I'm Sonja.
I qualified from the Royal Veterinary college in 2023. I also have a previous degree in Veterinary Biosciences from Aberystwyth University.
I am interested in emergency medicine and critical care, internal medicine, anaesthesia and soft tissue surgery.
In my free time I love being a mom to my three year old son, travelling the world, gardening and doing DIY. At home I have two rescue cats, six ex-battery chickens and a 7 year old goldfish.
Dr Betina Gomes
Animal and Exotics practices.
I obtained a Certificate in Zoological Medicine in 2003. I have worked in numerous exotic referral practices, lectured for 22 years at Royal Vet College, as well as in Latvia, Portugal, UK and Czech Republic. I have written Chapters in 3 text books and contributed to articles on the Vetstream platform.
I have looked after the animals in many collections including Hopefield Animal Sanctuary, Barleylands, Old McDonalds Farm, Africa Alive and Banham Zoo. I have also been the vet on Britains Got Talent and The Jimmy Carr Show
Hi, I'm Sarah! I qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2013 and joined the Vets for Pets team in 2015. Since then, I have progressed from RVN, to Deputy Head Nurse, to Head Nurse and Clinical Services Manager.
The parts of the job I enjoy the most are nurse consults, particularly diabetes and hyperthyroidism. I also love managing and supporting the growing team of 30 nurses within our 24 hour service, as well as in theatre and in dental radiology.
In my spare time, I love to travel with my husband and two children, play games and get creative with sewing, painting, or halloween sfx. I have two staffie dogs and two rescue cats, who are longhair tabby cats.
Surgical Lead Registered Veterinary Nurse
RVN NCert, Anaesthesia and Exotics Certificates
Hi, I'm Reece! I began working for Vets for Pets in 2013 as a Student Veterinary Nurse and quickly fell in love with the practice! After qualifying, I also have qualifications in Animal Management, Laboratory Technicians, Anaesthesia and Exotics and Wildlife.
My main interests are pain relief, cardiology, teaching and ultrasonography.
Outside of work, I enjoy drawing and tattooing, going to the gym and exploring trying new things. I also love looking after my dog, Drake, who is a Rottweiler x Great Dane.
Deputy Head Nurse & Hydrotherapist
RVN, Level 3 Canine hydrotherapist
Hi, I'm Hayley! I joined Vets for Pets in 2018 and I am the Deputy Head Nurse here at Basildon Pitsea. Currently, I am studying for my level 3 diploma in small animal hydrotherapy.
My professional interests are surgery and theatre nursing, as well as physio and hydrotherapy. In my spare time, I enjoy swimming and caring for my dog, a Saluki Lurcher called Raffles, my Greyhound called Ellie and my two cats, Tom Thumb and Molly.
Registered Veterinary Nurse and Head of Inpatient Care
RVN CertVN ECC DipFN
Hi, I'm Emily! I started working at Vets for Pets Basildon Pitsea when the practice first opened in 2010, after qualifying as a Veterinary Nurse with a BSc (hons) in Veterinary Nursing from the Royal Veterinary College.
I worked at the Queen Mother Hospital for Animals at the Royal Veterinary College as a Medicine Nurse for a year, where I gained valuable experience in nursing more complicated medical cases and general referral nursing.
I have a keen interest in nursing rabbits but also in anaesthesia, both of which I have completed further courses in. I have recently gained my Certificate in Emergency and Critical Care allowing me to further my knowledge in this area. Also, I am a Cat Friendly Ambassador at the practice.
Outside of work, I enjoy looking after my Abyssinian cat, Leo, my two rabbits Teddy and Scarlett and my Rottweiler, Lola.
Hi, I'm Emily! I graduated from Writtle in 2018 and have been a Registered Veterinary Nurse ever since.
I have a special interest in diagnostic imaging and surgical nursing. I have also completed a variety of courses to help increase my knowledge and practical skills in these areas!
When not at work, I enjoy outdoor activities, drawing, spending time with my family and playing with my hamster.
Hi, I'm Candice! I began training as a Student Veterinary Nurse at the Animal Health Trust Referral before graduating from University in Veterinary Nursing Science in 2016.
My favourite area is surgery and ECC (emergency and critical care). In my spare time, I enjoy powerlifting and baking as well as spending time with my dogs, Jai, George and Hugo, who are all small cross-breeds.
Hi, I'm Jodie! I joined Vets for Pets in June 2018 as a Veterinary Care Assistant and I am now a Registered Veterinary Nurse.
Theatre is my favourite part of the job as it is the area I find the most hands on and I am constantly learning new things. In my spare time, I like going to the gym and keeping fit outside of work, as well as meeting up with friends.
