What to Expect

Once you arrive, please contact the Reception Desk. One of our attendants will check for appointments, forms, doctor’s availability for consultation and other services. You will be then directed to the Waiting Area located on the First Floor. We have separate waiting areas for Cats, Dogs and Exotic pets. We appreciate your patience.

Always carry any medical history you have of your pet when you visit Cessna Lifeline. Please share this with our doctors, If not, let us know everything that you feel is important. Our doctors can still work with whatever information you have. In-case you are referred by other veterinarians or coming from another clinic, we will be happy to contact them and obtain all medical information necessary for us to provide the best medical care possible.

During consultation, our doctors will perform a complete physical examination from head to tail which includes, ears, eyes, mouth, teeth, abdomen, heart, lungs, body and coat conditions. Depending on the physical findings, further services may be indicated. This is also a perfect time for you to ask any questions that you have concerning your pet. We will be more than happy to provide suggestions, clarifications, information and recommendations. We strongly suggest keeping a journal of your pet’s health throughout his or her life. Always keep a track of behavioral issues, dental hygiene, habits, physical conditions, diet, medications and note any unusual occurrences.

For pets having a physical condition, trauma or an Emergency, you will be directed to the Second Floor (In patient Department), where one of our duty doctors will examine the patient. Recommendations will be provided post diagnosis. Critical Care patients will have to be admitted in the hospital. These cases will be referred to a specialist on internal medicine, surgery and emergency care in-case your pet must undergo a procedure.

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