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Meet the team
Veterinary Surgeon & Practice Owner
BVSc, PgCert SAS, MRCVS. Currently studying Advanced Practitioner Small Animal Surgery.
BVSc, PGCertSAM, RCVS Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Medicine, MRCVS
Jonay graduated from the Universitiy of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in Spain in 2005, and is recognized by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons as an Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Medicine. Jonay has experience of working within 100% Small Animal Clinics in the UK since 2010 and is a member of the British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) and the Small Animal Medicine Society. He achieved his BSAVA Postgraduate Certificate in Small Animal Medicine in 2017. Jonay has worked at Birstall Vets4Pets since March 2021 and has a particular interest in Internal Medicine, Endoscopy and Ultrasonography, both at first and second opinion. In his spare time, Jonay loves spending time with his family, doing sport and cuddling his three cats Pooky, Daisy and Crumble. His greatest personal achievement was running a 90k trail ultramarathon in Fuerteventura in 2013 in under 14 hours.
BVSc, MSc. Veterinary Epidemiology, MRCVS, Currently studying PgCertSAM
I'm Alun, I grew up in Salisbury, Wiltshire but Yorkshire has been my home since 2018. I have a strong interest in Medicine and Epidemiology and I'm currently studying at Birstall for my PgCert in Small Animal Medicine. Away from work you'll find me playing sport or enjoying the beautiful British countryside and trying to spot its wildlife.
Hi, I am Michelle. I qualified as a vet in 2020 from the University of Glasgow. I enjoy all aspects of working at a general practice. I had special interests towards surgery when I was in vet school, and my favourite moments were seeing animals show big improvements after surgeries, though I recognised that medicine is equally fascinating since I started working here at Vets4Pets Birstall. Outside of clinical work, I am interested about human-animal interaction, as well as wellbeing and neurodiversity within the profession. During my free time, I enjoy playing the oboe and making desserts.
My name is Ana, I graduated from Spain in 2018 and I have been working as a vet in England since 2019. I like cooking, exploring and love animals. I like internal medicine but what I really enjoy is surgery. I have a rescue cat called Patch and you will generally find me trying to translate bad jokes from Spanish into English (Usually never making sense)
Since I qualified in 2014 in Valencia, Spain I've been enjoying my work because I'm passionate in looking after my small furry patients. My passion is surgery and especially orthopaedic that´s why I'll start a post graduate certificate in surgery next year. I love my job but I also enjoy music, outdoor activities, books and playing guitar.
Hello! My name is Trisha and I recently exchanged the African sun for the British rain. Although I am just a baby vet, I have a growing passion for emergency and critical care and clinical pathology. Outside of work, I am a plant mom that loves to craft, shop and enjoy the finer things in life, like eating sushi in my pyjamas.
Hi, I'm Caroline. I graduated from St George’s University, Grenada, West Indies. After having completed my clinical rotations at University College Dublin, I returned to the North of England to work in West Yorkshire. Having worked in small and large Practices as both permanent and Locum staff I developed an interest in Emergency and Critical Care (ECC) medicine.
I'm currently in my final year of a specialty certificate in ECC, and I'm enjoying using this knowledge during my shifts working nights here at Birstall.
When I'm not at work I enjoy getting out in the countryside hiking and wild camping with Bracken my Border Collie. My partner and his Border Collie Charlie like to join us too as often as they can , but we haven’t quite managed to convinced Mischief the cat yet.....
Head Registered Veterinary Nurse
DipAVN (Small Animal), DipHE CVN, RVN, NCert(Anaesth). Currently studying BSc Clinical Veterinary Nursing
Hi, my name is Claire and I’m the Head Veterinary Nurse at Leeds Birstall. I’ve been in practice since 2004, and I qualified in 2007 from Myerscough College. In 2014, I decided that anaesthesia management was what I enjoyed the most and I undertook an advanced certificate in anaesthesia. I've also recently passed my Advanced Nursing qualification so added more letters to my name! I’m currently studying toward my Bachelors Degree in Clinical Veterinary Nursing. In my spare time I love walking my two English Springer Spaniels with my husband.
