Pet Owners

Specialist Veterinary Treatments & Care for Pets

NOAH for Pet Owners

For pet owners, knowing your companion is in safe, capable, and empathetic hands while ill is a must for your peace of mind. Here at NOAH, we blend specialist veterinary services with deep empathy to ensure a professional and effective veterinary service you can trust.

As well as dealing directly with serious veterinary cases, we operate as a second opinion and referral clinic, working with your usual vet to help treat more complicated issues relating to your pet’s health.

  • Orthopaedic Surgery & Treatment

  • MRI & CT Scans

  • Fracture Repairs & Treatment

  • Joint Surgery & Treatment

  • Soft Tissue Surgery & Treatment

  • Brain Surgery Services & Treatment

  • Spinal Surgery & Treatment

  • Limb Deformity Treatment & Surgery

  • Pet Cancer Treatment

  • Complicated Diagnostics

  • Hyperbaric

  • Oxygen Therapy

  • Arthroscopy

  • Joint Replacement

  • Second Opinion & Veterinary Referral Services

  • Cruciate Ligament Surgery

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Why Does My Pet Have to Be Referred for Specialist Vet Treatment?

Just as your GP might refer you to see a consultant for very specific treatments, vets will refer cases to us.

  • It’s normally in cases where the pet needs more specialised treatment.
  • It’s always in the animal’s best interest.
  • Pets that are referred to us usually have complex problems.

As in human medicine, there are many surgeries animals undergo that would need the attention of a Specialist. Your pet depends on you to find a veterinarian with sufficient experience and training to perform that surgery.
To help you and your pet, there is a network of veterinary surgical specialists ready to provide the special surgical care your pet needs. These specialists are the board-certified members of the European College of Veterinary Surgeons (ECVS), and the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS)

If your pet needs surgery that is more than ‘routine’, be sure to ask your veterinarian the following questions:

  • How often does the veterinarian perform this type of surgery?
  • Does the surgery require special equipment? Is it available?
  • Does my pet’s surgery require a specialist?
  • What should I expect the outcome of the surgery to be?
  • What follow-up care is necessary?

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