We are AURA.
World-leading veterinary care centre in Surrey
We hope you never need us, but we’re here if you do.
Dedicated to the highest quality care
AURA is a centre of excellence in animal oncology, soft tissue surgery, internal medicine, interventional radiology, diagnostic imaging and anaesthesia. Our daily focus is on delivering the best possible outcomes for the dogs and cats who are referred to us for treatment.
Pets are beloved members of every family unit. At AURA, we have a deep understanding that it is difficult to separate the emotional from the clinical when dealing with a situation as complex as animal cancer, or any other serious illness. We are here to help.
We offer extensive clinical expertise and exceptional animal care,
rooted in a commitment to uphold the highest standards in veterinary
science. We are a place where the whole family feel welcomed and understood. We are here for families that are seeking more knowledge about treatment options for their pet. Through open conversations we help share reliable, trustworthy, authoritative information with clarity and compassion.
Clinical Services at AURA
We have a vision of how things can be done better and we are driven to achieve it.
Research discoveries at AURA. A centre for innovation.
We pride ourselves on not just providing world-class veterinary services. We are also a scholarly organisation and a serious seat of science, and a place where the whole family feel welcomed and understood. Our aim is to be recognised as a centre for innovation, making discoveries that are changing thinking around animal cancers and even enlightening understanding and treatment around cancer in humans.
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Sooty is an 18- year-old male neutered cat who was presented to our medical oncology service team at for further investigation of a mass within his chest.
For the last 2 months, Sooty’s appetite had been decreasing, he was losing more and more weight and he had been having issues with a wet cough. Thoracic radiographs taken by his local vet revealed an intra-thoracic mass but it was unclear if it originated from the lungs or from somewhere else in the chest region.
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