Hi, my name is Tammy, I'm a Senior RVN. I have been working in vet practice since 2000 and qualified as a veterinary nurse 2004. My passion in the profession is nurse consults and well-being. I also enjoy training colleagues and students which has recently inspired a new role for me at Birstall as Student Nurse Coordinator. I live with my 10 year old daughter Olivia who has the best sense of humor... Just like her mum! Sadly I no longer have any pets of my own as I lost them both to old age in the summer of 2021. One of my hobbies at home includes baking which means I often bring tasty treats to work and the team affectionately call me 'Mama Tammy'.
Senior Registered Veterinary Nurse
RVN, NCert (Dentistry). Currently studying CertAVN (Dentistry)
Hi, I'm Sarah Ramsden and have been with Vets4Pets Birstall for 2 years. I have a very strong interest in companion Animal Dentistry and make sure your pets receive the best possible care whilst in for their procedure. I am currently studying two different certificates in Dentistry for Veterinary Nurses to make sure our practice is up to date with current best practice. I have been within the Veterinary profession for 6 years and absolutely adore being a nurse.
Hi, I’m Helen, also known as ‘Fitzy’ or the crazy cat lady. I have worked in Veterinary practice for the past 20 years, I joined Vets4Pets in October 2013 and absolutely love it. I enjoy both the medical and surgical aspects of nursing, particularly anaesthesia. I am very passionate about animal welfare and have previously worked for rescue charities both home and abroad. I’m a volunteer for the Blue Cross and run a small re-homing cattery from home on their behalf. Outside of work I have 2 children, Jenson and Sienna, but to add to that 4 of my own rescue cats; Panther, Puma, Cheetah and Alley Kat, my ambition is to one day work with real big cats. I also have two Guinea Pigs, Percy and Peppa pig as well as two chickens; digger and dumper.
Registered Veterinary Nurse & Behaviourist
FdSc (Applied Canine Behaviour & Training). Cert Level 3 Award (Canine & Feline Behaviour Management), Diploma Level 3 (Dog Training Class Instruction), VN NVQ Level 3, Currently studying BSc (Hons) Canine Behaviour Management
I began my career working in veterinary practice in 1999 and qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2004. Initially I enjoyed all aspects of the veterinary nursing but after years of doing nurse clinics it was apparent that clients were asking more and more advice on canine behaviour and especially training puppies so this is what I decided to dedicate my career on. In 2011 I decided to work only part time as a veterinary nurse so I could educate myself and gain experience in behaviour and training. I began my own home boarding and dog walking business which enabled me to observe and learn about canine behaviour. I began running puppy parties, working with dog trainers, running puppy and adolescent training classes. I took a break from veterinary nursing in 2017 to concentrate on my degree, returning in 2019 as I was finishing my FdSc. I came back to veterinary practice to be able to help more dogs and hopefully after completing BSc I will long continue my education in this area.
Hi, I’m Vicky and I joined Vets4Pets Birstall in 2014 as a Veterinary Care Assistant. In 2018 after two years of training at the practice, I qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse. I am passionate about providing a high level of personal care to all of our patients. I have loved getting to know many of our clients and patients over the years and hope to continue to support them in the future.
Hi I’m Laura and I’m a registered Veterinary Nurse and I have a BSC (Hons) in Veterinary nursing. My favourite part of my job is anaesthesia and inpatient care. In my free time I love going on walks with my springer spaniel Max, cycling, travelling and spending time with my friends and family.
Hi My name's Beth. I qualified in April 2021 as a Registered Veterinary Nurse and started working at Leeds Birstall with this amazing team in July 2021. I have learnt so much since being at Birstall. When I'm not in work I enjoy spending time with family and friends, taking my dog Belle for a long walks and chillig with my 2 cats, Hector and Trevor.
