Welcome to Coast

We offer individual specialist orthopaedic services for dogs and cats in the south of England. With over 30 years combined experience, you are in safe hands.

Referring Vets
Owners

Coast is based in a purpose built orthopaedic clinic in the heart of Eastbourne where we are able to provide an excellent standard of surgery, anaesthetic support and post operative care.

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Orthopaedic Veterinary Referrals – Call us on: 01323 431312 – Email: contact@coastvets.com

Orthopaedic Veterinary Referrals Call us on: 01323 431312 Email: contact@coastvets.com

Referring Vets

Owners

If you feel that your pet would benefit from a referral to Coast then please discuss this directly with your own vet who will be able to arrange this for you.

Meet the team

Meet the patients

The best treatment for your pet

At Coast we always seek to provide the best possible care for you and your pet; combining our clinical skills with our passion to help. As fellow pet owners and animal lovers we understand the responsibility of caring for the animals that are entrusted to us.

Recent patients

Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons
British Small Animal Veterinary Association
British Veterinary Orthopaedic Association
European Society of Veterinary Orthopaedics and Traumatology
British Veterinary Nursing Association
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Coast Veterinary Referrals

Coast Veterinary Referrals

Coast Veterinary Referrals provides a specialist orthopaedic service for dogs and cats in the South of England.

Patrick is a 7 month old Pug, not only does he have a great name 😍 but is a super brave boy for a young chap. Patrick came to see us with a really sore hip. He has a condition called Legg Calve Perthes disease which is seen in young, small dogs. A lack of blood supply to the femoral head (ball) of the hip joint leads to damage and it becoming deformed, which makes it really uncomfortable when walking. The treatment is to remove the femoral head and neck (which joins onto the femur). Patrick will now need some rest and then lots of physiotherapy so his muscles become strong around this area as he no longer has a hip joint. Once he has healed and done his exercises he will be pain free and able to run around again on all four legs ❤️🐾 ... See MoreSee Less
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Noodle update 🐾 Look who has her dressing off now! Pretty Noodle is showing off her new straight leg four weeks after the surgery. The big bucket is back as it's really important she doesn't lick at the wound, as that scab is healing nicely. See you in a few weeks Noodle 💖 ... See MoreSee Less
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Brave Noodle has been through a lot in her young life. She was rescued from Romania as a little puppy where she had repair of a broken front leg but unfortunately the injury also affected how her bones developed. As Noodle grew her leg became deformed which has made it difficult and painful for her to walk. We have been able to help Noodle by correcting her limb deformity with a really big surgery that used 3D printed models specially made from her CT images. This allowed us to straighten Noodle's bones and fuse her carpus (wrist) to improve the use and comfort of her leg once she had healed. Noodle comes to visit us twice a week for dressing changes, and has gone from a shy girl to being happy to come in and see us. Noodle was lucky enough to find a loving home and is even more special as her treatment is being funded by Tesa's Rescue. Visit their go fund me page at gofund.me/c908574aWhat colour dressing would you like next time Noodle? See you soon lovely girl 💖 ... See MoreSee Less
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Murphy would like to tell you that being a slightly older chap is not going to stop him from being a springy Springer again soon. Put your paws up for a bit, whilst you recovered from your cruciate surgery, handsome boy 🐾💖 ... See MoreSee Less
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Loki really liked the Coast chipmunk, but did have a proper breakfast too after her big surgery yesterday 😋 We do love a Springer Spaniel ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
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