At SAI Veterinary Hospital we always use the safest anaesthetic protocols and agents on our patients we have state of the art machines to provide for a safe anaesthetic, and we can mechanically ventilate if a patient has difficulty breathing using state of the art ventilators.

All our anaesthetics are monitored by experienced and dedicated nurses, and all of our patients are closely monitored throughout their surgery.

Pre-blood screening is available on-premises before the anaesthetic is given to the patient intravenous fluids during anaesthesia and surgery are also routinely used. We also provide a wide range of appropriate pain relief and analgesia to our patients to facilitate a pain-free recovery. 


Oral health is essential to their general health and wellbeing. Whether your pet has bad breath, dental disease, retained teeth, or whether you want to do the best by maintaining their oral health, our hospital is very well equipped to cater to their dental needs.

We have state of the art dental machine providing us with all the tools required for a sterile scale & polish as well as extractions. All patient's recieving a dental will have a dental radiograph completed to assess the bone formation of the jaw. 

At reception we have a wide variety of products to promote ongoing dental prohylaxis. 

Digital X-Ray

We have two digital machines in use currently. Digital X-Ray can produce high quality images in a blink of an eye. This allows the ability of veterinarians to change the contrast, magnification and resolution of the image to increase the ability to make an accurate diagnosis rapidly. These images can be shared with a radiologist for an opinion.


Endoscopy can be used to visualise pathology in the chest and abdominal cavity as well as assisting in the removal of ingested foreign bodies that can lead to obstructions.

Common foreign bodies that are removed using an endoscope are bones, jewellery, soft toys, strings and plastic or rubber balls.

During the procedure, a video recording and images are taken for viewing post examination.

Endoscope exams can also help to determine other illnesses like gastric or oesophageal ulcers and tumours.

Point of Care Ultrasound & Specialist service from Visiting Cardiologist

Point of care ultrasound can help assess patients that may require urgent care and surgery. We have state of the art ultrasound machines on the premises to provide rapid assessment of the inpatient. Ultrasound also is useful for pregnancy diagnosis and checking health of the foetus if a Caesarean is warranted.

All the veterinarians at SAI Veterinary Hospital are experienced in the use of ultrasound. However, at our discretion, we also utilise a visiting ultrasonographer from Imaging First for select patients for first opinion sonography for cardiac and abdominal diseases. Of Recent ( August 2022)  we will have visiting Veterinary Cardiologist Dr Rita Singh of Veterinary Cardiac Referrals, consultations service available for assessments of heart patients (Dogs, cats and exotic animals) please call if you require further information on how to book consults or visit

In-House Laboratory

SAI Veterinary Hospital has a full in house laboratory that allows us to gather data from analysis of blood and urine samples on patients. This is invaluable in any emergency and for all patients, for pre-anaesthetic blood testing and routine monitoring of kidney function or drug testing.

We collaborate with pathologists in external labs as well to get advanced testing like genetic test and specialised biomarkers for specific disease diagnosis and monitoring. We regularly recommend vaccine titres if a pet has immune dysfunction as well.

Our experienced veterinarians and nurses are highly trained in collecting pertinent samples and submit promptly for best care of your pets.


Soft tissue
At SAI Veterinary Hospital, our team of experienced surgeons perform all kinds of soft tissue surgery from the simplest of small cuts and wounds, desexing and lump removals, right through to complex abdominal and thoracic surgery. Intestinal tumours, tumours of pancreas, gall bladder stones, gastric and intestinal foreign bodies obstruction, trauma, Gastric dilatation and volvulus, bladder and kidney surgery and all forms of reproductive medicine especially desexing ( Spey and castration including retained testicles ) and gynaecological emergency like caesarian section.

We have state of the art electrocautery equipment , suction units and anaesthesia machines to assist our surgeons achieve excellent results. We have a blood donor register where canine blood is stored in hospital to help anaemic patients, cancer patients or complex surgeries where blood loss is expected 

Laser surgery
SAI Veterinary Hospital is equipped with CO2 laser for less invasive surgery for both skin and soft tissue procedures. Advanced airway procedure are also undertaken using specialised surgical Laser. A non-surgical cold Laser is also used for skin treatments for wounds and ulcers for healing purpose. It also reduces pain and discomfort from procedures and enhances rapid recovery for our orthopaedic patients. Laser sessions last between 5-10 minutes in total and cause no discomfort.

Orthopaedics surgery of bones and joints. Dr Aaron Raney at SAI Veterinary Hospital have a particular interest in TPLO and general orthopaedic surgery of small animals and is very experienced in both the diagnosis and treatment of the orthopaedic conditions. We also use surgical services from Small Animal Orthopaedics.
We also work in close association with several specialist surgeons at Rivergum referral service, WAVES, PVS, Animalius or Murdoch university on a referral basis can offer high-end specialist surgery for spinal cases, orthopaedics, including joint replacements.


We are open 24-hours everyday of the week 365-days of the year. We provide comprehensive veterinary care for your pets in need. 

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