Wound Care Clinics
Expert wound care provided by our nurses will help to ease your pet’s recovery
An important part of the training to become a Registered Veterinary Nurse involves learning to take care of wounds. Under the supervision of our vets, our wonderful nursing team will monitor your pet’s wound throughout their healing, whether this is after a surgical procedure or a traumatic accident.
They are specially trained to apply bandages when required, but they’ll also teach you the basics of keeping dressings clean and fresh, including offering advice on how often bandages need to be replaced.
So that you can properly care for your injured pet until they achieve a full recovery, our team will also advise you on further actions you can take to provide an optimal healing environment.
With the killer disease Alabama Rot now appearing in both East and West Sussex, it is especially important to get even the smallest of wounds checked.
We recommend that all wounds are checked by one of our nurses. If they have any concerns about the progress of your pet’s healing, they will then refer you to a vet for further testing or suturing.
For peace of mind your pet is healing properly, book in with one of our nurses on 01444 456886