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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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Winnie was presented to our practice for progressive onset of lethargy and breathing difficulties. Thoracic radiographs revealed the presence of a large mediastinal mass.
Students from Sparsholt College came to visit, which is our biggest group to date. Their visit included a tour of the SCVS practice and a CPD talk.
There is a growing interest in reducing pet’s stresses, however there is little public knowledge about the stress veterinary staff face.
George was referred for investigation of acute onset forebrain signs, including dullness, head pressing & ataxia. At just three months old, George had already lost an ear.
We are proud to announce that we are now an official European College of Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia (ECVAA) Satellite Training Centre.
May 2019 marks Veterinary Nursing Awareness month. To celebrate it we spoke to three of our nursing staff about their job and how they got into them.
Exciting news! Our cardiovascular interventional service is expanding and can now offer minimal invasive, interventional closure of intra-hepatic portosystemic shunts.
The “popcorn-like” appearance was typical of a multi-lobular tumour of bone (multilobular osteochondrosarcoma), consistent with the histopathological diagnosis.
STEPHANIE BEST is one of our animal hydrotherapists who has placed second with her collie Rio at Crufts in agility. Here is her incredible performance she has shared with us.
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