Entries by @JerseyVets

CT Scanning

A computerized tomography (CT) scan uses computers and rotating X ray machines to create cross sectional images of the bones, blood vessels and soft tissues inside the body. CT scan images provide more-detailed information than plain X-rays do. A CT scan can be used to visualize nearly all parts of the body and is used […]

Cat Clinic Open

We are proud to be offering a dedicated cat clinic! Trips to the vet can be very stressful for cats. Loud noise, dogs barking and sniffing at the cat box make the experience even worse. We are delighted to announce that our dedicated Cat Clinic has opened its doors. We are now able to offer […]

24 Hour Nursing Care

To make sure your pet is always well looked after, we provide over night nursing care. For your peace of mind and your pet’s welfare we always have nurses on site over night, every night. Our dedicated nursing team provide the best care for your pet, make sure they are never alone and are supported […]

Jersey Village Vets St Martin

We are excited to announce that our new surgery at the prestigious La Vielle Ecole development will be opening its doors on 02.01.2020. The new site at St Martin will be an addition to our existing surgeries in St Brelade, St Mary and St Clement. We will be able to offer local veterinary care for […]

Radiography

Animal radiography or radiology uses the same technology that is used on humans as a tool to diagnose injury and disease. The machines we use are almost exactly like those used for humans, but have modifications to accommodate animals of varying sizes, from hamsters to horses. The most common type of radiography is an x-ray. […]

Neutering Operations

Neutering (de-sexing) of both male and female pets is commonly performed for a number of reasons. It prevents unwanted pregnancies and litters of puppies, kittens or baby rabbits which may be difficult to look after and to home. In addition, entire (un-neutered) animals develop behaviour (e.g. dominance, roaming, sexual activity) and characteristics (e.g. strong odour, […]

Dental Work

Dental disease is very common in dogs, cats and rabbits. It can cause halitosis (bad breath), difficulty eating, gum infections which can lead to abscess formation and bacteraemia/septicaemia (infection in the blood), severe pain and even disease around the eye and eye socket. As with most problems, prevention is better than cure, and we are […]