We have highly skilled staff that excel in providing prompt, cutting-edge veterinary care to even the most critical patients while using the latest technological advances

Patients may be placed in ICU for treatment as simple as requiring eye drops every hour, to minute-to-minute observations. Extensive monitoring equipment and life support measures, such as IV fluids, heart monitors, and ventilators, are used to assist staff in the care of these patients.

Patients that require Intensive Care

  • Critically Ill
  • Trauma Patients
  • Blood or Plasma Transfusions
  • Advanced Tick Treatment/Care
  • Ventilation

For our client's

We understand that it can be a very difficult time when your pet becomes ill or is injured; therefore, we do our best not only to care for your pet as if they were our own, but also to communicate with you every step of the way.

What can I expect when I arrive with my critically ill pet?

All phases of treatment are determined on a case-by-case basis. We understand how important it is to have a rapid response to extremely critical cases such as hit-by-car traumas. When you arrive, an emergency nurse will meet you in the reception, prepared to collect your pet for emergency treatment and stabilisation. This may include, but is not limited to: checking the pet’s temperature, pulse and respirations, assessing the pet’s level of consciousness, obtaining blood samples and blood pressure measurements, placing an intravenous catheter, providing oxygen support (via oxygen mask or endotracheal tube), and administering intravenous fluid therapy, pain management, and CPCR (cardio-pulmonary-cerebral resuscitation).

We will then obtain information from you regarding your pet’s medical history, as well as the current injury/illness.

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