Our small animal hospital consists of a team of app. 15 experienced and motivated veterinarians and veterinary nurses. You can bring your pet to us for routine procedures such as vaccinations or castrations. In cases of severe disorders we also admit pets as inpatients at the hospital for treatment. We successfully carry out complicated surgical procedures for fracture repair, cruciate ligament tears and spinal dysfunctions. Our hospital is also excellently equipped in terms of both skill and equipment for internal and emergency medicine as well as abdominal surgery.
Since 1990, the small animal hospital has the equipment for ultrasonographic examinations (including Doppler for cardiac diagnostics) and gastroscopy. We utilise the possibilities of computed tomography since 1995 and digital radiography since 2002. Via an internal network we are able to access the patient files in all examination rooms which ensures quick transfer of information and reduces waiting times. Naturally, we can receive previous patient files from your referring vet or forward x-rays taken by us to colleagues.
The best possible veterinary care for our patients is at the top of our agenda. We also strive to make you and your pet feel comfortable at our clinic. Our team treats its small patients with affection and competence. Diet and care are tailored to each patient’s needs and their ailment. Separate accommodation facilities for each animal ensure the quiet surroundings required for a speedy recovery. And, as a rule, waiting times are short before experienced veterinarians attend to your animal.
We are readily available to provide a second opinion or further diagnostics and treatment. In order to make admission and initial examination of your pet fast and efficient, it is helpful for us to obtain a filled-in referral form from your referring vet. You can either bring this with you (download PDF here) or your vet can fill in the referral form directly online and send it to us. In urgent cases, your referring vet should definitely call us to inform us about the patient’s arrival.