Hi, I'm Lauren, also known as Titch. I have been at the practice for 3 years, starting off as work experience then worked my way up to a Veterinary Care Assistant, and now I'm in my first year of training as a Veterinary Nurse. I love taking care of all your lovely pets that come to visit us and being involved in different cases. I love every minute of my job and hopefully spend many more years here. I also love Corgis.
Hi, I am Emma known to all the team as Waggers. I have been at Leeds Birstall for 3 years now, I love animals and the great outdoors. I was brought up on a farm so when I'm not at work that’s where I'll be with my border collie Charles, my little hens and beautiful horses.
I am currently a student nurse working both day and night shifts. I have always had a huge passion for animals and I couldn’t be happier working in the Veterinary Industry. I have an interest in laboratory work and ECC and once qualified, I hope to further my knowledge within these areas.
Night Registered Veterinary Nurse
Foundation Degree in Animal Management, Currently studying Cert ECC
I started in practice in 2014 shortly before finishing my degree. My favourite aspect of the job is inpatient care and medical nursing, I love watching the patients health improve and seeing them go back home to their families.
I started studying veterinary nursing in September 2019, first at another practice and then here at Birstall. I enjoy all aspects of being a nurse, my favourite being nurse consultations. I enjoy creating a relationship with clients and making it so they have that familiar face at the practice. I have 2 horses, a chihuahua and a Lhasa apso of my own. If you’re wondering where I am in the practice, look for any chihuahuas and you’ll usually find me.
My name is Jess, I joined Vets4Pets Leeds Birstall in 2019 as a Veterinary Care Assistant. I’m now following my dreams and studying to become a Veterinary Nurse. I feel privileged to work with such an amazing team to develop my career within the Veterinary Industry. When I’m not at work, I am looking after my 2 cats, 6 rats and horse.
Night Registered Veterinary Nurse & Clinical Coach
BSc (Hons), RVN, CertVN (ECC).
I'm Sam and I'm one of the 3 night nurses at Birstall. My favourite part of the job is caring for the inpatients, although I'm happy to deal with anything that life throws at me. Surgeries, emergencies, wound management cases, poisonings to name a few. I treat every patient as if they are my own. Damo, my boyfriend of 11 years and I live at home with Beanie, our miniature Yorkshire Terrier, who loves to twirl for treats and loves to see how fast he can remove squeaks from toys. We used to do agility so can he can do A frames, jumps, seesaws, reverse see-saws, hoops of fire and more. Dainty is my 18 year old Irish Sports Horse who adores jumping. She squeaks with excitement when she sees her tack or the trailer to go out competing and does her very best to take care of me when we ride. When I'm off work, we compete in dressage, showing, show jumping and cross country.
Veterinary Care Assistant
Level 3 BTEC extended diploma in Animal Management
I've loved animals since I was a kid. My house was like a zoo, I had hamsters, dogs, cats and every creature you could possibly find in the garden! I always knew I wanted to work with animals which is why I went straight into college to study for a qualification in Animal Care. Further to this, I advanced onto a level 3 qualification in Animal Management where I was able to get my first placement in a veterinary practice. Since then I've been through University and worked in many different practices. I love working in a veterinary environment and I hope to be a RVN one day.
Animals have always been my biggest passion! I love every kind of animal there is from the biggest giants to the smallest critters. I always knew from being young that I wanted to work with animals which is why I studied a level 3 national extended diploma in animal care and management. I absolutely love working in a veterinary environment and hope I can progress and become an RVN in the future.
Hi I’m Chelsea. I have worked in the veterinary industry for the past 7 years, before this I trained in beauty therapy but later decided that working with animals was my passion and the career path I wanted to go down. I have worked in practices all over Yorkshire both full time and as a locum Veterinary Care Assistant. Along the way I have learned so many new skills working in both 1st opinion and in a hospital environment. I started working at Birstall in September 2021 and I’m really enjoying my time here and I'm looking forward to see what the future brings here at Birstall. In my spare time my favourite thing to do is go to the pub, take naps and bath time.... Oh and I love penguins!
