Sarah Fiddy

BVMedSci BVM BVS GPcert PgC (SAS) MRCVS

Sarah graduated from vet school in 2014 and has had a varied career since then. She started out in charity veterinary practice before taking some time out to travel and volunteer at various animal charities abroad, including Sri Lanka and Malaysia. Since returning Sarah has settled into small animal practice in South Wales and has recently completed a postgraduate certificate in small animal surgery.

Her particular career passions include animal welfare, client communication and surgery. In her spare time she can be found running, enjoying live music and exploring the beautiful South Wales coastline.

Latest articles by Sarah Fiddy

What is BOAS surgery, and why is it needed?
Dogs
What is BOAS surgery, and why is it needed?
If you own a short-nosed dog, or are considering getting one, there’s a good chance you will have heard about BOAS. Here, we’ll look at the condition, the causes and when surgery might be needed. We’ll…
April 15, 2021 • 35 shares
Cruciate Disease in Dogs – What are the options?
Common Health Problems
Cruciate Disease in Dogs – What are the options?
Cruciate ligament disease is one of the most common causes of back leg lameness in dogs seen in practice. But with early diagnosis and proper veterinary treatment, it's a condition that can be managed.
March 8, 2021 • 11 shares
Why aren’t dogs given casts if they break a bone?
Dogs
Why aren’t dogs given casts if they break a bone?
Fractures are a relatively common pet injury - usually the result of trauma or a fall, and a common question I get asked by owners is “Why can’t my dog’s fracture be cast?” After all, it’s commonplace in human medicine.
March 5, 2021 • 4 shares
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