Important Information

Over the last year, we have seen our costs increase significantly and we have absorbed the majority of these additional costs to try and support our customers during difficult times. However, with costs continuing to escalate, our prices need to increase to offset at least some of these higher costs. These changes will be implemented…

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Pet antibiotic resistance – how can we safeguard our future?

What does antibiotic resistance mean? Antibiotics can be effective at treating bacterial infections. However, over time bacteria can evolve to become resistant to some antibiotics, making them less effective. The more we use antibiotics then the more quickly bacteria may adapt. It’s difficult to develop new antibiotics and the process can take many years. This…

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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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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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Sunny Sunday CPD Session for RVNs

On a recent Sunday local veterinary nurses were welcomed to AMVS for a great day of interactive nursing sessions. The day featured talks on ‘Nursing the Trauma Patient’; ‘Feline Friendly Nursing; ‘Pain Scoring in Practice’ and a practical session on common procedures seen in first opinion and referral centres such as blood pressure monitoring, using…

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Marwell Zoo CPD day success!

A typical spring day of sunshine and showers saw over 100 vets and nurses enjoy an engaging and full CPD day amongst the animals at Marwell Zoo. Our multi-disciplinary day featured 5 hours of specialist-led CPD, and a chance to explore the zoo. In the morning, the vets and nurses attending had the chance to…

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F2F Thoracic surgery evening

Local referring vets enjoyed an interactive evening focusing on common indications for thoracic surgery with us at Anderson Moores. The evening provided attendees with an overview of the most common diseases requiring thoracic surgery, the patient assessment, and the stabilisation of patients with intra-thoracic disease. Matteo discussed the necessary equipment and ideal surgical approach as…

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Pain management workshop feedback

Our interactive Pain management workshop was held late September at the Holiday Inn in Winchester. Matt Gurney our Clinical Director and RCVS and EBVS® European Specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia led the delegates through an engaging evening looking at first-line options for osteoarthritis in patients. The evening was sponsored by Elanco who also shared…

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Gastrointestinal surgery face-to-face CPD event feedback

Andy Phillips RCVS specialist in small animal surgery filled the Anderson Moores reception area on a September evening with his informative discussion and overview of gastrointestinal surgery covering a number of relevant and interesting cases. The delegates found him to be highly knowledgeable on the subject, as he shared relevant tips for primary care practice.…

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New sustainability award for Anderson Moore

We are very proud to share that at Anderson Moore we have recently received our award and accreditation from Investors in the Environment (IIE) after further focusing on sustainability within our hospital. Investors in the Environment (IIE) is a national accreditation scheme designed to help organisations reduce their impact on the environment. This initiative was…

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