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Dermatological consultations

A dermatological consultation consists of 3 basic stages:

1. Interview

This is usually the longest part of the consultation. We ask numerous questions, including: When did the skin lesions appear? When did the itch appear? What was the course of the disease? What is the response to treatment? 

Detailed questions during this part of the consultation allow you to focus on the clinical examination and select additional tests.

2. Clinical examination

We carefully examine the entire patient, including all skin lesions, and select them for additional tests.

3. Additional tests included in the price of consultation with the results on the day of the visit:

  • trichogram
  • cytological examination
  • ear examination
  • examination using a Wood's lamp
  • diascopic examination

4. *Tests additionally paid:

  • Blood laboratory tests
  • Video otoscopic examination requiring additional work
  • Serological allergy tests (PAX)
  • Dermatoscopic examination
  • Histopathology
  • Bacteriological and mycological culture

Otological consultations

Diagnostics and comprehensive treatment of both acute and chronic ear diseases

  • Badanie wideootoskopowe
  • Płukanie przewodów słuchowych pod kontrolą wideootoskopu
  • Usuwanie ciał obcych oraz zmian nowotworowych z zewnętrznych kanałów słuchowych
  • Endoskopowe usuwanie zmian rozrostowych na terenie ucha środkowego
  • Myringotomia
  • Plastyka laserowa ściany kanałów słuchowych ( Laser Co2, Laser diodowy)


Specialized dermatological treatments

Specialized dermatological treatments: 

  • Therapy of non-inflammatory alopecia (micro-needling, laser biostimulation)
  • Removal of skin lesions with a CO2 laser and a diode laser 
  • Removal of foreign bodies from the ear canal
  • Laser surgery in the ear canals 
  • Laser podoplasty 
  • Taking skin samples for histopathological examination 

BAER hearing test

Brainstem Auditory Evoked Response is a test of auditory evoked potentials of the brainstem. During the BAER test, we assess whether your pet can receive auditory stimuli through its brain. In the office, we deliver them through in-ear headphones in the range of 0-105 dB. This is a thorough assessment of the path of the auditory stimulus through the auditory nerve and pathways in the brainstem. The test is most often performed to exclude or confirm congenital deafness in puppies or kittens.

The animal's response is transmitted through tiny gold needles, resembling acupuncture needles, to specialized equipment used in human hearing testing centers.

Our patients are subjected to very light, reversible sedation. The minimal dose of anesthesia guarantees that the reading from the device is reliable and the patient does not feel unnecessary stress related to maintaining it by force.

The patient wakes up shortly after the examination and returns home conscious, which gives us confidence that he tolerated the light anesthesia well. The BAER examination itself is short (approx. 10 minutes), but the remaining time is spent preparing the patient for anesthesia, waking him up, and writing out the appropriate documentation. Therefore, we spend about 45-60 minutes for a visit to one puppy/kitten. For litters, this time is shorter due to the limited time required to complete the documents.

BAER hearing testing in a dog or cat is particularly important for the caregiver because it is most often the first anesthesia for the patient. The type and dose of the administered preparation is entered in the puppy's or kitten's card, which may be useful knowledge in future medical treatment of the patient.

Please remember that each patient should fast for about 6-8 hours, depending on his age and the type of food he eats. The test is mainly dedicated to very young animals, starting from 5-6 weeks of age. In the case of adult and older animals, we recommend performing a basic blood test and ECHO of the heart before anesthesia - however, if you want to perform a hearing test for medical, not breeding, reasons, please contact the doctor performing the test in advance (usually another test will be recommended first in the diagnosis). ).

Congenital deafness in dogs or cats may be acquired (i.e. caused by intrauterine infection, drugs administered to the pregnant mother, exposure to toxic substances before or after delivery, etc.) or hereditary. Hereditary deafness may be associated with a genetic defect that is autosomal dominant, recessive, sex-linked, or involves multiple genes. It is usually impossible to determine the cause of congenital deafness.

To be registered in the cattery and allowed to reproduce, all white kittens should be tested for congenital deafness using the BAER/BAEP method.

White cats of all breeds must have a specialist hearing test performed using the BAER/BAEP method. Only cats that are free from this disability will be allowed for registration and reproduction. Together with the remaining documentation sent to register the cat, the original hearing test result must be attached. Source: PZF Regulations (Polish Feline Association under the auspices of the World Cat Federation)

Moreover, not only white cats have a genetic predisposition to congenital deafness. Please remember that there are many breeds of dogs (white, merle, spotted, but not limited to them!) in which this test should be performed, such as Dalmatian, Australian cattle dog, bull terrier, English setter, English cocker spaniel, border collie. However, the disorder can occur in any individual of any breed. The full list of particularly affected breeds is available on the Louisiana State University website:

Prevalence of deafness (percentage) in typical breeds with a predisposition to congenital deafness:

dr vet. Klaudia Majcher


Ultrasound examination, Cardiological examination

Ultrasound examination

  • Urine collection by cystocentesis 
  • Ultrasound-guided biopsies 

Cardiological examination 

  • Echocardiography
  • Qualification for procedures under general anesthesia 
  • ECG
  • Blood pressure measurement
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Surgical procedures

Surgical procedures

  • Laser surgery
  • Soft surgery


Dental consultations and treatments

  • Diagnostyka, profilaktyka i leczenie chorób jamy ustnej psów i kotów
  • Zabiegi sanacji jamy ustnej (skaling, polerowanie koron zębów), ekstrakcje proste, ekstrakcje chirurgiczne, ekstrakcje przetrwałych zębów mlecznych, ortodoncja (zapobiegające powstawaniu urazów w jamie ustnej), odbudowa zębów
  • Obowiązkowym punktem każdego zabiegu są rentgenowskie zdjęcia stomatologiczne, pomagające diagnozować choroby jamy ustnej


Consultations and ophthalmological treatments

A comprehensive ophthalmological examination with additional tests includes:

  • Badanie neurookulistyczne
  • Badanie okulistyczne za pomocą lampy szczelinowej Kowa SL-17
  • Badanie ciśnienia wewnątrzgałkowego za pomocą tonometru (TonoVet Plus)
  • Testy produkcji łez (test Schirmera)
  • Test z fluoresceiną
  • Badanie drożności przewodu nosowo-łzowego (test Jonesa)
  • Badanie soczewki i dna oka (oftalmoskopia pośrednia i bezpośrednia - Heine )
  • Wymazy i cytologia z worka spojówkowego
  • Gonioskopia - soczewka Koeppe
  • USG gałki ocznej
  • ERG- badanie elektroretingoraficzne- LKC RETevet

Dietary consultations

Consultations with a dietitian