If you require Sarah to visit your surgery to see animals please ring to arrange. This should ideally be arranged so that a number of animals are referred at the same time. It is unlikely that urgent appointments for peripatetic scanning will be possible due to commitments at the surgery, so non urgent cases such as murmur investigations are most appropriate for this. A quiet dark room with a consultation sized table must be available, a smaller table for the echo machine to stand on and electricity powerpoint. There should be sufficient room for the animal to be restrained by one or two assistants while Sarah is scanning it. EchoDoppler, ECG, Holter monitoring and blood pressure measurement may be carried out. Where indicated, some minor invasive treatments may also be done peripatetically, such as pericardial effusion drainage, but as such cases are more often urgent, it is more likely that they will be requested to attend the surgery in Etwall.