Hello, I’m Kathryn, one of the Registered Veterinary Nurses here at Birstall. I started out in practice in 2009, which was where I was lucky enough to train to become an RVN, qualifying in 2015. Since then I’ve discovered a love of learning and a passion for ECC and Medical Nursing; completing the Vets Now Certificate in Emergency and Critical Care, followed by the BSAVA Merit Award in ECC and Anesthesia. I’m currently studying for my Medical Nursing Merit Award and hope to complete more courses in the future!
I have been at Birstall since December 2021, loving every moment being part of an awesome team who are dedicated to giving your animals the very best care. My happy place is on the wards nursing the inpatients, seeing them through until they get to go home again. I currently live with my 3 furries, my beautiful rescue cat Tallulah and two very cheeky guinea pigs, Saffron and Flora.
Hi my name is Shannon, I’ve been been working with vets4pets since January but been a Veterinary Care Assistant for 8 years in total at various practices. I love my job! When I’m not working I’m looking after my 2 bunnies and their babies.
RVN, CertVN, ECC, Dip AVN (small animal), BSc, Currently studying PgCert Cert AVN ECC
My name is Krishna, I qualified in 2013 and worked in a variety of small animal clinics in Yorkshire. I am currently studying for my PgCert Cert AVN in emergency and critical care. My favourite part of my job is inpatient care, spending time with the patients and trying to make their time in hospital as comfortable as possible. The happiness when you discharge them back to their owners is the best feeling ever. I have volunteered abroad helping to care for dogs in Sri Lanka and hopefully I will get to do this again.
I’m Julie, one of the partners at Vets4pets Leeds Birstall, and I have an absolute passion for animals (both domestic and exotic). Having studied my BSc. Honors degree in Zoology at Edinburgh University (1997) and PhD in Biological Anthropology from the Zoological Society of London and UCL (2005), I specialised in Primatology (monkeys, apes and rainforest ecology). I’ve spent most of my working career abroad, managing wildlife conservation projects in both Asia and Africa and also presented wildlife documentaries for BBC1 (Scotland the Wild 2005, and Living with Monkeys - Tales from the Treetops 2009). 2006 saw Keith and myself embark on a one-year overland trip where we drove through northern, Western and Central Africa, visiting wildlife conservation projects along the way. Having returned to the UK and settled in lovely Yorkshire, my time is spent overseeing & developing our amazing 24/7 Small Animal Hospital whilst looking after three little monkeys of our own (Ollie, Amelia and Charlie) as well as our dog (Hobnob), cat (Domino) and two adorable rabbits (Gingernut and Nibbles).
Hi, Im Ryan! The General Practice Manager here at Birstall. I am relatively new to the industry, but my background before my days in Veterinary is all about people, operation and efficiency management. I have a massive passion for a ‘great place to work’ and really believe that if you look after your team, they will look after your business, and in turn look after your pets! In my spare time I enjoy a few drinks with my friends whilst watching the football, I've recently become a father for the first time so this doesn't happen as often nowadays.
Client Accounts Manager
Mental Health First Aid, Level 2 Animal Care, Level 2 Applied Science
I joined Birstall Vets4Pets in September 2019 as a Client Care Advisor and have progressed onto my role now as Client Account Manager. I now lead a team of Accounts Administrators who deal with all the day to day finance throughout all aspects of the business. I have 2 teenage children, 2 cats Toby & Mr Wilson and a dog called Nancy. Nancy regularly comes to work with me and is always on-hand for team cuddles. I've always had a passion for animals and their welfare and one day I hope to have a more hands on role. When I don't have my head in a spreadsheet, you'll probably see me out on reception snapping pictures of your furbabie's to post on our social media platforms, so don't forget to grab me for a photo if you want your pet to star on our socials!
