Tairrie’s Terrible Ordeal

Three-year-old Tairrie, a lovely greyhound suddenly developed rapid and laboured breathing and her concerned owner thought she was suffering from lung worm or kennel cough so she took her to her local vet who referred her straight away to our emergency and critical care team. Tairrie was diagnosed with a serious and life-threatening breathing disorder…

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Souki’s Winter Warning

Souki, a gorgeous chocolate Labrador puppy spent time recovering with us after her owner saw her licking something off the kitchen floor. When she went to investigate, she realised there were drips of antifreeze which had spilt from a leaking bottle when taking it out to the car. They immediately looked online at the severity of…

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Bear’s Big Break

Three-year-old Bear, a beautiful Cavachon, was in a very poorly state after a road traffic accident. He had a broken right femur bone so was referred to our Orthopaedic team. This was especially traumatic for Bear’s owner as she was on holiday in Australia when Bear’s accident happened! However, our team kept in regular contact…

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Excellent Opportunity for our Nurse Leila

One of our dedicated and much loved Registered Veterinary Nurses (RVN) Leila Hallaj has taken off on an exciting 6-month trip to join the Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Hospital (VES) on the idyllic South-East Asian island of Singapore. An excited Leila explained the switch, saying: “My brother and his wife moved there last October and…

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Fantastic feedback from Bombay CPD event

70 vets and nurses gathered on a sunny September day for a full day of CPD at the beautiful Bombay Sapphire Distillery site. The day started after refreshments with Adam Mugford our Head of Emergency and Critical Care going through the Initial management of a trauma patient that everyone really enjoyed. He was followed by one…

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Eddie’s Toxic Tetanus Story

Eddie, a lovely 5-year-old Labrador loves his trips to the beach and chasing balls into the sea. However after a recent trip his owners were worried about him as he started vomiting that night. They took him to their local vet who treated him for the vomiting with fluid therapy and anti-sickness medication for a…

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Hitting the Silver award from the iiE!

We are proud to have earnt a top environmental award in recognition of cutting waste and increasing sustainability. We have been awarded a silver award from the national scheme Investors in the Environment (iiE) after making improvements to our sustainability efforts. Emily Appleby, iiE’s sustainability consultant, was full of praise for our commitment to becoming…

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Goofy’s Rare Brain Defect

Goofy was referred to our Neurology and Neurosurgery team as an emergency after disappearing on a walk and was found disorientated by the side of a road. He had a small amount of blood in one of his nostrils and had a seizure on the way to his local veterinary practice, so a road traffic…

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Sophie’s Scary Journey

Gorgeous little black cat Sophie is now 11 years old, but six years ago her owner feared the worst as she was referred to us as an emergency as she was having seizures and had a dangerously high red blood cell count. Sophie is a very precious cat to her owner as they had adopted…

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Blue’s Physiotherapy Success

Beautiful 2-year-old collie Blue was referred to our Orthopaedic team as she was lame and in pain. She had CT scans and ultrasound imaging to confirm the diagnosis of chronic bicipital tendinopathy, that can cause severe weight bearing lameness. Blue was given a steroid injection in her tendon sheaf to try to relieve the pain.…

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