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What is an aural haematoma and how is it treated in dogs?
Common Conditions
What is an aural haematoma and how is it treated in dogs?
Aural haematomas are pretty common in dogs, and we sometimes see them in cats too. If a client rings for an appointment for their pet’s swollen ear, it's probably an aural haematoma.  …
June 15, 2021 • 16 shares
How are broken legs treated in rabbits?
Rabbits
How are broken legs treated in rabbits?
Rabbits make amazing pets and quickly become members of the family with their unique personalities and loveable nature. It, therefore, is incredibly hard when they are injured or unwell. A particularly difficult injury t…
June 14, 2021 • 47 shares • 8 comments
Vomiting in dogs – when is surgery needed?
Dogs
Vomiting in dogs – when is surgery needed?
Vomiting is very common in our canine companions. The good news is that in most cases it is a short-lived problem and not caused by anything serious. Sometimes though, there may be a reason that your vet recommends surge…
May 26, 2021 • 14 shares
How is bloat treated in dogs and what are the signs?
Dogs
How is bloat treated in dogs and what are the signs?
What is bloat? When talking about a condition called 'bloat' we are normally referring to an emergency in dogs whereby the stomach becomes very distended and rotates. This creates the typical appearance of a swollen abdo…
May 12, 2021
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 • 34 shares
My Puppy Has A Hernia - What Next?
Dogs
My Puppy Has A Hernia - What Next?
You’ve been told your puppy has a hernia. Any medical problem is worrying for a new puppy owner and one that may require surgery to fix is especially daunting. Fortunately, while some hernias may be serious, most puppies…
March 15, 2021 • 60 shares • 1 comments
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