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News

Mila Walks Again!

4 May 2016

You may remember a news article that we featured earlier in the year - the heart-breaking story of Mila who had been injured during a burglary at her home, which left her unable to walk. The story gripped the hearts of the nation in local and national news stories.

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Double Award Win for Willows at BSAVA Congress 2016!

29 April 2016

During April each year Birmingham city centre is a buzzing hive of activity as it becomes home to BSAVA Congress, one of the largest veterinary meetings in the world...

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Good news for Archie!

27 April 2016

Archie, an adorable 4 year old Tibetan Terrier came to see Will, one of Willows general practice vets, as he was feeling quite under the weather...

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Come and join us for a tour of Willows

22 April 2016

Willows hold monthly tours of our state-of-the-art premises. Our tours are open to all and are intended to showcase the facilities, services and levels of patient care that we offer in both our general practice clinic and our Specialist referral services...

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Willows mends a broken heart!

21 April 2016

Floyd was seen as a very young puppy for investigations of a very loud heart murmur. A heart murmur is caused by an abnormal, turbulent blood flow in the heart or great vessels. In Floyd’s case, there was a vessel that should have closed at birth that failed to do so. The vessel is called a patent ductus arteriosus (PDA), the PDA is outlined here in this angiogram image...

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Bella back home safe and sound…

15 April 2016

Willows were recently delighted to be able to reunite little Bella with her very worried owners after she had managed to escape from home...

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Carlos enjoying the gift of sight!

13 April 2016

During December we told you the story of Carlos, a beautiful young dog, who was referred to us with a severe eye problem...

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The Easter Bunnies Visit Willows for a Charitable Donation

8 April 2016

Willows were delighted to bunny hop to the chance of assisting Solihull Randstad in collecting Easter eggs to be donated to children’s charities over the Easter period...

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It’s all in the name!

6 April 2016

From Aleksandr Orlov the Meerkat to Vinnie the Panda, to Churchill the nodding dog - many organisations and brands have an animal as their mascot...

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A new member for our Neurology Team

1 April 2016

We are delighted to welcome Alex Hamilton MA VetMB MACVS (Small Animal Surgery) MRCVS to our Neurology Team...

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We are delighted to announce a new member of the Soft Tissue Surgery team!

30 March 2016

We are delighted to welcome Vincent Guerin DVM MVetMed DipECVS, European Specialist in Small Animal Surgery to our soft tissue team...

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The Easter Bunny!

25 March 2016

A figure from folklore and a symbol of Easter, the Easter bunny is usually depicted as a rabbit bringing Easter eggs. There are many different stories about how the Easter Bunny came about, one of which is that the Easter Bunny first arrived in America in the 1700s with German Lutherans who settled in Pennsylvania, and took with them their tradition of an ‘egg-laying hare’ called Osterhase or Oschter Haws.

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Canine Babesiosis

23 March 2016

Babesiosis is caused by infection with a microscopic organism called Babesia which infects red blood cells causing anaemia, fever and splenic enlargement. There are a number of different species worldwide with Babesia Canis Canis being the most common in Europe and this is spread by tick bites by the species of tick called Dermacentor Reticulates. Until recently Babesia hadn’t been reported in the UK in dogs which hadn’t travelled abroad, however recently cases have been identified in dogs in Essex that haven’t travelled. Naïve ticks, which don’t carry the infection can become infected by biting a dog that has Babesiosis. Further transmission of the infection within the tick population can occur to eggs in the female tick’s reproductive tract resulting in infection of offspring.

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Crufts 2016

18 March 2016

Last weekend saw the 125th anniversary of Crufts at the NEC Birmingham. Crufts is one of the largest dog events in the world, celebrating dogs of all breeds...

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A lower league injury...

16 March 2016

Leo, a 9 year old greyhound, had an unfortunate incident recently when he managed to run into a goalpost in his local park at full speed! ...

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Microchipping – a new legal requirement for dogs!

11 March 2016

Until now, microchipping has been advisable although not an essential part of dog (and other pet) ownership; a cheap and easy means of ensuring that should your dog go missing, you could be quickly reunited. Around 58% of dogs in England are currently chipped...

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It’s all in the name!

9 March 2016

There are so many dog breeds registered with the Kennel Club, and you may have seen our recent features about some of these. Obviously some breeds are more well-known than others, some have very vague history, shrouded in mystery, whilst some have well-documented origins...

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It’s all in the name!

4 March 2016

Following on with the theme of how some dog breed names came about, this week we look at four more breeds - all of which have been around for centuries...

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Bailey breathes a sigh of relief!

2 March 2016

Bailey, an adorable English Bulldog, was referred to Willows to see our Specialist Soft Tissue Surgeon Chris Shales. Bailey’s owners were very worried about him as he was frequently regurgitating foam from his mouth and he was very unsettled and not able to rest at night...

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A chew too far for Teddy!

26 February 2016

Teddy an adorable young Cockapoo got himself in to a spot of bother recently. His inquisitive nose got the better of him and he was found eating his owner’s medicated cream for psoriasis.

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International Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day

23 February 2016

What a fantastic day for our canine friends – surely their favourite day of the year? ...

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It’s all in the name!

19 February 2016

Over the past few weeks we have been looking at some of the more popular breed names - and here are a few more that you may find interesting...

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Winter has finally arrived...

17 February 2016

Winter has finally arrived and the cold snap has seen the arrival of 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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Update on Mila

17 February 2016

Over the weekend, you may have been following a local and national news story regarding lovely Mila. Mila was injured during a burglary at her home and was found cowering under a bush in the garden and unable to walk. Mila was referred to Willows for treatment by our Specialist Neurology team...

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Care of your senior cat...

12 February 2016

With the shorter days and cats spending more of their time indoors, the winter is a good time to spot subtle changes in their habits and behaviour which may not have been obvious before. Keeping an eye on your cat, especially your older cat, may give you clues if anything is not quite right.

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Rogue’s Mystery Solved

10 February 2016

At the end of last year a beautiful cat, Rogue, was referred to see Isuru Gajanayake, Medicine Specialist, here at Willows. Rogue had been on her adventures outdoors and when she returned home she was wheezing. Understandably worried, her owners took her to their own veterinary surgeon to be examined…

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Double Trouble for Dave!

5 February 2016

Poor Dave has had not one but two recent visits to see orthopaedic Specialist Scott Rutherford. Some time ago poor Dave became lame on his right hind leg and after being examined by his own veterinary surgeon he was found to have a condition called slipped capital physeal separation...

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It’s all in the name!

3 February 2016

Following on with the theme of how some dog breed names came about, this week we look at three more breeds - all of which have been around for centuries...

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Bonnie’s story

29 January 2016

Bonnie a lovely 9 month old Boxer dog was presented to Willows in October with a very dramatic skin problem. It had all started 4 days earlier, when her owners had returned home to find large lumps all over her body...

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It’s all in the name!

27 January 2016

There are many dog breeds registered with the Kennel Club, but have you ever wondered where these breed names originate? Here is a guide to a few of the more popular breed names. We will update you with more fun name facts over the coming weeks, so keep following and don’t forget to post a photo of your dog on our Facebook page in the comments, let’s celebrate all our wonderful canine friends out there!

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