Case Videos

April 14, 2017

Vet Surgery – Emergency Splenectomy

Emergency Splenectomy This patient presented in a collapsed state.  There was no choice apart an emergency splenectomy to save this patients life. Watch to see how we got this patient back from the brink of death and through surgery.
April 7, 2017

Vet Surgery – Open chest surgery

Bronx: Open Chest Surgery Bronx was playing in the back yard when he became impaled on a large stick – the wound looked small from the outside, however, what we found after further investigation was beyond anything we had ever seen before. Watch one of the most challenging surgeries we have faced to date and Bronx’s truly heroic recovery. I couldn’t be more proud of the AES team for their hard work and commitment during this long, complex procedure.
April 7, 2017

Vet surgery – foreign body

Meet Tia, a 2 year old German Short Haired Pointer. Take a look at what we found stuck in her small intestine
April 7, 2017

Stuck Puppy

Stuck Puppy – A Helping Hand One of the greatest joys of being an emergency veterinarian is that we get to be a part of the miracle of birth. We often have patients bought in to see us because they are having a difficult labour, but luckily we are always there to lend a helping hand!
April 7, 2017

Sneezing kitty

Bella The Sneezing Kitty Meet Bella, the poor kitty that just couldn’t stop sneezing and snorting. Her owner bought her in to see us, and after some investigation and very careful handiwork, we finally found out what was causing her discomfort.
April 7, 2017

Vet Surgery – Ruptured prostatic abscess

Seven year old labrador Sisco was bought to us for lethargy & severe fever. Tests indicated a ruptured prostatic abscess. Watch how we get him back on the road to recovery.
April 7, 2017

Vet Surgery – Baby Koala Surgery

As emergency vets we have to be prepared for animals in any medical crisis but a BABY KOALA with an INTESTINAL TORSION was a challenge we had never faced before…
March 29, 2017

Vet Surgery – Emergency caesarean

Honey presented to us at 1am experiencing a difficult labour. She had a pup stuck in her birth canal, and an ultrasound confirmed the pups were in distress. An emergency caesarean was performed to ensure the safety of her, and the safe arrival of her pups.