Written by Vasiliki A.Ntavlourou, BVM, GPCert(ExAP),MRCVS.
In case hospitalization is needed, the patient is kept in our kennel area where we have 4 dog kennels, 2 cat kennels and 1 terrarium for the hospitalization of exotic species. It is in our future plans to extend our kennel area into our new building and create more space for the hospitalization of our inpatients.
The existing kennels are supported and equipped with individual lighting, and heating pads.
We monitor and nurse our hospitalized animals on a 24h basis.
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For the recovery from general anaesthesia, our patients are transferred into a specially designed for this purpose area of our new building. This is a recovery room, away from the main practice building, where the animals can recover from the anaesthetic in a calm and warm environement and under constant observation.