Desexing

We recommend desexing of puppies and kittens from 4–6 months of age, although animals of any age can be desexed. We know that ‘D-day’ can feel like a very big deal for you and your fur-baby, so we take both your and their comfort and reassurance very seriously.

While most veterinary surgeries favour the ‘drop-and-run’ approach, in which owners don’t even see the vet, rest assured that you’ll meet the vet at admission for your pet’s free, comprehensive health check, where you’ll have the procedure explained and be given an opportunity to ask questions.

From there your pet will be given a comfy bed for the day, medication to reduce anxiety before surgery, regular kisses and cuddles from our nurses, a walk (for dogs), free multimodal pain relief (before and after surgery), and a snack after surgery if they’re under six months of age. Our patients enjoy this pampering from the comfort of our temperature-controlled hospital, with separate cat and dog wards, while feel-good pheromones pump out from our pheromone diffusers. Our nurses spend regular one-on-one time with all surgical patients, offering affection, reassurance and attention.

Free follow up

Owners will receive an in-depth home care briefing from a nurse at discharge, a follow-up call the next day, and our nurses also provide recheck and suture removal appointments free of charge.

A vet your pet will trust

A trip to the vet doesn’t have to be scary for your pet. We help our patients and their owners feel relaxed and comfortable.