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Separate Dog and Cat Wards

March 29th 2018

Author: Sarah Butler

When your pet has to be hospitalised, whether it is for a day or for a week, it is very important that they are as calm and relaxed as possible.
We have two main wards for our animal friends. A Dog ward and Cat ward. Each ward is completely separate from the other.
Cats are much happier when in hospital if they can be kept on a cat only ward, away from the sounds and smells of any dogs.
Likewise, some dogs will find the presence of cats distracting and get agitated when in a kennel next to cats.
Our separate hospital wards mean that animals can recover in an appropriate, stress-free environment, monitored by our caring staff.