About Us

SAI Veterinary Hospital - Small Animal Intensive - General Practice - Emergency - Intensive Care Unit

Servicing Willetton and surrounding suburbs of Perth with love, compassion and kindness. 

General Practice

SAI Veterinary Hospital is a newly established multi-purpose practice providing affordable and the highest quality of care for you and all your fur babies. We offer all the general practice care such as vaccination, consultations and routine surgery.

We offer a variety of services including but not limited to soft tissue and orthopaedic surgical procedures, dentistry including dental radiographs and extractions, ultrasound, laser therapy & laser surgical procedures, endoscopy exams & radiographs and even puppy school. 

Emergency - Intensive Care Unit:  Now Operating 24/7

At SAI Veterinary Hospital, our emergency team are equipped with everything we need to find answers and solutions for both you and your pet. We are equipped with a modern intensive care unit, multi-purpose state of the art surgical suite, digital radiology, full in-house laboratory, high quality advanced ultrasound, endoscopy, and a wide range of high level monitoring and systematic diagnostic equipment. We have a fully functioning Intensive Care Unit with  mechanical ventilation and oxygen therapy cages for all pet emergencies. 

If you are concerned that your pet may need emergency veterinary care please call us on 08 6319 2390 or come straight down – no appointments are needed for after hours emergencies.

List of some common pet emergencies:

Choking and Difficulty Breathing;

Motor vehicle accident;

Spider Bite;

Snake Bite;

Unconsciousness;

Pufferfish Toxicity;

Severe Bleeding;

Blood from Extremities;

Inability to Toilet;

Injury to Eyes;

Injury to Ears

Eating Poison;

Seizures;

Lameness and Broken Bones;

Pain or Severe Anxiety;

Heat Stroke;

Severe Vomiting/Diarrhea; and

Refusal to Eat/Drink

Frequently asked questions:

Why can't you tell me what is wrong with my pet over the phone?

It is unfortunate companion animals can’t tell us what’s wrong or how sick they are. Veterinarians encounter many different symptoms that may account for any number of ailments. Unless a veterinarian has seen your pet for the same condition recently, it is near impossible to give an emergency diagnosis on the phone. It’s best to have your pet physically examined to obtain the best advice.

Are appointments required?

No, appointments are not required for emergency consultations, however, it is advisable that you ring ahead to notify us that you are coming, so we can prepare for your pet's arrival. 

Will my pet be seen straight away?

Emergency arrivals are seen in order of priority based on the severity of illness or injury to your pet. Critical patients receive immediate veterinary treatment and are taken directly to our multi-purpose advanced treatment area. Please alert our friendly nurses if you’re concerned about your pet as they will be able to alleviate your concerns or adjust the veterinarians’ consultations.

What if I can't afford the fees?

There is a consultation fee for every pet examined by the attending veterinarian. The veterinarian will examine your pet and discuss fees for further medication, diagnostics or hospitalisation of your pet. There are an array of solutions available depending on your personal circumstances. It’s important you raise any financial or treatment concerns with the veterinarian so we can formulate a suitable plan. Once a treatment plan is agreed to, the veterinarian will provide and estimate of cost for your consent. A deposit will be required with all fees due for payment when your pet is discharged from our care. If you require financial assistance, please ask our friendly nurses to assist you with a VetPay, Zip Pay and Open Pay application prior to consenting treatment. This will give you peace of mind so you can focus on your pet’s recovery. At SAI Veterinary Hospital, the attending veterinarian will apply basic veterinary first aid assistance to all emergency cases.

 

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