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News

A new member for our Neurology Team

13 November 2016

We are delighted to welcome Cristoforo Ricco to our neurology team at Willows...

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Brrrrrrr it’s getting a little chilly!

9 November 2016

With the arrival of the first frosty mornings and salt-gritted roads, here are Willows top tips for winter to keep your pets safe and warm during the colder months...

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Harvest mites

6 November 2016

Late summer/autumn is the time of year we start to see cases of harvest mites, which are actually the larval stage of the adult mite, Trombicula autumnalis...

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Sparky gets his Sparkle back!

2 November 2016

Sparky, a lovely and very active 2 year old Whippet, was referred to the soft tissue service at Willows because he was lame on his left front limb and was not able to enjoy his long walks anymore...

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Bonfire Night!

30 October 2016

Whilst many humans enjoy nothing better than a spectacular firework display on a cold November night, for those of you with dogs and cats with firework phobia, the season can appear endless…

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Stevie’s Eye Watering Story!

26 October 2016

Stevie was a young rescue cat from Cramar Cat Sanctuary, it had been noticed that she had an unusual eyelid problem. Alice the veterinary surgeon at Cramar is married to one of Willows ophthalmology (eye) specialists’ Mike Rhodes, so she asked Mike to examine Stevie and help manage her painful eyelid condition...

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Can you help us? Sprout is missing!

23 October 2016

We are appealing for your help! Charlotte is a student nurse here at Willows and her beloved cat is missing...

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Pet Blood Donor Sessions

19 October 2016

Willows see a wide variety of patients, some of whom have life-threatening diseases associated with blood loss and severe anaemia. Some of these patients need transfusions with blood or blood products, and many of our patients have benefitted from treatment that would not have been possible without the help and support of the Pet Blood Bank...

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Willows opened its doors for a Family Open Day

16 October 2016

Willows were delighted to be able to open the doors to our clients and local pet owners to be able to give them the chance to meet our amazing team and take a behind-the-scenes tour of the centre and our excellent facilities...

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Petplan Veterinary Awards 2017

12 October 2016

The Petplan Veterinary Awards recognise the fantastic work that goes on in veterinary practices across the UK. Petplan has worked closely with the veterinary profession for over 40 years and hosts these independent industry awards to recognise the hard work and dedication of veterinary staff caring for our pets.

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An Unusual Birthday Present for Stephen!

9 October 2016

For most of us who are still counting, when a birthday rolls around, it usually involves spending time with friends and family in celebration (or perhaps commiseration) of another year passed. Relaxation and enjoyment, with the occasional gift of course, is the usual order of the day...

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Guide Dogs Week 1-9 October 2016

5 October 2016

Today Guide Dogs is the largest breeder and trainer of working dogs and they have helped over 29,000 people to achieve life-changing independence...

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Scrappy’s Story

2 October 2016

Scrappy is a 2 year old female Standard Poodle and her problem started at just 10 months old. She had been a very active dog up to this point, and loved attending her weekly agility classes...

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Getting to the heart of it for Teddy!

29 September 2016

Today sees the World Heart Federation raise awareness about cardiovascular disease in the human field. Here at Willows we have a Specialist Cardiology Team that are dedicated to caring for cats and dogs with heart problems...

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Willows welcomes a new clinician in small animal surgery

25 September 2016

Willows is delighted to welcome Emma Hall BVSc MRCVS, Clinician in small animal surgery. Emma has a strong interest in all areas of soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery and is currently working towards a European Diploma in Veterinary Surgery...

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New Clinic For Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome

22 September 2016

Willows is pleased to announce the provision of a clinic dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of brachycephalic upper airway obstruction (brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome – BOAS) associated with brachycephalic breeds...

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Purr-fect facilities for feline friends!

21 September 2016

Willows has launched a new feline medicine clinic, led by Stephanie Lalor, a European Specialist in Internal Medicine. The clinic is suitable for cats with a wide range of medical conditions...

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Willows welcomes Brigite to the Cardiology Team!

18 September 2016

We are delighted to welcome Brigite Pedro DVM, MSc, DipECVIM-CA (Cardiology) MRCVS to our team where she will be working alongside Mike Martin MVB DVC and Chris Linney BVSc, GPCertSAP, CertAVP(VC) DipECVIM-CA (cardiology) MRCVS...

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Puppy Awareness Week

14 September 2016

Puppy Awareness Week, 12-18 September 2016, is an annual campaign by The Kennel Club to spread the message of responsible puppy ownership. PAW aims to make sure that puppies live happy, healthy lives...

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Close Call for Max!

11 September 2016

This story features a dramatic end to what seemed like an innocent cat bite injury for Max. Max came home from his adventures outside one day with a limp and some swelling of one of his front legs...

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Jess’s Bank Holiday Jam!

4 September 2016

When Jess refused his breakfast on August Bank Holiday weekend, his owner knew there was something wrong. Jess is an 11 year old black and white cat who was rescued by his owners when he was just 7 weeks old...

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Does your pet have unwanted guests?

31 August 2016

With the recent hot weather, it’s important to remember that many of our houses will be visited by microscopic unwanted guests this summer. Fleas are blood sucking insects found just about everywhere in the UK...

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It’s National Dog Day!

26 August 2016

Today is national dog day and time to celebrate with our canine companions...

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Double trouble for Billy!

24 August 2016

Billy was brought to see Will, one of the primary care clinicians, as his owners were concerned that he had a large mass behind his left shoulder which had been slowly getting worse...

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A brighter future ahead for Poppie!

21 August 2016

Poppie, a lovely, very active, 5 year old Labrador was referred to Willows Veterinary Centre for a second opinion regarding a cancerous tumour of her lower lip...

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Hot Tip for Summer! 

17 August 2016

With the warmer weather, summer is a popular time for adder bites! The snakes are present all over the UK, with the South-East of England being a particular hot spot.

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An end to the sneezes for Florence…

10 August 2016

Florence, a lovely little cat belonging to one of our receptionists Alyson, had a throat problem and came to see Sam, one of our primary clinicians...

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Allergy season is here!

5 August 2016

Willows are experiencing the usual summer upswing in the number of animals being presented with skin complaints. During the spring/summertime it is common for allergic skin conditions to manifest, and for those animals that have year round problems, it can get noticeably worse during this period...

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This will make your skin crawl!

3 August 2016

Fox mange is caused by the burrowing 8 legged parasite Sarcoptes scabiei. This mite infects dogs who come into contact with foxes or ...

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Great News for Henry!

29 July 2016

Lovely little Henry was just 8 months old when he suddenly started yelping out in pain when he was touched or when he was moving around...

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