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Anderson Moores Celebrates 10 Years Helping the South's Pets

Anderson Moores Veterinary Specialists has been busy celebrating 10 years of providing high quality surgical and medical care for cats and dogs across the south. To mark this milestone in spectacul - Read more

Our state-of-the-art Feline Hyperthyroid Clinic is complete – take a look at the first pictures here

We are delighted to be able to share with you pictures of our new Feline Hyperthyroid Clinic at Deer Park, which will be accepting referrals from the beginning of October. The facilit - Read more

Job Vacancy: Small Animal Surgeon - Boarded or Board eligible and Residency trained

We are currently looking for the right person to expand our surgery team of four full-time and one part-time Boarded surgeons. Anderson Moores has a truly multidisciplinary team providing refer - Read more

Technological Issues

We are currently experiencing technological difficulties. If you do wish to contact the practice, please call us on 01962 767920 rather than emailing for the time being. We apologise for any inconv - Read more

Feline Hyperthyroid Clinic Launched

After months of preparation and hard work, we are delighted to announce that from September, Anderson Moores will become one of only a handful of veterinary centres in the south of England to provi - Read more

RSA’s Preferred Veterinary Referral Network

I’m sure that you will have seen much in the trade and national press about RSA’s recently launched 'Preferred Veterinary Referral Network'. Last year we worked closely with - Read more

Clinical findings and treatment outcome for cats diagnosed with Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) in the UK

We are pleased to announce that our European Specialist in Companion Animal Cardiology, Paul Motskula, recently contributed to a research paper published within the Veterinary Record regarding the - Read more

Pokémon goes to the rescue

Here at Anderson Moores we always like to keep our finger on the pulse of popular culture and this month the global sensation that is Pokémon Go has caught our attention. Unless you' - Read more

Avoiding Pitfalls in Thoracic Radiography

by Tommaso Gregori In this short article, I would like to briefly discuss the benefits and importance of obtaining orthogonal views when performing radiographs in practice. As x-ray images are - Read more

Great Pretenders of Neurology

By Sue Fitzmaurice Like you, I am frightened by Donald Trump’s hair. I can’t explain it. I don’t know where it came from, how it happened, or what it will lead to. No doubt so - Read more

Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) Study

We are still recruiting cats for our hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) clinical trial involving the nutritional management of pre-clinical felines. For a cat to be considered at the screening proce - Read more

Minimally Invasive Surgery for Intrahepatic Shunts

Minimally Invasive Surgery (Percutaneous Transjugular Coil Embolisation) for Single Congenital Intrahepatic Shunts Congenital portosystemic shunts have been reported to occur in 0.18% of all do - Read more

Gallbladder Mucoceles…… more common than you think

A remainder of hepatic physiology: Bile is continuously produced by hepatocytes and is mainly composed of water, bile acids, bilirubin, phospholipids, cholesterol and electrolytes. Bile is init - Read more

Have you seen a cat with a heart murmur in your clinic?

We are looking for cats with asymptomatic HCM! For a clinical trial using a targeted diet from an international pet food manufacturer we are including cats with diagnosed asymptomatic HCM. - Read more

Incidental heart murmurs – are they incidental after all?

During routine physical examination of dogs and cats heart murmurs are often noted in the clinical record. Should we worry about this? Heart murmurs may be associated with a significant cardiac - Read more

Treatment of Chronic Kidney Disease

This article explores the treatment of chronic kidney disease (CKD). CKD is relatively common in general practice and early identification and appropriate management may improve the outcome of pati - Read more

How to manage... Chronic Diarrhoea in dogs

Chronic diarrhoea is common in dogs. Diarrhoea is considered as chronic when it lasts for longer than 2-3 weeks, or if there are relapsing episodes of acute diarrhoea. Differential diagnoses for ch - Read more

How to Maximise the Benefits of Referral

How to decide if a referral is appropriate for a patient? Uncertain or unconfirmed diagnosis Diagnosis or treatment requiring equipment/expertise not available in practice Poor - Read more

Incomplete ossification of the humeral condyle in Springer Spaniels

Incomplete ossification of the humeral condyle (aka humeral intracondylar fissure) predisposes affected dogs to condylar fractures (elbow fractures), and can cause forelimb lameness in its own righ - Read more

Pain Clinic Launched

Anderson Moores Veterinary Specialists now offers a Pain Clinic Service as part of a multidisciplinary specialist approach to patients’ wellbeing and quality of life. The goal of the Pain Clinic - Read more

Requests for Advice

At Anderson Moores we believe that complimentary case advice is a very important part of the service that we offer our referring vets. Our aim is to provide pertinent, timely advice to all colleagu - Read more

Staff News

Neurology We are really pleased to be able to welcome Ed Ives to join Sue Fitzmaurice in our rapidly expanding neurology team. Ed graduated from Cambridge in 2007 before working in a first opin - Read more

Insurers Try to Dictate Care

There has been much comment both in the press and on social media regarding the “preferred provider” policy that the insurance underwriter RSA has recently implemented in various region - Read more

Clinical Case of the Month

Clinical Presentation Are you filled with dread when ‘Dog looking at owner in a funny way’ pops up on your computer screen as the summary of your next case? Well, occasionally that - Read more

Non azotaemic cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy/Alabama Rot – Advice Sheet for Vets

Given recent interest in cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy (CRGV) in the media and on social networking sites, you may have been presented with a dog with a skin lesion of unknown cause a - Read more

Cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy/Alabama rot – Veterinary Information Sheet

Cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy (CRGV) is a disease of unknown aetiology, often characterised by ulceration of the distal extremities in dogs. It is variably associated with clinically - Read more

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