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The team at SCVS, part of the IVC Evidensia Referral Network, recently treated Leo, a young Labrador retriever, who was diagnosed with a rare congenital heart disease.
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Elsa was evaluated for clinical signs, such as bunny hopping, hind limb stiffness and lameness, which the owners had noticed when she was a few months old.
Rosie underwent surgery to remove all the infected material from her external and middle ear, known as total ear canal ablation.
An 8-year-old Shar Pei was referred to SCVS for management of a mass over her left lateral tarsal region. A fine needle aspirate confirmed the mass to be a mast cell tumour.
We formulated a rehabilitation plan for a 26-week old cat presented to the practice with a history of being unable to use her back legs.
Our Animal Physiotherapist Andy Gardiner was interviewed by Hannah Capon, the founder of Canine Arthritis Management (CAM).
Neurological assessment revealed reduced hind limb withdrawal and perineal reflexes and delayed hind limb proprioceptive response.
She was experiencing pain in her spine and neck causing a reluctance to walk and difficulties in eating. She could barely stand or lift her head and temperature was rising.
Our clinicians took part in the Weymouth Iron Man triathlon relay on 22nd September, raising an incredible £630.
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.
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