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April Pet of the Month: Libby

Meet Libby, who has been chosen as our Pet of The Month for April! Libby has had chronic eye infections for a while now. Her eye infections had been managed medically until the beginning of the year when vet Jennifer noticed the recurrent eye infections had caused bilateral entropion (the eyelid folds inwards causing the eyelashes to rub continuously against the cornea). This was causing more recurrent infections and irritation for Libby, so the decision was made to surgically resect the eyelids to rectify the entropion

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March Pet of the Month: Barnaby

Barnaby came in to see vet Sarah on the 12th of March after his owner noticed a swelling appear on the back of his left thigh. A fine needle aspirate was taken from the mass to determine what the mass was, this was looked at by the vet in-house and revealed the mass to be a mast cell tumour. Mast cells are normal cells found in the body which are used in both inflammatory and allergic mechanisms...

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Pet of the Year 2018

Congratulations to Stan, who was voted as Pet of The Year for 2018!Stan was diagnosed with Lymphoma two weeks before Christmas last year, since then he has undergone several rounds of chemotherapy. He went into remission in February but unfortunately relapsed at the start of summer and has been continuing chemotherapy almost weekly since.

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Pet of the Month for February

Meet characterful George, who has been chosen as our Pet Of The Month for February! George ended up being taken to the emergency vets on Boxing Day, after spending Christmas Day evening feeling very disoriented and acting out of character.

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What to Know About the Anaesthesia Shortage

You may have seen the recent news that the veterinary profession is facing an anaesthetic drug shortage. A breakdown at the factory that produces the anaesthetic gas isoflurane has caused a nationwide drug shortage. This is the drug that we use most commonly to keep our patients asleep - it is breathed in through a face mask or tube during the anaesthetic.

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Pet of the Month November - Stan

Stan has been chosen as Pet Of The Month for November! Stan was diagnosed with Lymphoma two weeks before Christmas last year, since then he has undergone several rounds of chemotherapy. He went into remission in February but unfortunately relapsed at the start of summer and has been continuing chemotherapy almost weekly since. Despite being a little needle phobic Stan is very brave and tolerates his chemotherapy extremely well.

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Pet of the Month October - Rocky

Rocky has been chosen as our pet of the month for October! Rocky was brought in to see us at the beginning of October when he badly cut his leg whilst walking through a river.

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Pet of the Month September - Minnie

Minnie is our Pet of the Month for September! She has been hand reared by our receptionist Lynn, on behalf of the charity Cats Protection, after being found in the middle of a recycling plant – which is known to be occupied by a feral colony.

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September Newsletter

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Pet of the Month August - Brumas

Brumas has been chosen as Pet Of The Month for August! Although his story spans a lot longer than just the month of August. Brumas presented as extremely lethargic and not himself on the 4th of July with our locum vet Nikki Geddes.

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