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Due to demand, we have decided to extend our amazing Vaccine Amnesty offer until the end of February!
So don’t worry if you missed some of your pet’s vaccinations, because we are here to get them back on track. BOOK your appointment now and benefit from two injections for the price of a BOOSTER!
In the video below, our amazing vet Viraf talks about the importance of vaccinations against some possibly fatal and nasty diseases!
This mischievous little man is Norman. He came in as an emergency appointment last week after eating a whole box of dark chocolate liquors. Within a few hours Norman became very unwell and had developed vomiting and a swollen abdomen. Norman required an emergency consult with our vet Andreas and he determined that the swelling was likely a result of a condition know as GDV.
GDV or gloat and gastric torsion is one of the most serious of all pet emergencies. If left untreated, this condition will be proven fatal for your pets. In cases of GDV, the stomach twists and expands with gas.
Symptoms to look out for:
Please contact the surgery immediately if your pets have eaten anything unusual or if you noticed any of the above.
Back to sweet Norman, our dedicated vet Andreas assisted by our equally dedicated head nurse Rebekah, had to perform out of hours x-rays and emergency surgery late into the evening to drain the air from his abdomen and drain the contents of his stomach. Fortunately Norman’s stomach was not twisted but the emergency surgery saved his life. We are pleased to report he has fully recovered and is back to his normal self.
Poor Tilly came in to us today as an emergency after running into a big Labrador yesterday and not being able to move afterwards. We took some x-rays of her spine which suggest that she might have a slipped disc, and some internal damage to her liver.
The gaps in between the vertebrae, or bones of the spine, should be in equal distance but we can see one of the gaps in the middle is quite narrow which is likely because one of the discs that usually sits there has popped up out of place, pushing on her poor spinal cord and causing her pain.
In the tests that we performed, we noticed that the ALT, which is a liver enzyme, has gone up above the normal range with a little asterix.
Luckily, the liver will regenerate quite quickly and return to normal order, and we will give Tilly two medications that will help with her back. She’ll have to stay quite rested until she recovers but should be back to her normal speedy self in no time!
We are regularly asked about the benefits of a keyhole spay
*Check out this video for proof!!*
💚 Anaesthesia recovery for your pet is much quicker as the surgery is much less invasive 💚
💚 Recuperation is much easier due to only needing to make two tiny surgical incisions rather than a large abdominal wound 💚
💚 And we can get your pet home to you sooner 💚
Click here to find out more about Keyhole Spay.
Call one of our surgeries for more information if you are interested in getting your fur-baby booked in 😊😊
🐶 Aren’t they just adorable? 🐶
These husky puppies came in for their first vaccination and as you can see our team got very excited!😍
They were so well behaved and we had a fantastic time sharing cuddles, kisses and giving treats!🧡