Please see the following article regarding diagnosed cases of Tuberculosis in cats in Newbury last year. We would like to stress that the risk of cat-to-human transmission of M. bovis remains “very low” and that there have been no reported cases in or around this area since March 2013.
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With Mother’s Day around the corner, the common sights in our homes are bouquets and potted plants. But did you know many types of Lilies have been found to be deadly to cats. Ingestion of just one leaf can result in sever poisoning and within a very short time your cat will show signs of toxicity.
All parts of the lily are toxic to cats; kittens are particularly prone to being poisoned because they explore their environment. Older cats are often Read More »
We are delighted to announce that Lisa Macey, one of our nurses from our St Kitts Branch gave birth to a beautiful baby girl, ‘Lyla’ in January. Both mum and baby are doing well.
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Dora is a 2 year old Entlebucher (Swiss Mountain Dog). She came in to us after playing with a stick out on a walk. Dora’s owners noticed that she had become subdued and seemed uncomfortable. When the Vet examined her, he noticed a wound at the back of her throat.
We needed to make sure that the stick hadn’t broken off and been left in the wound. Dora was then admitted for a general anaesthetic to take radiographs (xrays) Read More »