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Our Feline Hyperthyroid Clinic at Deer Park is one of only a handful in the south of England and will provide a readily accessible, non-invasive treatment option for feline hyperthyroidism. The clinic has received full approval from the Environment Agency.


Team of International Specialists

The clinic will be run by a team of European, American and RCVS recognised Specialists in Internal Medicine, with the assistance of a dedicated group of feline veterinary nurses and administrators. Our department will use established and recognised screening methods and treatment protocols.
 

Feline Hyperthyroidism

Feline hyperthyroidism is a common endocrine disease of geriatric cats, and radioactive iodine (I-131) is the “gold standard treatment” for this disease. This is a non-invasive, low risk treatment, with a cure rate of approximately 95%. It attracts none of the risks associated with a surgical thyroidectomy.
 

Useful Information

Information for Veterinary Surgeons
Feline Hyperthyroid Clinic, frequently asked questions for vets
Feline Hyperthyroidism Clinic, frequently asked questions for owners
 

Assess Case Suitability

Do you have a case of feline hyperthyroidism that you think is suitable for radioactive iodine treatment or would you like to refer a case to assess its suitability to treatment?

Please contact our team at FHC@andersonmoores.com or call 01962 767920 and we will be happy to help.
 

Where to find us:

The Feline Hyperthyroid Clinic is located just 1.3 miles from our Main Hospital at Bunstead Barns, Poles Lane, Hursley.

Unit 1, Deer Park Farm Barn, Main Road, Hursley, Hampshire, SO21 2LD.
 


 

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