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On-site laboratory

Our in-house laboratory allows us to perform many types of testing that can aid in the diagnosis and treatment of your pet. Our state-of-the-art, in-house laboratory equipment allows us to diagnose your pet 24 hours a day in most cases with results available within 10 – 30 minutes. Diagnostic equipment available at our clinic:


X-rays are the most frequently used diagnostic tool. Our on-site CR system in combination with skilled veterinarians, nurses and handlers allow us to take professional x-rays that give us enough information to make or rule out a diagnosis. Occasionally your pet may require sedation in order to make the procedure as painless and stress free. The veterinarian will discuss these options with you.


An ultrasound allows us to evaluate and detect any abnormalities of internal organs, internal bleeding and soft tissue abnormalities. Our veterinarians can make pregnancy diagnosis and make use of the ultrasound to perform cystocentesis. Specialist ultrasonography and echocardiograms (ultrasonography of the heart, liver, kidneys, intestines etc) can also be arranged at our clinic.


The futuristic light or “low level laser” is a more holistic approach we have added to our treatment protocol for the last 10 years. The main aim is to assist in pain control and to improve wound healing.



Our well-equipped theatre is used for surgical procedures such as sterilizations, orthopedic and soft tissue procedures, opthalmic surgeries (Cherry eye, entropion, enucleation), wound repair and emergency procedures. Gas anaesthetic is used to ensure the safest and pain free anaesthetic procedure.


80% of dogs over 3 years suffer from some form of dental disease. Regular tooth brushing delays tooth decay but unfortunately does not prevent it. We offer a variety of preventative care options that include annual hygienist scale & polish as well as extractions.  


Preventative pet care encompasses a range of proactive measures aimed at maintaining the health and well-being of animals. This includes regular vaccinations to prevent disease, microchipping for identification, sterilization to control population and promote health, specialized wellness packages for different life stages, such as senior pets or puppies/kittens, and pet insurance to mitigate financial burdens of unexpected medical expenses. These measures collectively aim to promote longevity, vitality, and happiness in our furry companions while minimizing risks and addressing health concerns proactively.