Here at Ardmore we pride ourselves on our exceptionally high surgical standards. Routine operations take place Monday to Friday, with admission appointments between 8:30am and 9:00am. Most patients are able to return home the same day.

The vet will discuss your pets’ procedure on admission and the nurse will discuss aftercare on collection, with a post-operative check being booked to follow-up your pets’ care. To help minimise risks associated with anaesthesia and surgery we tailor make your pets anaesthetic and pain management dependent on their individual requirements. We also recommend the use of pre-operative blood testing for older pets to help minimise risks associated with anaesthesia and surgery.

To make anaesthesia as safe as possible, patients are monitored by highly trained nurses in our sterile theatre using sophisticated electronic equipment; any abnormalities can then be responded to rapidly to ensure your pet has a smooth and uneventful anaesthetic. Every patient has an intravenous catheter placed so that in an emergency we have immediate intravenous access should a crisis occur.

During anaesthesia all patients are placed on intravenous fluids to help maintain perfusion to all vital organs, keeping them well supported to promote a smooth recovery. Throughout your pets recovery we constantly monitor them until they are able to get up, so once fully recovered your pet is offered the opportunity to go to the toilet and have something to eat, so you are safe in the knowledge that they are always given lots of love and reassurance during their stay with us at Ardmore.

At the Ardmore Veterinary Group we aim to provide the highest standard of professional veterinary care. If you find any of the information displayed incorrect please do not hesitate to call us. We are here to listen and assist in any way we can.

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