We have the latest digital x-ray and dental x-ray equipment enabling your pets to be treated quickly and effectively on the premises by us.
Preventative dental care is an essential part of caring for your pet. Dental disease is one of the most common problems with middle-aged and older animals. We recommend regular dental check-ups; we include these as part of the annual vaccination examination.
If dental treatment is required, however, then we have modern air powered equipment with which we can provide sensitive, high-quality care for your pet.
Our dedicated dental x-ray facilities enable prompt and accurate treatment.
We have a well equipped in-house laboratory enabling full blood-testing, microscopy, and urinalysis. The majority of routine laboratory work can be performed on the premises, thus minimising waiting time and enabling prompt treatment.
Having your pet microchipped given them the best chance of being identified if thy get lost or are stolen. At Hyndland street we offer a microchipping service for dogs, cats and rabbits using PET ID equipment. It is compulsory to have your dog microchipped in Scotland from April 2016. It is essential that owners remember to keep their details up to date following microchipping.
Vaccinations are essential to ensure your pet is protected against the major infectious diseases. When your pet visits us for their annual booster vaccination they will be fully examined and given a weight, dental and flea check.
Routine Dog Vaccinations provide protection against:
If your dog spends time in kennels, training classes , with a dog walker or is regularly in contact with other dogs we would also recommend kennel cough vaccination.
Puppies begin vaccinations at 8 to 10 weeks of age and should then have an annual booster vaccination.
Routine Cat Vaccinations provide protection against:
If you cat goes outdoors they should also include feline leukemia vaccination
Kittens vaccinations course begins at 9 & 12 weeks followed by an annual booster.
Routine Rabbit Vaccinations provide protection against:
- Viral Haemorrhagic disease
Rabbit vaccination course can commence any time after 8 weeks followed by an annual booster.