Hi, I'm Sarah! I qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in March 2022 and am planning to begin my schedule 3 course in March 2023.
My favourite aspects of the job are surgical nursing and inpatient care .
In my spare time, I enjoy looking after my dogs, Freya and Nigel as well as socialising with my family and friends.
Registered Veterinary Nurse
Registered Veterinary Nurse
Registered Veterinary Nurse
Hi I am Izzy and I am a Physiotherapist and canine hydrotherapist here at Vets for Pets Basildon Pitsea. I graduated University in September 2022 and joined the team here in January 2023. I always knew I wanted to work with animals ever since I was little and found physiotherapy and rehabilitation was something I was interested in. Aiding in an animals recovery post surgery or in helping improve the quality of life of those with degenerative diseases is very rewarding.
Outside of work I enjoy walking my dogs, sailing, reading and spending time with family and friends.
Hi, I'm Ben! I joined Vets for Pets in June 2022 as a Kennel Assistant having always wanted to work with animals. I have an interest in inpatient care and I am now studying as a Student Veterinary Nurse.
I have previously worked in retail and volunteered in my spare time at Hopefield Animal Sanctuary.
In my spare time, other than volunteering, I spend time with family and friends.
Hi, I'm Ellie! I joined Basildon Pisea Vets for Pets in 2021 as a Veterinary Care Assistant. I have a level 3 Animal Management Diploma and I am currently studying Veterinary Nursing.
I have a keen interest in surgery, wards and exotics. What I love the most is seeing the animals that we helped in post-operative care all better and happy.
In my spare time, I enjoy looking after my two tuxedo cats, Poppy and Penny (a rescue from our practice), my ball python called Nydra, my 3 crested geckos, Neo, Peeko and Le Leche and my 15 tarantulas!
Hi, I'm Hannah! I joined the Vets for Pets team in March 2021 and I am currently a Student Veterinary Nurse.
I have always loved animals, and love being a vital part of helping an animal recover and get back home to their families. My interests lie within lab work and inpatient care.
In my spare time, I enjoy horse riding which I have done for over 12 years now and would love to own a horse one day. I also spend time looking after my cat, two rabbits and my Puerto Rican rescue dog.
Hi, I'm Imogen!
I joined Vets for Pets in June 2018 a as Veterinary Care Assistant. I then went on to complete a Veterinary Nurse training course.
I am due to qualify as an RVN in the new year!
I went to work at an exotic vet's, from October 2021 to July 2023 as this helped elevate my knowledge on the exotic animals.
Theatre and emergency critical care, are my favourite parts to the job! As it is the area I find the most hands on, and I am constantly learning new things.
In my spare time, I like going to the gym and ride my horses, as well as meeting up with friends.
Hi, I'm Jenna! I started working at Vets for Pets Basildon Pitsea as a Veterinary Care Assistant in January 2021.
Student Veterinary Nurse
Level 2&3 in Animal Management.
Hi, I'm Josie! I began working at Vets for Pets in 2019 and I am currently a 2nd year Veterinary Nurse Student.
I enjoy inpatient care, particularly tending to each patient's individual needs and holistically nursing them back to health and seeing them recover. I enjoy learning about medical conditions and how they affect the rest of the body and I also have interests in ECC (emergency and critical care) as well as surgical nursing.
I enjoy looking after my guinea pigs (my favourite animals), Poppy, Buttercup, Honey and Hazel. In my spare time, I spend time looking after my piggies, seeing friends and going on walks and bike rides.
Leonie took a Level 3 Animal Management course in college and soon after got a position as a Patient Care Assistant at a veterinary practice in 2019.
Leonie progressed onto becoming a Student Veterinary Nurse in 2021 and is soon to qualify in the upcoming months.
Leonie joined the Vets for Pets team in October 2023 as she was keen to become a hospital veterinary nurse. Leonie has a keen interest in rabbit nursing, having two of her own at home, as well as two cats, chickens and a Border Collie.
Hi, I'm Lily! I joined the practice in 2020 and I am currently studying my level 3 Diploma in Veterinary Nursing.
I love working in inpatient care and nursing the animals back to health and seeing them progress throughout their recovery journey. I also have an interest in emergency care.
In my spare time, I care for my French Bulldog, called Bits who was a rescue dog and a pseudohermaphrodite. Outside of work, I enjoy going on adventures with Bits and volunteering with young children and performing.
Hi, I'm Maisie! I am at college studying hard to become a Registered Veterinary Nurse.
My current favourite area is inpatient care, as I am able to get to know patients whilst caring for them and giving them plenty of love. I am also head of lab and have a love of pathology!
