As a first option practice your pet will receive their own dedicated vet. The nominated vet will then have inside out knowledge of your pet allowing them to offer a personalised service.
Our philosophy is to provide the highest possible standard of veterinary care for pets and their owners while remaining approachable and affordable.
Your pet will receive a full 15 minute consultation with one of our vets, if longer is required, no problem we will give your pet all the time they need. If you are bringing more than one pet please let us know at the time of booking so we can allocate more time. In some cases we will suggest your pet gets booked in with us as a day patient so we can carry out an in depth investigation.
We have an onsite laboratory that allows us to give rapid diagnosis to treat your pet. We take urine tests, skin samples and blood tests including haematology, biochemistry and electrolytes.
Our veterinary nurses are carefully selected, dedicated professionals whose primary responsibility is the care of our in-patients. This devotion to hospitalised patients maximises recovery and minimises the length of stay so that your pet can be back at home with you as soon as possible.
Any patients with potentially infectious diseases are cared for in a special area to protect them and our other patients.
Our dedicated operating theatre for animals is much like that found in hospitals, the standards are just as high.
At Alphavet we are fortunate to be equipped with this cutting edge digital radiography which enables us to get the maximum amount of diagnostic information from images. These are then saved on your pet's records to be retrieved quickly from any computer in the practice.
A variety of conditions can be diagnosed with the aid of ultrasound scanning. These include heart conditions, liver problems and pregnancy diagnosis. A major advantage of this diagnostic method is that it is painless, non-invasive and can be performed without anaesthesia.
We use top of the range Karl Storz™ rigid endoscopy to allow us to make detailed investigations into ear, nasal and bladder conditions. Arthroscopy is used for joint conditions so that we can perform key hole surgery, less invasive than open joint with better post op comfort and recovery time.
Our fully trained in house personnel ensure that all equipment is thoroughly sterilised to prevent infection. Using steam sterilisation we can set different programmes as appropriate.
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