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Cats
Cats get Tetanus too.
Most people are aware of tetanus (“lockjaw”) either through having vaccinations at the health centre or perhaps if they own a horse which has to be vaccinated against the disease. Both humans and horses are genetically s…
March 29, 2010 • 2 shares • 20 comments
Cats
Why cats go blind.
One of the most common causes of sudden blindness in an elderly cat is due to high blood pressure (hypertension). The increased pressure pushes the light sensitive layer (retina) away from the back of the eye and this ca…
March 17, 2010 • 142 shares • 39 comments
Cats
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
Cats
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
Dogs
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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