A full-service small animal veterinary practice in Mougins
WELCOME TO MOUGINS TOURNAMY VET CLINIC
English speaking pet owners are heartily welcome. Our team is commited to provide best medical, surgical and preventive cares to your companions.
The facility includes a fully-stocked pharmacy, surgery suite, in-house digital x-ray, a closely monitored hospitalization area, in house blood testing and a flexible fiberscope.
Because we share your passion for pets, our team is dedicated to animal welfare and preventive medicine.
Dr Alain PETITPREZ
Dr Philippe AUTERNAUD
At Tournamy Vet Clinic, we care…
PREVENTION CARE, VACCINATION
PREVENTION CARE, VACCINATION
When you bring your pet to the Tournamy Vet clinic for an annual consultation, the doctor will perform a complete physical examination where your pet’s eyes, ears, skin, heart, neurological, gastrointestinal and skeletal system are examined for any abnormalities.
The Tournamy Vet Cinic offers a wide variety of surgical services.
The surgery is performed using general anesthesia, and involves the removal of the ovaries and the uterus.
Ideally pets should be spayed at the age of 5-6 months, before they experience their first heat cycle.
Dogs and cats are usually neutered at the age of 6 months when their organs are more developed and capable of dealing with the anesthetic.
Orthopedic and soft tissue surgery
Orthopedic surgery refers to bone surgery. Conditions requiring orthopedic surgery include – cruciate ligament repair and fractures.
For some surgeries, we prefer to refer ti specialists we know and trust.
Soft tissue surgery refers to surgeries not associated with bone. The most common soft tissue surgery performed at our clinic is the removal of masses or lumps. Early detection, removal. and diagnosis of these masses can ensure the health of your pet.
Up to 80% of cats have dental disease ! It is the most frequently diagnosed infectious disease in pets. Common signs of oral disease include tartar build-up, red, bleeding or swollen gums, bad breath, and changes in eating habits.
A veterinarian should evaluate your pet’s dental health at least once a year. We recommend this because bacteria and food debris accumulates around a pet’s teeth and, if left unchecked, will lead to deterioration of the soft tissue and bone surrounding the teeth. This decay results in irreversible periodontal disease and even tooth loss.
If the health status of your companion requires it, we can realize immediately a blood test. Thus, the diagnosis can be established without you having to return or make an appointment in an analysis laboratory. A blood test, and fifteen to twenty minutes later, we give you the results.
We have just equipped ourselves with a new digital radio. We will now make our patients and customers profit from the benefits of this technology:
-more accurate readings
-archiving all the snapshots in the patient’s file
This technology is finally more respectful of the environment since no chemical product is used.
The ultrasound technique is based on ultrasounds, reflected in the body. The echo of these sounds is analyzed by the device to form the image of the region explored. It is a non-invasive examination, which does not cause any danger or pain for the animal. The equipment at the Tournamy clinic is recent, and allows us to obtain accurate and detailed ultrasound to refine our diagnoses.