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When your pet is not well



Diagnosing what’s wrong with your pet.

Despite the best efforts of our vets, sometimes we cannot tell you what’s wrong straight away. We may need to do additional tests to reach a diagnosis.

Modern up to date facilities and equipment allow us to find out what is wrong with your pet as soon as possible.

  • Diagnostics suite with Ultrasound, Endoscopy and Xray
  • Cardiology including ECG, Blood pressure and Echocardiology
  • Laboratory – fully equipped to provide rapid in house blood and urine testing for diagnosis and monitoring
  • Ophthalmology (eyes), Dermatology (skin), Oncology (cancer)
  • External laboratory – we have a daily courier service so we can get samples to a local external laboratory quickly for more complex diagnostic tests.

Treating your pet

Once we know what's wrong, we can quickly start the treatment, some pets will also need supportive treatments while we find out what is wrong. We have a fully stocked dispensary with all the medicines we need, surgical facilities and comfy hospital wards, should your pet need to stay where they will be cosy and safe.

  • Fully equipped operating theatres for surgical cases, including routine neutering, soft tissue surgery and orthopaedics
  • Medical treatments including chemotherapy
  • Dental suite – we have up to date dental equipment, just like at your own dentist, which allows us to scale and polish and if necessary extract teeth.
  • Separate dog, cat and isolation wards to hospitalise day cases and in-patients, these areas are heated and have individual kennels with soft comfortable bedding.
  • Oxygen cage to assist treatment of respiratory and cardiac cases
  • Fully stocked dispensary with medicines of guaranteed quality
  • Referrals - if we are unable to provide the service or treatment needed for your pet, we have excellent relationships with local referral centres that can provide additional expertise.

The Vale Veterinary group is proud to be accredited by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS), this scheme sets out the requirements needed for a veterinary practice to provide the highest standards of veterinary care. Our branches are rigorously inspected by the RCVS to ensure these standards are met.

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