Vet Blog

Tips, advice and talking points

Emergency bladder surgery

16 April 2018

Urinary bladder emergencies happen relatively frequently in small animal practice, and when they occur they need to be recognised for what they are and dealt with urgently.

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Rabbit surgery – perioperative care

16 April 2018

No longer are dogs and cats the only animals having routine investigations and surgery. Rabbits are also being operated on in most vet practices, so we thought it might be helpful to share with you some important tips on perioperative care.

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Care of the ageing feline

16 April 2018

Anyone working with cats will know that they are living longer than they did just a few years ago, and it’s all thanks to improved nutrition and veterinary care. It’s rewarding that we’re able to do so much more in terms of preventing common diseases.

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Seizures

16 April 2018

Seizures, fits or convulsions are a relatively common disorder in companion animals, with as many as 5% of dogs and 1 in 200 cats being affected. In this article we review the different forms of seizure, the events and diseases associated with them and common treatments.

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Canine pneumonia – look for the signs

16 April 2018

Whilst pneumonia is not particularly common in adults, it is seen more frequently in the very young, the very old and those with weak or compromised immune systems.

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6 ways to collect cells for cytology

07 March 2018

Cytology is an essential tool available to all of us in veterinary practice. There are numerous ways in which to collect your sample, and in this article we look at the 6 most effective techniques.

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