Our Hospitalisation Facilities
We believe the provision of high-quality, compassionate, and meticulous patient care underpins a swift, problem-free recovery for your pet. That is why we have invested heavily in our hospitalisation ward facilities and staffing. Our patient care routinely receives an Excellent rating in our client surveys.
If your pet needs to stay with us for any reason, they will have full access to our ward facilities and receive round-the-clock care from our on-site team. We will be in touch regularly to keep you informed about your pet's recovery, and we are very happy to help you arrange a time to visit your pet.
Our dog wards are designed to accommodate dogs of every size and provide the needed care and support for our canine patients while they are being monitored and treated. Dedicated staff members are always on hand to supervise and make sure every patient is comfortable and stable.
Our separate cat wards ensure all felines in our care feel more comfortable and less stressed while they remain under our care for treatment, monitoring, or quarantine. With part of our hospital dedicated to feline practice, we have skilled staff members who are specially trained in handling and treating cats according to their unique needs.
Rabbit and Small Animal Wards
Rabbits and other small rodents also have their own hospitalisation wards for optimal comfort and security here at our hospital. You can rest assured that our staff will be attentive to your pet's every need should they have to stay with us for monitoring or treatment.
Routine and Critical Care Wards
We have 2 sets of wards for your pets here at Green Pastures. If your pet is coming in for the day and having a routine operation, then they will stay in our Day wards. However, if your pet needs to stay with us for a longer period of time, then they will be kept in our in-patient ward for a low-stress stay, which ensures a more relaxing environment conducive to healing.
Emergency & Critical Care
Green Pastures also has incubation facilities, which we use for nursing severely injured or intensely shocked patients, as well as for newborn puppies and kittens. We also routinely incubate rabbits and other rodents while they recover from anaesthesia to ensure a quick, problem-free recovery. We utilise the best monitoring equipment available to keep us informed of a sick animal's changing status minute by minute.
Green Pastures is the base for a shared out-of-hours veterinary emergency service, and our nurses care for patients from other member veterinary practices.
We have an on-site laboratory that allows us to analyse blood samples in minutes. This enables us to rapidly gain insight into the organ function, electrolyte balance, and acid-base statuses of critically ill patients.
This facility is invaluable outside of commercial laboratory opening times such as Bank holidays or the small hours of the night.