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News

Ancient discovery of a modern problem

1 May 2013

An academic at the University of Sarajevo recently stumbled across a manuscript from the 15th Century that had been sabotaged by an enthusiastic cat...

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You are what you eat, as Bandit has discovered!

29 April 2013

Meet Bandit, a gorgeous 7 month old Bengal Cross. Bandit’s owners had become very concerned because, not only was he about half the size of his brother, but he had also suddenly become very wobbly when he was walking and had intense back pain...

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‘From here to mutternity...’

26 April 2013

The Dogs Trust has worked with a parent’s charity, the NCT, to create a leaflet to help dog owners feel more confident when their new baby arrives...

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A cautionary tale

24 April 2013

With the continuing inclement weather making wellies a necessity on the daily dog walk, a cautionary tale arises...

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Exam success for Alessandra

22 April 2013

Alessandra Mathis, one of Willows’ team of anaesthetists, is pictured here with her European Diploma in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia.  After years of intensive post-graduate training and study, Alessandra has recently passed her European Diploma examinations and gained European Specialist status in her field...

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Mystery illness kills dogs in the New Forest

19 April 2013

Since the beginning of January there have been eleven cases of a fatal illness causing acute (sudden onset) kidney failure in dogs walked in the Ogdens area of the New Forest....

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BSAVA Congress at the NIA in Birmingham

17 April 2013

Peter Renwick, one of Willows practice partners (left), and Willows’ Oncology and Soft Tissue Surgery Specialist Dr Stephen Baines (right), pictured on Willows’ stand at the recent BSAVA Congress at the NIA in Birmingham, with Mark Johnston, the BSAVA President...

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Daffodils upset digestion

15 April 2013

Bertie, a 14 year old tabby cat, was presented to Willows primary care emergency out-of-hours clinic after chewing on some daffodils the previous night.  Since having his seasonal snack, Bertie had been vomiting repeatedly and was feeling under the weather...

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Willows BSAVA Congress
Charitable Donation

12 April 2013

Delegates attending the BSAVA Congress at the NIA in Birmingham were able to vote with Willows tokens each time they had a cup of tea or coffee. They were bale to place their tokens into collectors for one of three deserving charities – Guide Dogs for the BlindThe Cinnamon Trust and Petsavers...

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When you were ill you travelled to Willows Veterinary Hospital in Solihull from where Sonny? ... GUERNSEY!

10 April 2013

When Sonny, a normally extremely lively four-year-old Labrador Retriever, developed a very rare life-threatening illness, his owners and veterinary surgeon in Guernsey decided that they rapidly needed to seek specialist attention on the UK mainland.

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Willows at British Small Animal Veterinary Association Congress 2013

8 April 2013

Willows was a major exhibitor at the BSAVA Congress in Birmingham last week. Several thousand veterinary professionals visited the Congress which ran from 4th to 7th April at the International Conference Centre and the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham City Centre...

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Spotlight on pain in cats

4 April 2013

The Feline Advisory Bureau, in conjunction with Boehringer Ingelheim, have launched a campaign to recognise pain in cats: www.facebook.com/spotcatpain and www.pledgeagainstcatpain.co.uk ...

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Roo's Prickly Problem!

2 April 2013

Roo, a gorgeous little 1 year old male Pug, was referred to Willows recently for investigation of a prickly eye problem! ...

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Brave Ruby is a Winner!

28 March 2013

Ruby is a 6 year old Bullmastiff who, out of the blue, became unwell last October. Ruby’s usual vets discovered that she had enlarged glands (lymph nodes), and further investigations showed that unfortunately, she had a cancerous condition called lymphoma...

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Crufts – it’s a dog’s world!

27 March 2013

A review of the Kennel Club breed standards to help improve health and welfare of pedigree dogs has contributed to the increased popularity of this world renowned event...

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Roxy recovers from 'the blues'

25 March 2013

Roxy, a 10 month old Staffordshire Bull Terrier, is normally a happy, active character. However, she suddenly became very wobbly and unable to go up and down stairs, and according to her concerned owners, she also was very lethargic and not even keen on barking when playtime was suggested to her (and that was totally out of character for Roxy!)...

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Friendly Fergie gets a nasty shock!

22 March 2013

Fergie is a friendly little Shih Tzu who went over to say hello to a collie the other day and unfortunately got her face bitten as a reward for her advances...

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Benny – now you see him, now you don’t!

20 March 2013

You may remember that Benny, who belongs to two of Willows Specialist vets, recently had a road accident...

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Pug Club News

18 March 2013

Klaus dreams of entering Crufts in the agility section next year!

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Willows vet’s Akita wins 4th place at Crufts!

15 March 2013

Willows anaesthesia vet, Anna Bryla, entered her dog Chica at Crufts this year and was delighted to get 4th place in the yearling bitches class! ...

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Be warned – antifreeze kills pets!

13 March 2013

Cats and dogs often like licking antifreeze – it is sweet and tasty. Unfortunately, ingesting (eating) even a tiny amount can quickly lead to kidney failure and death. We would like to remind everyone how important this information is...

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Pug Club News - Klaus keeps fit

11 March 2013

Here is Klaus practising his agility skills and keeping in trim! ...

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Pug Club News - Christine’s Chico cake!

8 March 2013

Willows eye specialist, Christine Heinrich, is used to performing delicate microsurgery on her patients. This time she has a rather different knife in her hand as she prepares to share out a delicious, Chico look-alike cake amongst our staff! ...

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‘Bully’ the Bulldog pup

4 March 2013

Bully is a 14 week old puppy who developed a problem called ‘Cherry eye’ (or ‘prolapsed nictitans gland’ for the technically minded!) in both eyes – from the photo you can see why the condition is called cherry eye! ...

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Badger gets back to playing ball!

28 February 2013

Badger, an eight year old Border Collie, came to see Willows because he had become wobbly on his legs and was not his usual happy self. For a few months he had become increasingly reluctant to exercise, he was sometimes lame on his front leg and he couldn’t go up and down stairs. Badger was on medication for arthritis diagnosed a few years ago but his concerned owners felt there was more to his problem this time...

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Bird seed bonanza!

25 February 2013

Sybil, an eight year old, Jack Russell Terrier belonging to Laura, one of Willows’ nurses was brought to one of Willows’ primary care vets after eating a large quantity of bird food...

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Travel safely with your dog

22 February 2013

Safely restraining your dog in the car is just as important as remembering to wear your own seatbelt. In the event of an accident, your dog could be thrown forward with such force it could not only injure itself but also severely injure you or your passengers...

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Spring is just round the corner!

22 February 2013

Pug Club member Klaus surveys the scene, and approves of the beautiful snowdrops in his territory! ...

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Pug Club News - Klaus makes some new friends

20 February 2013

Klaus likes nothing better than meeting up with new Pug chums when he is out and about. What do you call a collection of Pugs, anyway? ...

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Lungworm in dogs – increasing awareness

18 February 2013

You may have spotted recent TV and radio adverts raising awareness about lungworm in dogs. This is an increasingly recognised disease which can cause a variety of symptoms ranging from mild respiratory signs through to fatal bleeding and neurological problems...

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