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The cold and gloomy winter may be in the past now but let’s remember some of our sweetest and naughtiest winter patients across our group.
This is lovely but very, very naughty Louis who was brought in by his mum as he had decided it would be a very good idea to chew mums spectacles (!!) into rather a lot of small pieces.
Following this Louis started vomiting bile overnight and of course there is always a chance that Louis swallowed some of the lenses.
We took x-rays, bloods and Kate also performed an ultrasound.
At the moment all looks well but we will keep a very close eye 🤓 on Louis to see if he develops any other symptoms that could indicate a foreign body.
Louis has been a star patient🥇
This naughty boy is Bailey!
Bailey ate a bar of chocolate 🍫 and now he’s feeling sorry for himself (as you can see in the picture). After spending a few hours with us, Bailey went home and we hope that he will not eat any naughty treats again!
Chocolate is poisonous for our little friends and in large amounts, it can be fatal for your dog. In addition, coffee, raisins, grapes and sultanas (very festive sweets🎄) are very toxic and they can even cause kidney failure.
Poor William had to have emergency surgery with us last Friday morning, due to his bladder becoming blocked ☹️
We are pleased to report his surgery went well 😊 and William spent the weekend at our out of hours clinic in Thamesmead. He came back to us on Monday and is pictured below eating some yummy food 😁
There are a few reasons why male cats bladders can become blocked such as stress, infection and bladder stones. It is an emergency condition which requires prompt diagnosis and treatment.
Signs of a blocked bladder include:
If you see your cat showing any of the signs above please call our surgery immediately.
We are pleased to report William is continuing to recover well at home ❤️
This lovely boy is Louie. He saw our Vet recently because he had had some wobbly episodes and she noticed he had a heart murmur. He came in so our Vet Viraf, who has undertaken further training in ultrasonography, could do an Echo, or ultrasound, of his heart. You can see a video of this in the comments below
His scan did not show any major abnormalities but Louie does have high blood pressure. We have started him on some medication and will monitor him closely, alongside his excellent owner
Don’t let the little frowny face fool you, he was a very well behaved boy and didn’t mind being here at all ❤️
Check out the video below, in which our amazing vet Viraf talks about the importance of vaccinations and what are the diseases you will be protecting them from…
⚠ ATTENTION ⚠Is your pet behind with their vaccines?💉Your pet could be at risk!! However there is no need to worry because our amazing Vaccine Amnesty has been extended until the end of February! 🤗🎉In the video below, one of our amazing vets, Viraf is talking about the importance of vaccinations and the diseases we are vaccinating against.BOOK NOW to benefit from restarting these potentially life-saving vaccinations at a minimum cost! http://ow.ly/qdjq50y9TTQ
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