Surgical laser

The traditional and most common way to perform surgery is through the use of a scalpel. For many years now, a carbon dioxide (CO2) laser has been used in numerous procedures.

Compared to its predecessor (the scalpel), a surgical laser comes with several benefits including decreasing pain, inflammation, bleeding, and the risk of infection.

Indeed, a surgical laser cuts tissues and cauterizes blood vessels and nerve endings at the same time. Additionally, during the incision, the laser burns wound edges and kills bacteria contained therein.

Surgical laser can be used for sterilization, removing a benign mass, treating entropion, and dental surgery.

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At home

It is possible for your companion to live his last moments in the comfort of his home.


A simple injection that can protect your pet against many diseases. Easy and effective.


Nobody wants to see their beloved pet under parasite attack! Your veterinary team can give you advice that is tailored to meet your pet’s specific needs.


Neutering plays an important role in your pet's health and well-being, especially in terms of behaviour.


Nutrition is a crucial element of your animal’s health, and your veterinary team is the best resource to have specific advice when it comes to feeding your animal.

Dental care

Your pet’s oral hygiene repulses you? Discuss it with your veterinary team to act promptly and prevent dental issues and diseases.


Nobody wants to lose their pet! Microchipping remains the best way to permanently identify your animal.

Complementary care

Certain therapies can help your animal deal with chronic pain or aid recovery from a trauma or surgery.