HOW WE CAN HELP YOUR PET
Knowing you pet is unwell and may require an anaesthetic is extrordinarily stressful experience. We provide expert level veterinary anaesthesia & pain management services in the comfort of your regular veterinary clinic. Our goal is to minimise the risk that in inherently associated with anaesthesia and ensure your pet is comfortable and pain free.
SERVICES AND FEES
Dr Kieren is a European boarded specialist in anaesthesia and analgesia. She has a particular interest in animal pain and strives to improve awareness of this problem and also deliver high-level care for pets in pain through provision of state of the art peri-operative analgesia and chronic pain management on an outpatient basis.
Kieren graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science (Hons) in 2000. Following graduation she spent time in general practice, at the University of Queensland veterinary emergency center and at the University of Sydney as a Clinical Registrar in Veterinary Anaesthesia.
In 2005 she became a Member of the Australian & New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in the field of Anaesthesia & Critical care. She completed a senior clinical training scholarship (residency) at the Animal Health Trust in Newmarket (UK) and she became a Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Anaesthesia & Analgesia in 2009. Since the completion of her residency program Kieren has worked as a consultant anaesthetist at a number of practices.
In 2010, Kieren relocated to Singapore and has also lived and worked in Hong Kong & China She continues to provide anaesthetic consultancy services within the Asia Pacific region.
A specialist anaesthesiologist is trained to recognise, evaluate & respond to potential risks
The can provide the highest possible standard of care for your pet to minimise risks for
each individual animal. They are able to provide the most advanced techniques to ensure the best possible pain prevention and management currently available.
The anaesthesiologist's sole role is the safety of your pet and they are able to tailor a safe, optimal & individual plan for anaesthesia and pain management. They will be aware of potential complications and take the appropriate steps to prevent them before they occur
Our pets experience pain due to a number of different causes. These can range from acute onset pain such as from an injury, surgery or illness through to the more debilitating effects of chronic pain from conditions such as osteoarthritis or cancer.
Treatment can be provided through a number of different treatment options ranging from physical therapy & lifestyle modification through to medications and interventional techniques.
A house call service is available to minimise the stress of clinic visits
We are able to provide support to your pet when they are sickest, both before and after anaesthesia and during serious illness or trauma. We have essential specialist equipment which enables us to provide advanced life support.
This service is offered in conjunction with Dr Saskia Quandte, a specialist in veterinary internal medicine. We offer a team approach to ensure that every base is covered and your pet gets the best care possoible.
Read more about Dr Quante HERE