By: Abbotts Way Vet  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Pet, Veterinary Clinic, Pocket Pets

Abbotts Way Veterinary Clinic is a full service veterinary clinic for small animals, which includes dogs, cats, and pocket pets such as rabbits, guinea pigs, rats and.


The clinic is open every weekday from 7.30am. Consultations start at 7.50am and run every 20 minutes from then. Our last consultation of the day is at 5.50pm.

On Saturdays we open at 8.30am and the first consultation is at 8.50am and the last of the day is at 2.50pm.

Elective surgical procedures such as speys or neuters are performed every weekday. Dental procedures are also done on a daily basis

Probably of most importance is that if your pet is sick we will never make you wait until tomorrow to be seen. We will always fit you in and see your pet. . This guarantee is not limited to our own clients, we will see any pet that is sick on the day that you call us.

If you have a non urgent enquiry then you can submit your question to us at:-


Also further information may be found at

. This web site is connected to the

which Abbotts Way Veterinary Clinic is a member of. As this is a web site in America some drugs and tests that they mention are not always available here.

Keywords: Pet, Pocket Pets, Veterinary Clinic

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Is anaesthesia safe in pets at the veterinary clinic

It is critical to monitor the patient’s vitals while under anaesthesia to ensure that the respiratory and cardiovascular systems are functioning well, and to ensure that the patient is not under too lightly or too deeply. The risk of a pet dying under anaesthesia while undergoing a routine spay, neuter, dental or mass removal is extremely low, but this risk can be affected by the anaesthetic drugs used and the monitoring of the patient.


Preanaesthetic blood testing at Abbotts Way Veterinary Clinic

We will perform a complete physical examination to look for any existing medical conditions that might complicate the procedure or compromise your pet’s health. We perform pre-anaesthetic testing for companion animals for the same reasons your doctor would run tests on you before you underwent anaesthesia.


Pet Dentistry

At Abbotts Way Veterinary Clinic we grade your pets teeth at every visit and if prophylactic cleaning is required we will advise you accordingly. Tooth resorption is the most common dental problem in cats, with studies worldwide showing a prevalence rate of up to 75%. Resorptions of permanent teeth in cats have commonly been referred to as feline odontoclastic resorptive lesions.


Dental Cleaning at Abbotts Way Veterinary Clinic

At best tooth and gum disease causes discomfort so please call our receptionist to schedule an appointment to insure your special pet has healthy. You will be given the option to waive these tests when you sign the anaesthetic consent form when your pet is admitted for surgery. This may consist of teeth brushing, the use of the Hills t/d prescription food or various dental treats and chews such as Greenies.