We offer all standard services and are equipped with various diagnostic tools, surgical instruments, an extensive pharmacy and various veterinary-approved animal feed.
The standard services for example include:
- General checkups
- Vaccinations (also nasal)
- Issuing EU ID cards
- Travel health certificates
- Treatment against parasites such as worms, ticks, fleas
Our laboratory services include:
Blood count: An important general health assessment test that gives us insight into your pet's immune system, blood cell counts and possible infections.
Biochemistry: These tests help us assess the function of important organs such as the liver, kidneys and pancreas.
Thyroid Tests: To detect thyroid disorders that may occur commonly in pets.
Progesterone testing: Particularly important for breeders to determine the optimal time for breeding.
Cortisol tests: Used to diagnose conditions such as Cushing's syndrome.
Rapid tests: For the rapid diagnosis of common diseases such as parvovirus, leukosis, FIP and corona.
Urine and fecal tests: To assess infections, metabolic diseases and digestive problems.
These and other laboratory tests enable quick results on site.
Imaging techniques play an important role in our veterinary practice as they allow us to gain insight into the inside of an animal's body without having to use invasive methods. Common procedures include:
X-ray: This technique uses X-rays to create images of bones and certain body structures. It is particularly helpful in diagnosing bone fractures, joint problems and some diseases of the internal organs.
Dental X-ray: A special dental x-ray is used to take X-rays of the teeth. This makes it possible to uncover hidden problems such as tooth root abscesses, tooth fractures and tartar formation. It is an essential tool for effective dental treatment.
Ultrasound: Ultrasound uses sound waves to create images of an animal's interior. This method is particularly useful for examining soft tissues, such as abdominal organs or the heart. It is also indispensable in pregnancy diagnosis.
We have two operating rooms in which we carry out various surgical procedures.
An operating room is used exclusively for dental procedures and is equipped with a dental X-ray and a dental treatment unit.
The surgical procedures we perform include:
- Soft tissue surgery
- special orthopedic procedures such as TPLO
- planned cesarean section
- emergency surgical care
A TPLO (Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy) is a surgical procedure performed on dogs to treat knee problems such as cruciate ligament tears. This surgery involves changing the angle of the tibial plateau (part of the shinbone where it interacts with the knee joint) to ensure stability of the knee. This is intended to reduce pain and restore normal function to the knee. Physiotherapy and hydrotherapy on the underwater treadmill can be used to support the healing process.
The image below shows how the operation can be planned using x-ray images in a special program.
We offer professional dental treatments for dogs and cats to ensure and improve their oral health.
We will advise you on how to best care for your pet's teeth and oral cavity. This includes daily oral hygiene as well as your pet's diet.
Our dental x-rays enable precise diagnosis and individual treatment plans. Each treatment includes a dental exam to thoroughly evaluate the condition of your pets' teeth and gums. Depending on the diagnosis, tartar and plaque can be removed or tooth extractions can be carried out. For your pet's safety and comfort, we perform certain treatments under anesthesia. This allows for a thorough and stress-free treatment.
Performing anesthesia on pets in our veterinary practice is a procedure that is carried out with the utmost care and under strict safety measures to ensure the well-being of your animal. Here is an overview of the process and the measures we take:
Preliminary examination: Before anesthesia, your animal will be thoroughly examined. This includes a history review, a physical exam, and, if necessary, blood tests to ensure your pet is healthy enough for anesthesia. Circulation and heart health play a big role here.
Individual anesthesia planning: Based on the examination, we select the safest anesthetic and the dosage that is specifically tailored to your animal. Factors such as your pet's age, weight, breed and health play an important role. We will also give you feeding instructions for the day before and morning before the anesthesia. Cats and dogs should generally not eat before anesthesia, while rodents should not usually be fed anything else before anesthesia.
Monitoring during anesthesia: Your animal will be continuously monitored during anesthesia. Vital functions such as heart rate, breathing rate and blood pressure are monitored in order to be able to react immediately to any changes.
Postoperative care: After the procedure, your animal will remain under our supervision until it has completely woken up from the anesthesia. We make sure he is comfortable and safe and monitor his recovery.
Aftercare Instructions: Before your pet goes home, you will receive detailed aftercare instructions. This includes information about diet, activity restrictions, and signs to look out for.
The safety and well-being of your pet is always our top priority. Our experienced team ensures that the anesthesia is as safe and stress-free as possible for your animal. If you have any questions or concerns, we are happy to help.
In our veterinary practice we also offer homeopathic treatments, which can serve as a gentle and natural alternative or supplement to conventional medicine. Homeopathy is based on the principle that similar symptoms can be cured by similar substances in highly diluted form. This method is tailored individually to each animal, taking into account the animal's overall health and well-being. Homeopathic remedies can help with a range of ailments including skin problems, allergies, digestive disorders and behavioral problems. Our experienced veterinarians work closely with pet owners to determine the most appropriate treatment for their pet, taking into account both the animal's physical and emotional needs.
You can easily book your next appointment with us online.
In the event of an emergency, please call immediately.