At home, I have 7 cats and a deaf American Bulldog, called Bonnie. In my spare time, I love swimming, travelling and exploring different cultures.
Hi, I'm Sam! I joined Vets for Pets Basildon in 2021 as a Student Veterinary Nurse.
My main interests include inpatient care, the lab and behaviour.
In my spare time, I like to travel and create homemade enrichment toys for my 3 cats.
Veterinary Care Assistant
Level 2 Animal Management, Level 3 Practice Animal Care Skills.
Hi, I'm Emma! I am a Veterinary Care Assistant here at Basildon Pitsea Vets for Pets. In my role, I enjoy the variety of animals that come into our practice and love being a helping hand. I also enjoy lab work and working closely with inpatients.
Outside of work, I enjoy caring for my black and white short-haired cat, Felix and making enrichment for my two Dutch Cross rabbits, called Orla and Otis. In my spare time, I enjoy sailing and socialising with friends.
Hi, I'm Amy! I previously worked for an animal charity for over three years which I really enjoyed but wanted to move to the medical side of animal care.
I have a fascination with exotic animals and I have had quite a few in my life time. My favourite two so far have been guinea pigs and bearded dragons. My main interests are scrubbing into surgery, emergency and critical care and enjoying the fact that no two days are the same!
In my spare time, I love to explore nature and visit nature reserves. I also loves being creative and have a hobby of drawing.
Hi I’m Grace, I joined the Vets for Pets team in October 2023 as a Veterinary Care Assistant and since then have thoroughly enjoyed my time here. I hope to one day become a Registered Veterinary Nurse as it has always been my dream since I was little to help and treat animals in the Veterinary Profession.
During my free time I love to spend time with our family dog Bonnie, who is a 3 year old Cocker Spaniel. I also enjoy spending time with friends and family as well as travelling to different countries.
Veterinary Care Assistant
Hi, I'm Kayleigh! In 2018 I qualified with a level 3 in Animal Management. I joined Vets for Pets Basildon Pitsea in 2020.
The parts of the job I love include impatient care and in general taking care of the animals. I would love to learn more about anaesthesia!
In my spare time, I enjoy looking after my pets Betty, a rescue cross-breed and Sid, my pet rat. I also like rock climbing and spending time with family and friends.
Hi I’m Lisa! I joined the team as a night Veterinary Care Assistant in 2022.
When not working at the practice you’ll find me walking, mantrailing or running canicross adventures with my own dogs.
Hi, I'm Sam! I joined Vets for Pets in 2021 as a night Veterinary Care Assistant.
I enjoy the emergency aspects of the night shifts, no two are the same. It's great watching our hospitalised patients progress and get better throughout the week and being able to give them extra night time cuddles. I also enjoy assisting the vet with surgery and helping to triage emergencies.
In my spare time, I love gardening, growing vegetables on my allotment and walking my dog. I also have a 55 year old Mediterranean tortoise, which I inherited, called Charlie!
Hi I’m Scott!
I started as a Veterinary Care Assistant here at Vets for Pets Pitsea in 2023.
I have a BSc in Zoo Management and have been working in the veterinary industry since 2017 starting out as a Client Care Manager and then also a Veterinary Care Assistant as part of an out of hours emergency team. Previously having worked with a wide range of animals including tigers, wolves and pygmy hippos I’m now aiming towards eventually becoming a qualified Veterinary Nurse.
Joint Venture Partner
BSc Physiotherapy MSc Advanced Neurophysiotherapy
Nikki is one of the Joint Venture Partners at Basildon Vets for Pets hospital.
Nikki and her husband Shola opened the practice in 2010 and have grown in size and service levels ever since. The practice turned into a hospital providing 24 hour care in 2018 and now have nearly 70 team members in their hospital, all striving daily and passionately to deliver gold standard excellent care to every one of the patients in their care.
In work Nikki is very involved with the running of the hospital from marketing to recruitment, but her real passion lies in the professional development of every member of her team, being a part of her teams professional journey and seeing them blossom and flourish, she finds extremely rewarding.
Her greatest professional achievement is the recent expansion of the hospital that enabled the creation and delivery of the first of its kind within the Vets for Pets family, a CT and MRI diagnostic imaging facility as well as a hydrotherapy and rehabilitation suite; fulfilling a long standing dream of providing a “one stop” holistic service.
Outside of work, she loves spending time with her family, enjoys traveling and experiencing different cultures.
Hi, I'm Karen! I have been with the team since they opened in 2010. I started off in reception but found my expertise lie within insurance and finances! I am proud to say that I now run this department. I love my job and feel that every day provides something new.
