Archive: Sep 2020

An unusual tumour below the eye
Vets are very used to dogs, cats and small furries developing growths on various parts of their anatomy. We very often take a small sample of the growth by means of a needle (known as a fine needle aspirate or FNA) befor…
February 24, 2010
Getting a good nights sleep – Helping your new puppy to settle in
Cat is the vet for; an on-line social networking site for pet lovers. This afternoon I had a consult with a women who had recently bought a Bichon Frise puppy and was at her wits end. The pup was refusing…
February 23, 2010 • 2 shares • 2 comments
The dilemma of Gizmo’s leg tumour
Gizmo was a lovable cat who had been known to the practice for many years. In fact she had reached the tremendous age of 21 years with no major health problems until his teeth started to loosen and he had difficulty eati…
February 17, 2010 • 2 comments
Fox hit by car
One recent morning, in the middle of the snowy weather, it was a real struggle to get to work. After a difficult journey, I was surprised to find that the nurse was already checking in a patient. A motorist had found a s…
February 15, 2010 • 2 comments
Pet Diet and Nutrition
My response to the Daily Mail pet food article
Joe Inglis BVSc MRCVS is the vet for the One Show, This Morning and BBC Breakfast. He runs his own line of natural pet food called Pet's Kitchen As you may have seen there was an article in The Daily Mail recently about…
February 10, 2010 • 2 comments
Rusty aims too high!
Young Rusty the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel had an embarrassing problem. Everything was going well until he started to cock his leg at about five months of age. Instead of watering the local lampposts, Rusty urinated o…
February 7, 2010
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