Home Care Advice After Dentals & Other Procedures

Find out more about how you can provide the best home care possible for your pet after they've had a dental or other procedures with us here at Cahill Animal Hospital. Should you have any concerns or enquiries regarding your pet's home care, please do not hesitate to phone us at (06) 3588675 to chat with a friendly team member.

 

Eye/Eyelid Examinations

Home Care Instructions Following Eye or Eyelid Examination What to Expect Depending on the type of eye or eyelid examination your pet requires, some patients may also need sedation for these tests to be performed. If your pet was not sedated for the eye/eyelid examination, then no change to their general home care is required. However, if your pet was sedated, the fo

Mouth/Throat Examinations & Diagnostics

Home Care Instructions for Pets Following Mouth and Throat Examinations What to Expect After coming home from the clinic, your pet should be kept in a warm, dry, quiet and ideally indoor location in the 24 hours following discharge. They may still be a little bit drowsy after they go home with you. There may also be some irritability or incoordination during this initia

Nasal Flushing & Diagnostics

Home Care Instructions for Pets Following Nasal Flushing and Diagnostics What to Expect After coming home from the clinic, your pet should be kept in a warm, dry, quiet and ideally indoor location in the 24 hours following discharge. They may still be a little bit drowsy after they go home with you. There may also be some irritability or incoordination during this initi

Skin Workup

Home Care Instructions Following Skin Workup's What to Expect Depending on the type of skin diagnostics your pet requires, some patients may need sedation for these tests to be performed. If your pet was not sedated for the skin workup, then no change to their general home care is required. However, if your pet was sedated, the following home care advice will apply.&

Wound Management

Home Care Instructions for Pets Requiring Wound Management Wound Care It is vital that your pet's wound remains clean and dry. Pets should not get bathed or allowed to get their wound wet in any way. Your pet should not be allowed to chew or lick at the wound - if you notice them doing so, he/she will need to wear an Elizabethan collar to

X-rays (Radiography)

Home Care Instructions Following Radiography Under Sedation What to Expect After coming home from the clinic, your pet should be kept in a warm, dry, quiet and ideally indoor location in the 24 hours following discharge. They may still be a little bit drowsy after they go home with you. There may also be some irritability or incoordination during this initial 24-hour pe
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