Outside of work, I enjoy spending my free time with my family and taking my teenage son to his many football matches. I also has a Staffie, called Daisy, and a 50 year old tortoise called Dave!
Hi, I am Stephanie, my Vets for Pets journey first started in 2015 at a lovely small but busy first opinion practice. As the Practice grew, I was lucky enough to progress and develop my skills as a Practice Manager. In October 2023, I was offered the opportunity to join the wonderful team here at Basildon Pitsea Hospital as Head of Client Services.
I feel passionately about patient and client care and ensuring that we offer a high standard of service to them both. So to see how this Practice has grown and the great facilities that it has to offer under one roof, is really exciting to be part of.
I enjoy supporting others through training and development to see them grow and feel empowered in what they do. It is very important to me that our team feel supported in the work that they do and have opportunities to train and develop their skills as individuals in areas of keen interest to them.
In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family, which also includes our little rescues – two Guinea Pigs, a Cat and a Tortoise!
Hi my name is Emma.
I am the Client Service Manager. I have been with the Pets Group for 16 years. I joined Basildon Pitsea Vets for Pets in November 2022.
I don't have any pets but would love a cocker spaniel.
I love to spend my spare time in the garden or with family and friends. I am very interested in the Tudor period and love to listen to the waves at the beach. I love to travel whenever possible.
Hi, I'm Lucy! I joined Vets for Pets in 2018 after leaving school. Before joining, I had several part time jobs in kennels and a cattery.
I have always loved animals and caring for them. I have my own pets at home, including a Welsh Springer Spaniel, Oscar and a horse called Eddie. In my spare time, I enjoy going out with my friends and spending time with my pets.
I am really enjoying my time here at Vets for Pets.
Hey, I’m Jade and I started working here in November 2023 as the Dispensary Manager.
I have over 7 years’ experience of working within pharmacy. From working in Boots as a pharmacy advisor to a Veterinary Referral Practice dispensing and ordering medication. I really enjoy learning about the different types of medication and how they work.
I have two guinea pigs Pippin and Frodo.
In my spare time I love spending time with my little boy and family and going on holiday.
Jackie is our Senior Client Care Advisor. She holds qualifications in animal care and feline and canine behaviour. She is also part of the British Veterinary Receptionist Association and holds the Client Care Bronze and Silver Awards. At home, Jackie has two cheeky dogs known as the Binkys, as well as an extensive collection of insects, spiders, beetles, reptiles and frogs.
Hi, I am Eloise, I am a Finance Co-Ordinator here at Vets for Pets Basildon Pitsea. My favourite part of my role is being around the animals, particularly the dogs and seeing them go home once they are feeling better. At home, I have many dogs who I just can't resist bringing home! My most loved breeds are miniature dachshunds. Outside of work, I enjoy walks with my dogs and then cuddles on the sofa!
Hi, I'm Becky! I joined Basildon Pitsea Vets for Pets at the beginning of 2023 and have been enjoying my time working as a Client Care Advisor. I have always loved animals and have previously worked in a dog boarding kennels and customer service roles. I have two dogs of my own which I enjoy caring for!
Hi, I'm Danielle! I joined Vets for Pets in 2022. I previously worked as a receptionist in hotels. I have a keen interest in progressing my career here within Vets for Pets, particularly in nursing.
In my spare time, I enjoy socialising with friends and family and going to see shows in London.
My name is Emma, I have owned animals since I was little.
I have had many animals from horses to dogs, rabbits and reptiles. Animals are a big passion of mine so working in the vets has been a dream for many years.
Hi I'm Georgia! I joined the Vets for Pets team in April 2022. I previously worked in security in London for the railways.
In my spare time, I enjoy reading, and spending time with family and friends.
Hi I am Nicola,
I am a Client Care Advisor here at Basildon Pitsea Vets for Pets.
In 2004 I qualified as an Animal Nursing Assistant. My favourite thing about my role is working as a team, meeting all the animals and building a rapport with clients so they leave happy. I have 2 cats, Foggy and Willow, a bearded dragon and a musk turtle. Outside of work, I enjoy photography, watching the local ice hockey team, volunteering with Big Cats and going on adventures with my son, like our Snowdon trip!
Hi, I'm Tayla! I joined Vets for Pets in November 2021, having previously worked in a customer service role at an events security company.
I have always liked the idea of working within the animal care industry and like to deliver high standards of customer care.
In my spare time, I look after my 3 children, 3 dogs, 2 cats and 2 tortoises that keep me very busy!
Hi, I'm Fern,
I'm new to the Client Care Advisor team here at Basildon Pitsea Vets for Pets. I have previously worked in a facilities role for a charity in London.
