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Orthopaedic Vet Surgery

From fractures to broken bones, our experienced team has the skills needed to help your furry friend get back on their feet.

medially luxating patella surgery


A Medially Luxating Patella refers to the kneecap moving out of place within the knee which causes pain by wearing down the cartilage.

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anterior cruciate ligament surgery in dogs


Anterior Cruciate Ligament tears refer to a tear of the ligament that runs from the femur to the knee, resulting in pain and lameness.

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pelvic fractures surgery in dogs

Pelvic Fractures

Pelvic fractures are very common and often require no surgery at all! We examine your pet to determine the best treatment plan.

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limb fractures surgery in dogs

Limb Fractures

A limb fracture refers to any break or fracture within the fore or hind legs of your pet. Where possible, a stainless-steel plate is used to aid the recovery process.

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Where possible, we prefer to keep your pets awake. We have found this doesn't impact on the information we can obtain from the x-ray - and it greatly reduces the cost to you. We may not even require an x-ray for diagnoses, as sometimes we can find the break or fracture through palpation alone.
This varies from animal to animal, and depends on the break or fracture that they are suffering from. Generally, it will take between two and four weeks for your pet to resume normal activities following a fracture, and four to six weeks following MLP or ACL surgery.
This is dependant on the type of treatment they require and the extent of their injury. However, you'll be happy to learn that we don't charge for any overnight stays - greatly reducing the cost to you!

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Does your furry friend need to meet with one of our experienced veterinarians? Book a consultation below or call our team today