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When your pet requires an anaesthetic it can be a nervous time. We understand that you will have questions about the procedure and the anaesthesia.

We have produced these advice sheets to help answer any of your questions before the day of the surgery, but please feel free to telephone the surgery and ask any other questions that you may have.

On the morning of your pet's surgery, please ensure that they have eaten no food since 8pm the night before. They may have water freely. Please take dogs out to pass urine and faeces before attending for your appointment in the morning.

Bitch Spay

Cat Castration

Cat Spay 


Wound Repair

General anaesthetic or sedation for other reasons

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Dental Procedures

Dog Castration

Lump removal

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