Classified Listing Info
Our veterinary surgeons are at the top of their respective fields, extremely experienced, and each have their own areas of expert knowledge. As such, we often have patients referred to us from other surgeries.
If your pet is referred to us, they will receive the best available treatment. Our facilities allow us to handle more challenging cases, and our kennel space allows for animals of all shapes and sizes.
How Do Referrals Work?
Your vet will contact us and send all relevant information that we may need. Your pet will be assigned to one of our experienced vets, who will make an appointment to meet you.
Meet the Surgeons
Clive Swainsbury– BVetMed CertVR CertSAC MRCVS has a Certificate in Veterinary Radiology and Cardiology. Co-founder of the Forest Veterinary Centre, Clive has expertise in diagnostic imaging, cardiothoracic medicine and surgical procedures.
Glenn Bengtson– BVSc(Hons) MACVSc CertSAS MRCVS has a Certificate in Small Animal Surgery. He has expertise in Orthopaedics. Glenn also takes referrals for soft-tissue surgery and neurology.
Paul Hill– BVSc CertSAM MRCVS has a Certificate in Small Animal Medicine. He accepts medicine referrals and is happy to discuss cases even if they do not end in a referral appointment.
At your appointment, you will discuss the case with one of our vets, and from there plan the best course of action. Once in our care, your pet will receive 24/7 care and attention from our veterinary staff, ensuring that we do everything to make their stay with us as comfortable as possible.
After treatment, you will continue to visit your normal surgery. Your personal vet will have received a full written report of any tests and procedures undertaken.
Brachycephalic airway surgery
Total ear canal ablation
Large skin deficit closure with transpositional and axial pattern flaps
Free skin grafting
Prostatic abcesses and cysts
Laparoscopic ovariectomy / cryptorchidectomy
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- Practice Description
- We are a small animal practice