We're a family-owned and run business.
We opened our doors in 2009 and since then we have had the absolute pleasure of welcoming and treating thousands of wonderful pets.
Here at Vets for Pets Basildon, we are committed to bringing you affordable, high-quality care with excellent patient care at the core of all we do daily. We care for all kinds of animals including dogs, cats, small furries and exotics.
We are a very modern, well-equipped practice with state-of-the-art facilities, and the bonus of free onsite parking. We offer a wide array of advanced services including: ophthalmology, cardiology, orthopaedics, soft tissue surgery, laser therapy and more.
Plus, we are currently the first practice to have a CT scanner in Essex!
From general animal health treatments and welfare advice to emergency medical procedures, we offer the full range of veterinary services.
Our team are devoted to their work and passionate about pets! We believe a good working environment is important and offer many benefits. Interested in coming to work for us? Click here to see our latest vacancies.
Our friendly team can’t wait to meet all your furry friends.
Emergency coverEven if we are closed, we have your pet covered.
Open 7 Days a WeekWe are open 7 days a week.
AmbulanceWe have an animal ambulance for clients who are unable to visit us. *Please contact the Practice to find out more.
ArthroscopyArthroscopy (also called arthroscopic or keyhole surgery) is a minimally invasive surgical procedure on a joint in which an examination and sometimes treatment of damage is performed using an arthroscope, an endoscope that is inserted into the joint through a small incision.
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BiochemistryAllows an assessment of the functionality of a patients organs.
Blood Pressure MonitorUsed to measure the range of blood pressure as a preventative treatment to identify early signs of systemic hypertension.
Blood TransfusionTreats many critically ill cats and dogs and our pioneering blood donor programme helps keep them alive.
Chemotherapy & Cancer TreatmentDogs and cats that receive chemotherapy feel normal the day they are given the drug.
Cruciate SurgerySurgery to repair damaged stifle ligaments.
CT ScanProvides 3D imaging for a view of internal organs and bones.
Dental X-RayUnlike humans, dogs need to be under general anesthesia for dental X-rays. Anesthesia is considered to be a safe procedure and will be performed after a general examination. It is tailored to the individual and your dog is continuously monitored during the dental exam.
DentistryThe treatment and prevention of dental disease
Digital X-RayDigital X ray equipment is available.
Ear SurgeryEar Surgery service is available to keep your pet free from any infections.
ECGECG is also available to keep your pet's heart healthy.
Echocardiography (heart scans)Generates a 2D moving image of your pet's heart.
ElectrolyteEnables the assessment of critical blood chemicals such as sodium and potassium.
EndoscopyEnables us to capture real-time images of internal organs and structures using an endoscope.
Exotic PetCan see a range of patients, from small animals through to reptiles.
Fracture RepairOrthopaedic surgery to correct broken bones.
Haematology – Blood testingAllows the assessment of a patient's blood and blood cells.
Health PlansDesigned to cover all the regular pet care essentials such as vaccinations and flea and worm prevention, whilst saving you money.
Hospital WardSuite of custom-built kennels for the housing and monitoring of in-patients.
HydrotherapyOur hydrotherapy centre incorporates an aquatic treadmill allowing full gait extension and analysis.
In house blood transfusionsIn house blood transfusions
In-house LaboratoryA range of analytical tests and equipment to assist in the rapid diagnosis of illness.
Isolation UnitA special ward to care for animals with contagious diseases.
Keyhole SurgeryIn human medicine ‘keyhole’ surgery or laparoscopy has been used for many years given its reduced surgical trauma and quicker recovery times compared to traditional 'open' surgery.
Laser TreatmentTherapeutic laser therapy.
MicrochippingA microchip can help retrieve lost pets
Nurse ClinicAppointments with a highly qualified nurse which can cover anything from nutrition and fitness advice, grooming techniques, to pet socialisation classes.
Operating TheatreAn operating theatre with gaseous anaesthetic facility for surgical procedures.
OrthopaedicsSurgery of joints and bones.
Separate Cat & Dog Waiting AreasSeparate cat and dog waiting areas, designed to ensure your pet is kept in a comfortably stress free environment.
Separate Cat & Dog WardsSeparate cat and dog hospital wards, designed to ensure your pet is kept in a comfortably stress free environment.
Soft TissueSurgical procedures involving the soft tissues such as ears and skin.
X-Ray & UltrasoundX-Ray & Ultrasound
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Need a lift?
For our pets or clients who have difficulty accessing the stairs, a lift is available. Or alternatively, we have ground level consult rooms available.