Hi My name is Maria. I'm the Client Care Manager here at Birstall and I manage the fantastic front of house team of Client Care Advisors. I've worked within Vets4pets since 2017. I have a partner, 2 beautiful sons and a crazy French Bulldog. I don't like cricket, oh no, I love it!!
I started at Birstall as a Client Care Advisor in September 2020 and since May 2021 I've been working within the Finance Team as a Client Accounts Advisor. I have a passion for travel and animals. I have previously worked overseas doing voluntary farm work, working with elephants as well as stray dogs and cats at a rescue sanctuary. I have a rescue dog called Romeo who me and my partner adopted from Spain and we also have a cat called Brigitta. I love to go for long walks with Romeo, read, go to the gym and spend time with friends and family.
Hi, I'm Lou. I've worked for Vets4Pets for the last 7 years and I've been here at Birstall since January 2019. I started as a Client Care Advisor and now I manage the pharmacy and stock. When I'm not in work in enjoy spending time with my friends and family. I enjoy going on long walks with my dog Hettie and finishing off in a country pub. I also have a cat called Bindi, a horse called Puzzle, a rat called Bella and a leopard gekko called Groot... He's so cute!
Hi I'm Lara and I am a Client Care Advisor at Leeds Birstall. I have a rescue dog called Jessie and in my spare time love taking her on adventures and have a keen interest in Anime.
My name is Ellie and I work as a CCA at Leeds Birstall Vets 4 Pets. After working in Mental Health Services for 5 years, I decided I wanted a new challenge. I have always had a passion for animals and helping people, so I am really loving working with this fantastic team.
Hi, I’m Lauren and I’m a CCA. I have a beagle called Holly (my favourite breed!), an old little terrier called Suky and my 3 beautiful cats Luna, Phoenix and Chester. I also have my hands full with my 2 crazy kids. I have always loved animals and one day hope to pursue a career within the nursing team.
I started working for vets4pets mid lockdown 2020 after being made redundant from my previous office job. I was so thankful to have a job after searching for so long and being unsuccessful in a most trying time for everyone. I have been with the company now for 9 months and I honestly can't see myself anywhere else - I adore my job although busy and emotional most of the time I love seeing animals and meeting their owners. I love that we all work so hard together to get all the animals feeling better and back home to their families.
Hi, I'm Georgie. I am a Client Care Advisor here at Birstall V4P. Find me on reception to assist with all your needs and most importantly, cuddle your furry friends!
Hi, my names Natalie I'm a CCA at Leeds Birstall Vets4Pets. I am completely animal crazy. I own many animals including my horses, my English Bulldog Bruce, a snake named Barry, chickens, rabbits and even a spider named Penelope. I have spent many years in customer service. I really enjoy meeting and being able to help people and their furbaby's in anyway I can. I adore my job and the team I get to work with. We all have a great passion towards our customers and there furbaby's needs.
My name is Abby and I work as a CCA at Leeds Birstall Vets 4 Pets. I have a dog called Nala and I enjoy taking her for walks in my spare time, along with going for a swim. I have always loved animals and wanted to focus my career around them one day I’m hoping to train as a veterinary nurse.
Hi, I'm Taylor. I'm a CCA at Vets4Pets in Birstall. I have 2 beautiful babies at home as well as Coco the hamster and Bluey the rabbit. Since being a child, I always remember being animal crazy. I've grown up around a lot of different animals, from dogs and other small family pets to chickens, ducks and I've even hand fed a baby deer! I'm now wanting to take my career into a furry direction and hope to one day train to become a veterinary nurse.
Hi, My name's Tamsin. I work as a Client Care Advisor here at Birstall. I love all small animals, especially rabbits and I have 2 of my own. I'm currently studying at University and love working at Birstall on a weekend around my studies. The team here is great, everyone is so lovely and friendly, we all help eachother out in any way we can.
MEET THE PARTNERS AT LEEDS BIRSTALL 24/7 SMALL ANIMAL HOSPITAL
Keith and Julie Leonard are both passionate and driven supporters of the Veterinary Profession, with an aspiration to make their Veterinary Hospital the No. 1 employer of choice in the West Yorkshire area, for both clinical and non-clinical veterinary professionals.
