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As the lockdown eases, many pets out there are looking to restart these important vaccinations. To help you save money and keep your pets safe we have decided to continue our Vaccine Amnesty offer. So, if you are worried that your pet’s vaccinations might have lapsed, give us a call and get your companions back on track with two injections for the price of a booster! To find out more about the importance of vaccinations, check out our handy infographic below.
Wilma visited The Animal Clinic to see our wonderful vet Nicki as her owners had noticed she wasn’t using one of her back legs properly. We found a big abscess that had extended up to her leg and into her joint. The decision was made to amputate her leg due to the severity of the infection. Thankfully Wilma recovered well and is back flying around the garden and enjoying sunny snuggles with Barnie.
Baby boy Buster…. 💓 🐶 🐶 💓
After a lucky reprieve for the past couple of months due to Covid restrictions, gorgeous Buster visited Briar House Vet for his neutering procedure.
Buster was a tough soldier throughout and is looking forward to being spoilt at home throughout his recuperation period. Here Buster was getting some well deserved cuddles with Katie before being discharged home.
Buster is also one of our VIP’s which means his surgery price was reduced by 10%! 👍👍 He also receives his monthly flea and worm treatment directly to his door 👍👍
💫 If you want to know more about our scheme, please call our Reception team 💫
Kitten was brought in to our Lakeview Vets branch because of a very painful swollen leg. Shahar one of our wonderful vets gave poor Kitten a thorough examination during which he found the site of a superficial abscess. Abscesses are a build-up of inflammatory exudate (fluid) that contains dead and dying white cells ( pus) often caused by a bite or other penetration from a sharp object which causes bacteria to enter the wound.
They can be extremely painful and your pet may not be their normal selves the area may feel firm or sometimes soft to the touch. If left the abscess can continue to grow causing more discomfort and can rupture releasing an unpleasant fluid. The kitten was sedated and the area clipped and cleaned, the abscess lanced then the wound was flushed. The wound was left open to continue to drain and Kitten was given pain relief to make sure she was comfortable and antibiotics
Kitten was so brave and recovered really well after her procedure yumming down some food when she was fully awake ❤️❤️ We will see her again in 2 days time for a post op check 🥰 and to give her lots of cuddles.