Clinic Tour (click to enlarge)
It takes a lot of specialised people and equipment to do surgery. In this picture alone there is 12 years of university education and 40+ years of on the job veterinary experience.
It's a tough job, but someone has to feed those lost little kittens.
This is the setup that processes our digital X-Rays and sends them to be stored in the cloud. If necessary a specialist veterinary radiologist will look at them for us.
A good way to check for pregnancy
Used for animals with trouble breathing or recovering from anaesthesia or sedation
Fluid pump allows precise delivery of fluids, warmer keeps the fluids warm!
Spacious radiology area. A large table with floating top and a powerful X-Ray generator are ideal for taking radiographs of large dogs.
This little device measures the oxygen saturation of haemoglobin in the blood. Mostly used in anaesthesia.