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Rex’s anaesthetic was stable until fifty minutes into surgery, when the pulse oximeter began to consistently display an SpO2 between 85% to 89%.
The congress was held at the popular Monkey World in Wareham with five amazing talks from our staff.
Our RVN, Ellie, took to Malawi to volunteer her time helping poorly pets. Read her heartwarming journey here.
This is the story of Husky puppy, Teddy Dunn, who came to SCVS when he was just 10 weeks old after throwing up blood.
Adam Auckburally, one our Specialist Anaesthetists explains how he prepares for the administration of anaesthesia and sedation.
A 12-year-old, female neutered, Labrador retriever was referred with a history of three weeks generalized tremors and ataxia that was deteriorating overtime.
Read the latest issue of our magazine, full of updates and heart warming stories...
Bobby is a 3 year old domestic shorthair cat who started to have unusual ‘episodes’ at home and were becoming increasingly frequent.
Poorly pets getting the right care is exactly why we have invested into a brand new oxygen ICU for their kennels.
SCVS are happy to offer endoscopic-assisted gastropexy for the prevention of gastric dilation volvulus in dogs.
In an amazing feat of survival, Shadow must have fallen 500 ft, and despite having a broken leg, survived by eating sticks, stones and seaweed.
We now offer minimally invasive cystostomy tubes for management of obstructive urinary disease in dogs.
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