Coming from two quite different backgrounds, Surgery Certificate Holder Keith (from a family of vets; his 3 brother’s and dad are also vets) and Julie (with a PhD in Primatology, who developed Conservation Projects in both Asia and Africa) didn't take the traditional route into owning their own practice until later on in their careers.
Prior to settling, they worked for small animal charities and wildlife conservation projects abroad, travelled extensively in Africa, Keith also worked the length and breadth of the UK as a Locum, Assistant and subsequent Senior (Certificate holding) Veterinarian in a variety of Independent and Corporate practices, whilst Julie presented various BBC Wildlife Documentaries, before finally settling in their late 30’s in West Yorkshire with 3 kids, a cat, dog and 2 rabbits in tow.
Keith has an immense love for this career and the profession, and felt (back in November 2013) that he needed to start his own practice that would nurture and support the next generation of vets, nurses and veterinary admin staff. In his own words: “ I work full-time in my own practice, so I need it to be a place I enjoy being in daily, to have fun with my team, grow and develop constantly, and most importantly is a safe, supportive and inclusive place to work”.
Clinical excellence aside, the most challenging aspect of running a busy hospital with a culture of ‘we like change’ and ‘we get better every day’, is delivering effective communications (both to client and team), CPD development and Well-Being support, to manage the ever-changing clinical standards and client expectations within the veterinary industry. That’s where Julie’s immense experience in project management, people development, coaching, data management (she’s a proper Excel spreadsheet geek!) and strategic planning have made this vison possible. The fact that currently Leeds Birstall has 62 colleagues (of which only 11 are vets, with 2:1 qualified RVN-to -vet working ratio) illustrates the importance Julie and Keith prioritise the ‘people-support’ aspect of their Hospital.
Interested in coming to work for us? We always have an open-door policy at Birstall for folks to either come in and meet the team, see how we work, plus the partners are always enthusiastic to Zoom chat with vets and nurses who are looking for the next step in their careers.
Emergency coverEven if we are closed, we have your pet covered.
Open 7 Days a WeekWe are open 7 days a week.
Airway SurgeryAirway Surgery
AnaesthesiaGeneral anaesthetic enables us to perform many procedures kindly and safely for your pet.
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Bereavement SupportMaking the decision to say goodbye to your pet is one of the toughest you’ll ever make. Pets provide us with unconditional love, friendship and comfort, so it is normal to have intense or conflicting emotions when it comes to euthanasia. At Vets4Pets we’re here for you and your pet for every step of your journey together.
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.
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.
Educational WorkshopsEducational workshops are held to create awareness.
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.
Fracture RepairOrthopaedic surgery to correct broken bones.
Groom RoomGrooming services available for your pet.
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.
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.
Locally OwnedThis practice is locally owned.
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.
Nutritional AdviceAdvice and support for your pet's diet.
OncologyMedical care of cancer.
Late Opening TimesLate Opening Times
Operating TheatreAn operating theatre with gaseous anaesthetic facility for surgical procedures.
OrthopaedicsSurgery of joints and bones.
Oxygen ChamberEnables us to provide supplemental oxygen when needed.
Pet Passport / Animal Health CertificateTrained Official Veterinarian vets to issue Pet Passports, Fit to Fly letters and rabies serology tests.
PrescriptionsWe can provide written prescriptions upon request.
Puppy PartiesPuppy parties to support you to train, socialise and ensure your puppy has the best start in life possible.
Rabbit Medicine and TestingRabbit Medicine and Testing
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.
Small Mammal Medicine and SurgerySmall Mammal Medicine and Surgery
Tonopen - Eye Pressure TestingMeasures eye pressure.
UltrasoundGenerates 2-D moving images of your pet’s internal organs at work.
X-RayGenerates digital 2D images of bones and internal organs.
X-Ray & UltrasoundX-Ray & Ultrasound