frank.

Your visit to frank. Pet Surgeons.

 

Why is my pet being referred?

Veterinary surgeons may refer pets when the complexity of the disease or required level of treatment is outside their level of expertise and it is in the best interest of your pet to be referred to a Specialist.

What is a Specialist?

A Specialist is a veterinary surgeon who has undertaken extensive additional training and qualifications to become an expert in their field and continues to keep up to date with the latest procedures to maintain their Specialist status.

How is my pet referred?

Your vet will advise referral and probably offer to make the appointment on your behalf. Your vet is likely to give you all the information you require but one of our team of receptionists will contact you to ensure this and answer any of your questions. Please don’t let your pet eat solid food on the morning of the appointment however they can drink water right up to the time of the appointment.

What happens when I arrive?

You will be greeted by our receptionists or our client advocate who will inform the Specialist surgeon of your arrival. We know you may have come some distance so we have comfortable seating and coffee in the waiting area, as well as toilet facilities.

How do I find frank.?

The practice address and directions to the practice can be found in the contact us section on the website

What happens in the consultation?

The Specialist will ask you about your pet’s problem, then carry out a thorough examination before recommending a course of action based on your pet’s needs and you. Our client advocate will then discuss the costs and payments options. They will then answer any questions to make sure you understand the treatment plan and are happy to proceed before completing the paperwork.

Will my pet need to stay in the hospital?

Frequently your pet will need to be admitted to the hospital so we can carry out further investigations and procedures. Your pet will be cared for by our team of fully qualified veterinary nurses and veterinary surgeons in our separate dog and cat wards. We pride ourselves on our exceptional level of patient care and there is a veterinary surgeon on site 24/7 to care for your pet overnight. Your pet should have access to water but do not feed your pet on the morning prior to the appointment

Can I leave items for my pet?

Yes! We want your pet’s stay in the hospital to be as comfortable as possible so if they have any favourite bowls, blankets or toys then please bring them with you to your visit. Additionally, if your pet is on any medications or special diet please bring these too but don’t worry if you forget anything – we have comfy blankets, toys, most medications and a range of best quality foods.

How much will it cost?

We have a fixed price system and the price of your pet’s treatment will be discussed by the specialist surgeon and the client advocate during your first visit. There are no hidden costs at frank. Pet Surgeons. In fact, you can find our fees on our website. We are as frank about prices as we are about everything else.

 

In addition, we have a surgical complications guarantee that means we will treat and cover the cost of those treatments performed at frank. Pet Surgeons. for complications that arise within six months of the original surgery.

frank.

Your visit to frank. Pet Surgeons.

 

Why is my pet being referred?

Veterinary surgeons may refer pets when the complexity of the disease or required level of treatment is outside their level of expertise and it is in the best interest of your pet to be referred to a Specialist.

What is a Specialist?

A Specialist is a veterinary surgeon who has undertaken extensive additional training and qualifications to become an expert in their field and continues to keep up to date with the latest procedures to maintain their Specialist status.

How is my pet referred?

Your vet will advise referral and probably offer to make the appointment on your behalf. Your vet is likely to give you all the information you require but one of our team of receptionists will contact you to ensure this and answer any of your questions. Please don’t let your pet eat solid food on the morning of the appointment however they can drink water right up to the time of the appointment.

What happens when I arrive?

You will be greeted by our receptionists or our client advocate who will inform the Specialist surgeon of your arrival. We know you may have come some distance so we have comfortable seating and coffee in the waiting area, as well as toilet facilities.

How do I find frank.?

The practice address and directions to the practice can be found in the contact us section on the website

What happens in the consultation?

The Specialist will ask you about your pet’s problem, then carry out a thorough examination before recommending a course of action based on your pet’s needs and you. Our client advocate will then discuss the costs and payments options. They will then answer any questions to make sure you understand the treatment plan and are happy to proceed before completing the paperwork.

Will my pet need to stay in the hospital?

Frequently your pet will need to be admitted to the hospital so we can carry out further investigations and procedures. Your pet will be cared for by our team of fully qualified veterinary nurses and veterinary surgeons in our separate dog and cat wards. We pride ourselves on our exceptional level of patient care and there is a veterinary surgeon on site 24/7 to care for your pet overnight. Your pet should have access to water but do not feed your pet on the morning prior to the appointment

Can I leave items for my pet?

Yes! We want your pet’s stay in the hospital to be as comfortable as possible so if they have any favourite bowls, blankets or toys then please bring them with you to your visit. Additionally, if your pet is on any medications or special diet please bring these too but don’t worry if you forget anything – we have comfy blankets, toys, most medications and a range of best quality foods.

How much will it cost?

We have a fixed price system and the price of your pet’s treatment will be discussed by the specialist surgeon and the client advocate during your first visit. There are no hidden costs at frank. Pet Surgeons. In fact, you can find our fees on our website. We are as frank about prices as we are about everything else.

In addition, we have a surgical complications guarantee that means we will treat and cover the cost of those treatments performed at frank. Pet Surgeons. for complications that arise within six months of the original surgery.