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Valentine’s weekend set up a lovely start to the week with many of us – and our pets – feeling loved and cared for! The pets that visited us were taken care of by our lovely teams who provided love, care, and gave their best selves to protect the animals and keep them safe and healthy!
Appropriately Valentine’s Day has been all about hearts for us at Wimbledon Vets!
This gorgeous girl is Luella who came to see Viraf for an ultrasound of her heart. She has a condition called Feline Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) which is a condition that causes the muscular walls of a cat’s heart to thicken, decreasing the heart’s efficiency and sometimes creating symptoms in other parts of the body.
We perform regular heart ultrasounds to monitor her condition. Her last scan scan showed that her condition is stable and her medication is working
We will continue to monitor this little sweetheart ❤️
Tortoises needed worming regularly to keep them free from intestinal parasites. However…. tortoises are not always as obliging as we’d hope!!
Here Thomas is being wormed by inserting a catheter into his stomach and passing the wormer directly in.
We had to use the forceps to prevent his very strong beak from snipping the catheter off which could be very dangerous for him!
Thomas returned home with his other 3 shelled friends later in the day fully protected and healthy! 👍👍👍 🐢👍👍👍
This handsome boy is one of our golden oldies and what an absolute angel he is!
Marvellous Max is nearly 13 years old. Here he is sitting patiently waiting for his liver treats. Max came in for his arthritis injection which helps with pain and stiffness.
We are all so proud of Max, he is a therapy dog! Not only does he make us and his owners happy, he goes in to care homes etc and makes lots of other peoples day a happy day! Because, who wouldn’t be happy to see this little face?!
A therapy dog is a dog that is trained to provide affection, comfort and support to people in hospitals, retirement homes, nursing homes, schools, libraries, hospices and/or disaster areas.
Well done Max, you little superstar⭐️🐶
This is Chloe, or Puss Puss as she is more affectionately known.
She has spent the last few nights at our hospitalisation facilities while we stabilised her after discovering she was diabetic!
She has required regular blood glucose testing and careful administration of insulin.
We have now taught her (needle phobic!!) mum how to do this at home and Leanne was able to discharged her today!
Looking forward to seeing this sweet girl back for a recheck next week 👍🐱👍🐱👍🐱👍