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Breed associated respiratory distress in dogs in warm weather and laryngeal paralysis in dogs. Susceptible breeds and treatment options. …
Full small animal cataract surgery referral service now offered. Bilateral and uni lateral surgery cases seen.…
A dentistry quiz based on x-ray examination of a dog with facial swelling. …
Thank you to all those that attended our CPD event last night on Managing Tracheal Collapse in Dogs. We were pleased to have 16 vets attend the presentation - the speaker was Tim Charlesworth MA VetMB DSAS(ST) MRCVS RCVS Recognised Specialist in Small Animal Surgery (Soft Tissue)…
Thanks to everyone who attended our free veterinary dentistry CPD on the evening of 7th February 2013. Great turnout of vets at this popular dentistry CPD; we had over 40 vets attend. We feel this is an indication of increasing recognition of the importance of animal dentistry and oral veterinary surgery within the profession and individual practices.…
Pectus Excavatum is a deformity of the chest wall where the caudal sternum deviates dorsally, which can significantly decrease the thoracic volume and therefore the ability of the lungs to fully expand.…
A Pleuraport is a new, fully implantable type of chest drain that can be used in any case that would otherwise need repeated thoracic drainage, either for therapeutic or sampling purposes - It can also be used to lavage the thoracic cavity or even administer intra-pleural chemotherapy. …
Peter Southerden has just been granted RCVS recognised specialist status and is now both a European and RCVS recognised specialist in Veterinary Dentistry.…
Tim Charlesworth has just been granted RCVS recognised specialist status in small animal soft tissue surgery.…
This popluar veterinary dentistry CPD course fully booked, other dates available...…
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