Separate Cat and Dog Wards

Ensuring your pet’s stay is stress-free

We aim to have separate cat, dog and exotics wards wherever we can in our branches, so your pet stays as relaxed and stress-free as possible.

Dog playing with cat on chair

Wherever possible, you’ll find separate cat and dog wards to house your pet over their stay. Whether your pet has to be hospitalised for a day, a week, or longer, it’s important that they’re as comfortable and relaxed as possible.

What are the advantages of separate wards?

Separate wards can help to reduce anxiety in cats, dogs and especially rabbits and other small mammals. Animals can often find the presence of other species distracting, agitating and stressful.

When your pet is ill or injured, they’re particularly vulnerable and it’s important for them to be in a peaceful and relaxing environment. Separate wards have the potential to make a big difference to their stay and ensure their recovery and recuperation is as smooth as possible.

To find out more about separate cat, dog and exotics wards at Medivet, contact your local practice.