All Pets offers a wide range of soft tissue procedures, from routine neutering to emergency abdominal surgery. Our purpose-built theatre is equipped with modern anaesthetic and patient monitoring equipment such as a heated operating table, multiparameter monitors with ECG, pulse oximetry, blood pressure and capnography, monopolar and bipolar diathermy, oxygen concentrators and oxygen canisters in case of a power outage.

Patient monitoring is performed by one of our qualified Registered Veterinary Nurses (RVNs) under the guidance of our Veterinary Surgeons. Each patient has a customised anaesthetic protocol according to their individual needs, and we follow guidelines and protocols produced by the Association of Veterinary Anaesthetists to ensure up-to-date best possible patient safety.

State of the art orthopedic surgeries such as TPLO surgery for cruciate ligament disease, Medial Patellar Luxation (MPL) correction, fracture repair, etc are performed by our surgeon Dr. Ben Benander. He has many years experience in the field and uses the latest technology to minimize stress and pain for the patient while maximizing surgical outcomes. We work closely with physiotherapy providers to improve rehabilitation outcomes.

Our advanced soft tissue surgery offerings include Brachycephalic Airway Surgery (BOAS), cancer sugery, liver surgery, gall bladder removal, urinary tract surgery and many more.

We understand that undergoing any procedure can be scary for both pet and owner and are here to provide you with as much support and information as you need. Did you know that at All Pets we offer the following?

  • For particularly worried patients, and where safe to do so, we offer pre-anaesthetic sedation with their owner, allowing them to fall asleep with someone they know.
  • A variety of pre-anaesthetic blood tests are available as part of any surgical procedure, with results available within minutes to increase anaesthetic safety.
  • Wherever possible, we use a local anaesthetic cream prior to placement of IV cannulas and blood sampling to improve patient experience
  • ‘Feline drop off’ a separate feline ward and gold-standard feline friendly handling
  • Discounted pre-anaesthetic heart scans for cats (did you know that 15% of cats have heart disease, and almost a third of these are undetectable by stethoscope?)

General Instructions for Surgical Patients:

If your dog or cat is booked for a surgery at All Pets, please to do not allow any food after dinner the night before. Free access to water is always allows. Please consider giving your pet a nice bath the day before surgery so their skin and coats are free from excess debris, and in case they aren’t allow bathing for a period of time afterwards (for example if there are skin incisions to keep clean and dry). Call if you have any questions or concerns .

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All Pets offers a wide range of soft tissue procedures, from routine neutering to emergency abdominal surgery. Our purpose-built theatre is equipped with modern anaesthetic and patient monitoring equipment such as a heated operating table, multiparameter monitors with ECG, pulse oximetry, blood pressure and capnography, monopolar and bipolar diathermy, oxygen concentrators and oxygen canisters in case of a power outage.

Patient monitoring is performed by one of our 3 qualified Registered Veterinary Nurses (RVNs) or 2 Student Veterinary Nurses (SVNs) under the guidance of our Veterinary Surgeons. Each patient has a customised anaesthetic protocol according to their individual needs, and we follow guidelines and protocols produced by the Association of Veterinary Anaesthetists to ensure up-to-date best possible patient safety.

We understand that undergoing any procedure can be scary for both pet and owner and are here to provide you with as much support and information as you need. Did you know that at All Pets we offer the following?

  • For particularly worried patients, and where safe to do so, we offer pre-anaesthetic sedation with their owner, allowing them to fall asleep with someone they know.
  • A variety of pre-anaesthetic blood tests are available as part of any surgical procedure, with results available within minutes to increase anaesthetic safety.
  • Wherever possible, we use a local anaesthetic cream prior to placement of IV cannulas and blood sampling to improve patient experience
  • Feline drop off a separate feline ward and gold-standard feline friendly handling
  • Discounted pre-anaesthetic heart scans for cats (did you know that 15% of cats have heart disease, and almost a third of these are undetectable by stethoscope?)
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