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Dental Care

Pets have dental diseases just like people do. Regular dental check-up at the GX vet clinic combined with good dental hygiene at home, can increase your pet’s health, vitality and well-being, and help ensure your pet leads the best life possible.

If left untreated, dental disease can not only be painful and inhibit proper nutrition, but it can also lead to serious systemic issues that may threaten your pet’s overall health before symptoms are noticeable. 

In GX vet clinic dental cleaning designed to remove plaque and slow its build up.



Our dental service include,

  • Oral examinations under anesthesia

  • Diagnosis and treatment of periodontal disease

  • Digital X-rays (optional)

  • Supra and subgingival ultrasonic scaling

  • Tooth extractions (if necessary)

  • Dental Polishing

Surgical Procedures:

Whether your pet is in for a routine spay or castration or requires a more complicated surgical procedure, you can have confidence that the medical team at the GX vet clinic will work hard to ensure each procedure is completed with the utmost expertise and is as stress-free as possible for you and your pet. We have experience performing a wide range of surgical procedures, including:

  • Neutering

  • Lump removals

  • Abdominal surgery

  • Laceration/bite-wound repairs

  • Urinary/bladder, 

  • Caesarean sections

  • Hernia

  • GDVs

  • Jaw repair

  • Tail amputation

  • Digital amputation

  • Etc


We are happy to answer any questions regarding your pet’s specific surgery. All patients requiring surgery will receive a pre-surgical clinical exam. Pain management medication is provided to all pets before surgery. Pain is also managed during recovery so your pet is as comfortable as can be. 


Skin problems are common in dogs and cats and can be caused by hormonal disorders, allergies, infections or parasites such as fleas and mites. Most allergies appear after the pet is six months of age, with the majority of affected dogs over age of  two. The most common symptom associated with allergies is localized or generalized itching of the skin. Other symptoms include respiratory distress (coughing, sneezing and wheezing) or digestive problems, which cause vomiting or diarrhea. These issues can be particularly difficult to treat and should be addressed promptly.

It is important to be able to identify the first signs and symptoms of allergies and dermatological conditions including:

  • Scratching, licking, chewing or biting the skin, feet and ears

  • Red, raised, scaly areas on the skin

  • Bumps, crusts or pus-filled vesicles on the skin

  • Increased skin pigmentation

  • Thickened skin

  • Loss of hair

  • Head shaking

We can diagnose a skin problem by simply examining your pet. However, many dermatologic diseases or conditions require additional tests to ensure a correct diagnosis. Depending on your pet’s symptoms and the results of his or her physical exam, we may run blood work or perform a urinalysis, skin scraping, or biopsies. If left untreated, skin conditions can become serious medical concerns.


Digital Radiographs

Xrays, are one of the most common and useful diagnostic tools in medicine. At GX vet clinic we use digital X-ray technology to examine your pet’s bones, chest (lung and heart), abdomen, oral cavity and other areas, and for diagnosing and monitoring many medical and surgical conditions. If we suspect your pet has a fractured bone, has swallowed a foreign object, or is suffering from a heart problem, an X-ray can help us for diagnosis.


Ultrasound is a painless, non-invasive and safe procedure used to evaluate your pet’s internal organs. Using sound waves, ultrasound allows us to visualize objects that cannot be detected by X-rays alone.




Veterinary emergencies can be stressful and happen at unexpected times. You can rest assured 


that our compassionate team will be here to help you in the event  of an emergency 

 If your pet is experiencing a medical emergency at any time, please call us immediately at 

01753 884232 .

End of Life care

Our caring and compassionate team is here to help you with end of life care. We

 understand that caring for an elderly pet can be very stressful alone. Our team is here to 

support you and your pet through all life stages,.


Laboratory facilities

  • Haematlogy

  • Biochemistry

  • Coagulation tests

  • Urinalysis

  • Faecal analysis

  • Heartworm and tick-borne illness testing

  • Kidney and Liver function testing

  • Endocrine function testing and monitoring (including Thyroid , Cushing, Addison Disease)

  • Cardiac function monitoring

  • Histopathology and biopsy analysis

  • Allergy testing

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