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Animal Emergency

Our animal emergency hospital is open 24h per day, 365 days per year, and is staffed by experienced emergency vets and nurses caring for your pet.

Internal Medicine

Our Internal medicine service deals with heart problems, cancer, gastrointestinal disease, neurology and a range of other illnesses.

Animal Surgery

We offer the latest techniques in chest & abdominal surgery, cancer surgery, wound reconstruction, spinal imaging & surgery and advanced orthopaedics.

Dehydration

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A dog or cat may become dehydrated from not eating or drinking, from vomiting, diarrhea or any general illness. Dehydration can become serious very quickly, especially in younger puppies and kittens, or the elderly. At Pet Emergency and Specialist Centre, our emergency veterinarians and nurses are on stand-by to examine and treat your dehydrated pet.  In some cases, pets need to be placed on an intravenous drip to treat the dehydration. Further tests may be required; such as blood tests or Xrays.