Getting ready for an anaesthetic at the vets
At one time or another we all have to face our beloved pets having an anaesthetic which can be a scary process if it’s not properly explained. Fortunately most veterinary practices have a fantastic team of nurses that ca…
May 25, 2012
How we prepare your pet for anaesthetic.
Once you relinquish your pet to the green fairies, you may be wondering what actually happens “out the back”. Well, wonder no more. Firstly we make sure that we have an accurate weight for your pet as this is what we use…
March 5, 2012 • 13 shares • 5 comments
When Liver Meets Lungs - Diaphragmatic Hernia in a Cat
One evening whilst playing outside, a little 6 month old kitten (let’s call her Tilly) climbed up a tree. A rather inexperienced hunter, when she saw a little birdie on the end of the branch she reached out to get it and…
July 4, 2011 • 4 shares
Gastric Torsion in Dogs
Also known as Bloat, Twisted Stomach, Gastric Dilatation-Volvulus or GDV, this condition is one of the most serious emergencies in small animal practice, and it can make all the difference to the outcome if it is recogni…
March 16, 2011 • 1699 shares • 57 comments
Neutering dogs - Bitch spay operation: a step by step guide
Deciding whether to spay Spaying or neutering a female dog is not a small operation, so owners should think carefully about all the pros and cons before deciding. The main advantages of spaying are preventing pregnancy,…
January 4, 2011 • 274 shares • 317 comments
“No! Not on the carpet!” – Vomiting in Cats
I knew it was going to be a rough day when I walked in and saw that three of my ten morning appointments were vomiting cats.  Second only to the chronically itchy dog, vomiting cats can be one of the most frustrating thi…
December 9, 2010 • 1 shares • 4 comments
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