When your cat or dog needs surgery, you want to know they’re in the very best hands. At Paws and More, we use the latest technology to provide your pet with the most up-to-date care. From surgery to recovery, our vet team keeps your treasured pet safe and comfortable.
At Paws and More, we use the latest technology to provide your pet with the most up-to-date care. From surgery to recovery, your cat or dog is in the very best hands.
When you trust Paws and More Vet Centre to take care of your pet, you can be sure they will receive the utmost professional care from our team of experienced vets. As pet owners and animal lovers, our vets understand how distressing it can be when our beloved pets are sick or injured. That is why we offer a safe and comfortable environment to make you feel at ease during your animal’s surgery.
The Paws and More Canning Vale vet hospital offers state of the art operating theatres for small animal surgery. We fully equipped our clinic with modern, reliable equipment and surgical instruments to ensure the best outcome for our surgeries. We believe when our surgeons are comfortable, so are our patients. That is why our operating theatres even have piped in music for added comfort.
When your pet is recovering from day surgery, our dedicated nurses use gentle hands and innovative monitoring technology to assess your pet’s condition. Our monitoring devices include ECG, non-invasive blood pressure monitors, pulse oximetry, capnography, and other advanced systems to ensure a smooth recovery period.
Our team of skilled vets and surgeons provide some of the best small animal surgical services in Perth. Our compassionate staff members will always do their best to take the stress out of surgery day and make sure you stay well informed leading up to and during the procedure.
If you have been referred to our team for veterinary surgery for your dog or cat, please call Paws and More today to discuss it further.
Cruciate rupture or tearing is a common condition in dogs of all ages. Humans typically tear this ligament due to trauma from playing football, netball or other sports-related incidents. In many breeds of dog however, it is their anatomy that causes the problem.
Cruciate ligament repair surgery is one of the most common procedures performed on dogs. Without performing this surgery, a ruptured cruciate ligament in dogs can lead to progressive degenerative arthritis. This can cause a lot of pain and discomfort for our furry friends, which no pet owner wants.
Paws and More in Canning Vale is fortunate to call on the experience and expertise of Dr Avi Bechar to perform the cruciate ligament repair surgery at our hospital. Dr Avi is a very experienced surgeon with over 15 years of veterinary experience. He performs the TPLO, TTA and soft tissue repairs of ruptured cruciate surgeries at our Perth clinic.
Dr Avi Bechar is happy to assist you as a pet owner directly, or via referral from your regular veterinary service. To discuss your pet’s cruciate tear treatment and surgery options, please get in contact with our team.
Your pet is in the very best hands with our specialist vet surgeons. Give us a call to find out how we can help.
At Paws and More Vet Centre, we can tell you everything you need to know about desexing your pet. Desexing or sterilising your pets has many health benefits, including reducing and eliminating the risk of various diseases. In addition, when more of our pets are desexed, the number of animals in shelters decreases as fewer unwanted pregnancies occur.
Desexing involves a surgical procedure that prevents your pet cat or dog from being able to reproduce. It is a fairly routine procedure and the most commonly performed by our team of skilled vets. Under general anaesthetic, a piece of a pet’s reproductive system is removed. Female desexing (or spaying) involves the removal of the ovaries and sometimes uterus. Male desexing (also called castration or neutering) involves the removal of both testicles.
At Paws and More , we understand that deciding whether to desex your beloved pet can be a daunting task, so we have compiled some information to help you gain a better understanding of both the procedure and the benefits of pet desexing.
Benefits of desexing your dog:
Benefits of desexing your cat:
Desexing is a low-cost way to protect your pet’s health and prevent problematic behaviours in both cats and dogs. Overall, desexing is a great investment in your pet’s long-term health and happiness.
The recommended age for pets desexing will depend on their breed. We usually recommend that cats and small dog breeds undergo the desexing procedure around six months old, while we suggest large dog breeds to wait until they are fully grown.
Our veterinary staff will always individually assess your pet before making any desexing recommendations. So don’t look any further for an animal desexing clinic in Perth. Please contact the Paws and More team to find out more about pet desexing costs and bookings.
At Paws and More Vet Centre, our team is dedicated to providing pet owners with the best service in Perth. We have a passionate team of vets and nurses who are committed to caring for animals. Our goal is to always give you a positive pet experience, and have your pets leaving happier and healthier.
You can trust our team at Paws and More to treat your pet like their own. Your pets are always our number one priority. We will always do best by your pets and aim to build a genuine relationship with our customers.
When your pet requires surgery, whether it’s a routine desexing or cruciate ligament repair, Paws and More is the team to call.
For honest and reliable service, choose the team at Paws and More Vet Centre to look after your pets.