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VETERINARY SPECIALISTS AUCKLAND
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Happy Queens Birthday Everyone!

Our A&E team 👩‍⚕️🧑‍⚕️are working hard over the whole weekend to provide emergency 🤒🤕🤧veterinary care for your furry family members 🐶🐱🐰.

Feel free to call us at any time on 09 3205645 if you need some advice or to see one of our emergency veterinary team!
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Happy Queens Birthday Everyone! 

Our A&E team 👩‍⚕️🧑‍⚕️are working hard over the whole weekend to provide emergency 🤒🤕🤧veterinary care for your furry family members 🐶🐱🐰. 

Feel free to call us at any time on 09 3205645 if you need some advice or to see one of our emergency veterinary team!

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I hope you do get some time off. Keep safe and well and enjoy your weekend

✨ Meet Layla ✨, a beautiful kitten adopted from the SPCA New Zealand 🐾. Unfortunately, she became very sick and was diagnosed with a condition called pyothorax. This is a condition where a large amount of pus builds up in the chest cavity, preventing the animal from breathing properly. We don’t always find out the cause of pyothorax, but it can be caused by a bite wound penetrating into the chest cavity, pneumonia or other infection in the lungs, or a foreign body (like a grass seed) migrating into the chest🌾.

Layla was diagnosed and had chest drains placed at an after hours clinic overnight, then returned to her regular vet clinic Pet Doctors the next morning. Chest drains ideally need 24 hour monitoring and care at a veterinary clinic to prevent any complications, so her vet referred her to our VSA&E team for 24 hour management👩‍⚕️.

Layla remained in hospital with us for just under 2 weeks, getting regular drainage and flushing of her chest drains and receiving intravenous fluid therapy and antibiotics💊, as well as plenty of cuddles from our nurses💛. Over the 2 weeks Layla showed constant improvement, she regained her appetite, became very smoochy and happy and her breathing returned to normal 🌟. Once the fluid production from her drains stopped we were able to remove her chest drains and she was discharged home 🐱🥰.
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✨ Meet Layla ✨, a beautiful kitten adopted from the SPCA New Zealand 🐾. Unfortunately, she became very sick and was diagnosed with a condition called pyothorax. This is a condition where a large amount of pus builds up in the chest cavity, preventing the animal from breathing properly. We don’t always find out the cause of pyothorax, but it can be caused by a bite wound penetrating into the chest cavity, pneumonia or other infection in the lungs, or a foreign body (like a grass seed) migrating into the chest🌾. 
 
Layla was diagnosed and had chest drains placed at an after hours clinic overnight,  then returned to her regular vet clinic Pet Doctors the next morning. Chest drains ideally need 24 hour monitoring and care at a veterinary clinic to prevent any complications, so her vet referred her to our VSA&E team for 24 hour management👩‍⚕️. 
 
Layla remained in hospital with us for just under 2 weeks, getting regular drainage and flushing of her chest drains and receiving intravenous fluid therapy and antibiotics💊, as well as plenty of cuddles from our nurses💛. Over the 2 weeks Layla showed constant improvement, she regained her appetite, became very smoochy and happy and her breathing returned to normal 🌟. Once the fluid production from her drains stopped we were able to remove her chest drains and she was discharged home 🐱🥰.

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Such a beauty, so worth all the love and attention to return her to good health.

Amazing - you guys are so great!

Her name absolutely suits her. A real princess.

Great work!

Whatta purdy kitty ❤

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🌺🌺ANZAC day🌺🌺 is a little unusual this year! hopefully we are also celebrating our last day at Level 4 lockdown.

A reminder to everyone that we are OPEN, and our A&E team are here and ready to help over the long weekend. 👩‍⚕️👨‍⚕️

During the lockdown, remember that we are not able to have visitors inside the hospital and we are operating as a DROP OFF service. To help us help you as efficiently as possible, please CALL AHEAD ☎️ with your pet's emergency. Our hospital will be triaging patients; if you call ahead we can stagger our appointments and ensure we don't have too many people waiting at once.

Be kind to each other and our staff, and stay safe. We hope you don't need to visit us🤢🤧🤕, but we are fully equipped and ready to help if you do! 😷
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🌺🌺ANZAC day🌺🌺 is a little unusual this year! hopefully we are also celebrating our last day at Level 4 lockdown.   

A reminder to everyone that we are OPEN, and our A&E team are here and ready to help over the long weekend. 👩‍⚕️👨‍⚕️

During the lockdown, remember that we are not able to have visitors inside the hospital and we are operating as a DROP OFF service. To help us help you as efficiently as possible, please CALL AHEAD ☎️ with your pets emergency. Our hospital will be triaging patients; if you call ahead we can stagger our appointments and ensure we dont have too many people waiting at once. 

Be kind to each other and our staff, and stay safe. We hope you dont need to visit us🤢🤧🤕, but we are fully equipped and ready to help if you do! 😷

I ended up here with my poor cat whom I ran over by accident over Easter. I was extremely happy with the service I received. The staff were all very friendly, professional and had great communication. The vet we dealt with was thorough and knowledgeable. It was a very stressful day knowing I’d injured my poor pet, but the staff were really lovely. Thank goodness my cat is ok and used the first of his 9 lives. I am really grateful for the quality, honest care they provided. Thank you to the team at VSA.

Nicky Lowe

Looked after my darling girl when she suddenly passed overnight. Staff and facility were great. I felt at peace leaving her with this team. Treatment towards me was very caring after she had parted.

Connyr Atiga

We have taken our puppy to VSA for two incidents, one being a broken leg. Their service was impeccable – the staff are all wonderful to deal with and thanks to their work our pup’s broken leg healed in the best possible way after surgery. In a stressful situation, it really put our mind at ease knowing our pup was getting the best care possible. Highly recommend VSA.

Siobhan O'Sullivan

Amazing people, truly care for the animals. Highly recommended if you need a top-class surgeon.

Alysia Redmond

Thanks to the team at VSA for performing surgery on my bulldog who had Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome. They looked after her very very well. We got plenty of updates while she was in there. Great team, amazing job!

Mikayla Ahkiau

This team is amazing and the reason​ my cat is still here!

Lynne Brannagan

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