Clinic Tour

 

Waiting Area and Reception

Here you can talk to our nurses about making appointments and advice on:

  • Parasite Control – fleas, worms, ticks and heart worm
  • Nutrition
  • Grooming
  • Puppy & Kitten Care
  • Geriatric Care
  • Toys
  • And any other questions you may have
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Consultation Rooms

Here the  Vets will exam and treat patients for any of the following (and more):

 

  • Vaccinations
  • Ear problems
  • Eye problems
  • Skin/Fur issues
  • Nail trims

 

  • Gastrointestinal problems
  • Behavioural problems
  • Dental hygiene
  • Anal Glands
  • Lameness

 

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Surgery Room

Here the Vets perform many surgeries including:

  • Desexing
  • Lump removals
  • Knee reconstructions
  • Abdominal  surgery
  • Eye and Ear surgeries
  • Biopsies
  • Orthopaedics
  • and more

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Hospital Ward

For patient monitoring before and after surgery, or if being hospitalised for fluid therapy with our hospital grade intravenous infusion pump and for ongoing care.

 

In-House Bloods Machine

Our in-house bloods machine can provide results within 15 minutes for the fast analysis of:

  • pre-anaesthetic testing
  • snake bite detection
  • kidney disease
  • liver disease

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Digital X-Ray

Our digital Xray machine is the most up-to-date equipment to provide the fastest and clearest results to aid in the diagnosis of the following problems:

  • Fractures
  • Arthritis
  • Foreign bodies
  • Neoplasia
  • Contrast studies
  • Abdominal  and Soft Tissue imaging

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Laboratory and Pathology

In-house analysis via our bloods machine or microscope, plus external laboratory available for further investigations by use of:

  • Microscopic slides
  • Blood analysis
  • Tissue samples
  • Swabs
  • We can even DNA test to confirm your dog’s breed

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Dental Machine

For descaling and polishing teeth and extractions when required.

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Wildlife, Birds, Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Reptiles, Mice and more

We don’t only care for cats and dogs.  All small animals are welcomed and treated with expert care at our Clinic.

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HydroBath Unit

For general baths and medicated washes performed by our Clinic staff, which aid in keeping your pets coat shiny, healthy and fresh smelling.

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Grooming

Specialised grooming is offered for all breeds of dogs (and cats).  Bookings are essential and care is always taken to ensure the clipping is conducted with any special requirements requested by the owner.

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Puppy Pre-School

Torquay Puppy Pre-School offers a 4 week course in obedience and socialisation.  Our trainer teaches owners how to successfully integrate their puppy into the family, as well as positive socialisation with other puppies. As well as positive socialisation with other puppies in a safe, controlled environment.

 

The puppy school has been operating successfully since 1994 with many of our clients returning with subsequent puppies.  All training is based on current positive reinforcement methods which are easy for the owner to grasp and fun for both the owner and the dog, results are seen very quickly.

 

All puppies must be vaccinated prior to attending.

 

Lynne White (our trainer) also offers a dog training service with in home consultations, which many clients access to further their training after completing puppy school or for particular problems.

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Cat Boarding Facilities

Our serviced apartments for cats will keep your cats happy and safe while you are away with constant attention throughout the day and of course a Vet on hand at all times.

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Kitten Adoption

Over the summer period particularly we receive many unwanted kittens from undesexed cats.  We ALWAYS find homes for our kittens so please phone the Clinic if you are interested in adopting one.  They are fully vaccinated, wormed, desexed and microchipped. Please remember to desex your cats before the age of 6 months to limit our numbers of unwanted kittens