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Excitingly May 2020 is Veterinary Nurse Awareness Month!
Even though you may not see our nurses in front of the house all the time, they are continuously working behind the scenes along with other staff members to ensure your pets are well and receiving the best treatment possible.🩹
Every day is different for a vet nurse, and their role can vary within the practice from monitoring anaesthesia🩺, giving medications💊, assisting with procedures👩⚕️👨⚕️ and maintaining equipment so that it’s in the best condition for your pet⭐️ and of course so much more!
A big thanks to our amazing nurses across all our branches! We love you💕
Our star boy, Yoda💙⭐️
Yoda was brought to our Mayow Veterinary Surgery for an emergency appointment when his owner noticed a concerning lump on his ear. After examination our vet could confirm he had an aural haematoma.
Our amazing vet carried out surgery to drain the haematoma. So far, surgery has been a success and Yoda is doing well post surgery.👍
An aural (ear) haematoma is a collection of blood or serum, and sometimes a blood clot within the pinna or ear flap. This blood collects under the skin and causes the ear flap to become thickened. The swelling may involve the entire ear flap or it may involve only a small area. This is usually caused by an ear infection, ear mites, itchy skin, a knock or injury.
We wish this handsome, lovely chap a very speedy recovery🥰
This cute little lady visited our Corner Veterinary Surgery to say hello and meet the people who will take care of her! She was a little bit scared but then realised how exciting it was here! She played peek a boo and kept trying to jump out of her bag! What a sweetheart she was ❤️❤️
Poppy visited The Animal Clinic as she was feeling unwell, and her owner advised us that she has a habbit of eating things that she shouldn’t… something I’m sure we can all relate too!
We are pleased to say that Poppy successfully passed a sock, which has thankfully worked its way through and out of her digestive system.
Poppy is very lucky and now feeling a lot better – but often pets eating things like socks, normally require surgery.
Poppy will have no idea how lucky she is, but we are all glad she is feeling a lot better. What a good opportunity to also remind ourselves to be aware that pets will find the most bizarre things, in this case a sock! Interesting.
Here is our oldest patient of the clinic, Wilhelmina, who visited our team at Wimbledon Vets because she was choking on something. Our vet Viraf managed to remove a big chunk of apple from her mouth, helping her breathe easier right away! Unfortunately she bit off more than she could chew, but luckily our amazing vet was here to help sweet Wilhelmina!
If you have any particularly sick or unwell patients please don’t hesitate to bring them in as we are currently prioritising emergency patients!