Dug the Pug came in to the clinic to be neutered last week. He was so well behaved and took it all in his stride!
This photo is him before his surgery, looking a little bemused as to why he has an IV (intravenous) catheter in his right leg.
Once an IV catheter is in place, we can then give all a pet’s medication via this (pre-medication, anaesthetic, pain relief), plus any IV fluids they might need during the operation, therefore not needing to give them multiple injections.
If I could give 10 stars I would! Helen, Becky and the rest of the team are brilliant.
I would highly recommend Paxton’s
This is an update on the situation regarding Pet Passports and BREXIT for your immediate attention
If your pet needs to see a Vet over the Christmas and New Year period, we can assure you that there is ALWAYS assistance available
Lily and Pickle are from the same family, and both came in for neutering recently