At GVC, we pride ourselves on our “Quality Care” approach.
This means that whilst we practice the highest standards of veterinary medicine and surgery, the actual care for the animals comes first.
We take our time when interacting with our patients, we consider their physical and emotional needs – this could mean putting them in a private room away from other animals or giving them that extra stroke or cuddle to re-assure them – whatever it takes to make them feel comfortable and at ease with us. They receive our undivided one on one attention and are not just a number in our day.
Our team of vets and nurses are extremely compassionate and caring as well as having solid qualifications, training and experience, which makes our medical team one of the best, if not THE best in the region.
Many of our clients are concerned about their animals undergoing anaesthesia or sedation.
We have extremely high standards when it comes to anaesthesia, especially as Dr Katrin, the clinic owner, holds the RCVS certificate in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia. We recommend and routinely run pre-anaesthetic blood profiles and use the best in anaesthetic drugs, protocols and monitoring equipment.
We offer and perform the full range of medical and surgical procedures and investigations– far too many to mention here – and are happy to discuss in detail any medical concerns you may have.
Being the Middle East’s first Cat Friendly Clinic, we have specialist knowledge in diagnosing and treating feline diseases.
Two of our vets as well as one of our nurses are currently undertaking rigorous specialisation courses in feline medicine and nursing to ensure that we really are at the top when it comes to international standards of cat care.
Our specially designed cat-only ward allows us to take care of our hospitalised feline patients in a very cat friendly way and we often take referrals from other clinics.
We are extremely experienced in dealing with feline behavioural problems and have many ideas, products and potential solutions to assist with this. We recognise that this is a frequently encountered problem in the UAE due to the high stray cat population as well as lifestyle restrictions.
“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated” – Mahatma Gandhi