Our practice offers hospitalization services. Hospitalization involves admitting your pet into the hospital for monitoring or necessary medical care. Your pet will have their own cage or kennel within the hospital building and will be monitored closely by nurses and vets throughout their stay. Your pet will receive medical treatments (such as medications, fluid therapy, and physical therapy) as directed by the vet.
We are proud to be one of the first practices in the UK to use an innovative pet monitoring collar which provide us with live information and alerts about your pet during his stay with us, night and day! When your pet go home you are likely receive a detailed datasheet with information about his stay with us.
Hospitalization Facilities ( St Albans Branch)
We have an extensive kennelled area specifically for dogs where your pet can be cared for in comfort. We also have a separate room for isolating any coughing dogs or for sick cases of potentially contagious diseases such as parvovirus. This will help prevent any potential cross contamination of Kennel Cough or Parvovirus while your dog is in our care.
Unlike many practices not only do we have a separate area in the waiting room for cats so they are not bothered by dogs waiting for appointments while in an already stressed state but we have a whole sound dampened room for the cats separate from our dog ward. This allows the cats to recover from their surgery or illness without dogs barking and generally upsetting them whilst in their debilitated state. The separate isolation area also allows us to care for potential flu cases without the risk of spreading to other cats whilst in our care