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BSAVA Congress 2016

Willows are excited to be exhibiting again at BSAVA congress (7-10 April)

Be in with a chance of winning a

5* Luxury weekend break

! Come

along and join us on Stand 613 and test your manual skills with

our laparoscopic training game.

Congress delegates will have an excellent opportunity to meet with Specialist

Vets and Nurses from our multi-disciplinary team, discuss interesting cases

and find out more about our services, including our out of hours service and

our new feline clinics being launched this year.

As part of our ongoing commitment to charity, this yearWillows is

making a

£5,000 donation

to be divided between all the following

charities; Cats Protection, Love Underdogs and PetSavers.

New Clinical


Willows is excited to announce that

Toby Gemmil MRCVS, RCVS and European

Specialist in Small Animal Surgery

(Orthopaedics) has been appointed as

Clinical Director of the centre.

Toby has been withWillows for many years and will

carry on the ethos and ethics of the founders going

forward, ensuring the efficient and smooth running

of the Centre and most importantly ensuring that

all teammembers follow and deliver on our core

values and commitment to excellence.

Toby gained the RCVS Diploma in Small Animal

Surgery (Orthopaedics) and the ECVS Diploma

in Small Animal Surgery in 2005 and was also

awarded an MVM for research into canine elbow

dysplasia. He has worked atWillows since 2005.

Toby has been an RCVS examiner in SmallAnimal

Surgery since 2008 and has examined at both

Certificate and Diploma levels. He is also amember

of the RCVS SmallAnimal Surgery Board.Toby has

maintained active research interests in addition

to handling a busy clinical caseload, and he has

been awarded research prizes fromBSAVA, ECVS

and BVOA.Toby has authored and co-authored

numerous scientific papers and abstracts, given

presentations around the world on a wide variety

of topics relating to small animal orthopaedics and

spinal surgery, and has regularly contributed to

local CPDmeetings. He enjoys all aspects of small

animal orthopaedics but has particular interests

in joint replacement, management of complex

fractures and spinal surgery.