Hospitalization is essential for animals that have just undergone surgery for diseases that require treatment and continuous supervision (renal failure, severe infectious processes, digestive disorders…), where they receive intravenous fluid therapy, parenteral nutrition and medication.
At UNAVETS, our veterinarians and assistants provide constant supervision by checking their patient’s hydration, food intake, vital signs, oxygen levels etc.
This allows them to be sure of any changes in the patient’s condition so they can provide the correct treatment.
We have two different areas to take care of dogs and cats and a third independent area to isolate animals with infectious diseases to avoid possible contagion.
We have equipment for monitoring and treatment of all types of animals (heat lamps, infusion equipment, and an intensive care unit (ICU) cage in which oxygen and temperature are controlled).