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A Willows' Christmas Message

25 December 2015

A Willows' Christmas Message 

It's been a busy and productive year, with many of your lovely pets challenging our Specialists - Poppy, Tucker, Millen, Topsy, Bob, Maggie, Freya, Clio, Bullett, Carlos, Romeo - you know who you are - and so many more besides! Issues such as Giant Hogweed, blue/green algae and Alabama Rot have all received a lot of media attention this year, and we have tried to ensure that you are up to date with tips and advice in case you come across these issues.

We have continued to support the UK charity, Love Underdogs throughout 2015, providing food, dog beds, collars etc and medical support (you may recall the story of Daisy with the fractured tibia), our Willows Wheelers have raised lots of money for Marie Curie, Chica and Saree (who belong to one of our vets) broke a Guinness World Record by taking part in the world's largest ever dog walk and our dog blood donor sessions (in conjunction with Pet Blood Bank UK) have gone from strength to strength, with a fantastic number of hero doggy donors giving blood to help dogs with life-threatening and complex illnesses.

With the launch of our Dermatology Service in March and our new Cardiology Service in October, our team has expanded rapidly during the year, and our Specialist vets are amongst some of the world's most experienced and respected working in their fields and have the support of an outstanding team of veterinary nurses and veterinary nurse assistants.

As 2015 draws to a close, many of the team have been getting into the festive spirit, raising money for charity by holding a Christmas bake-off and a Christmas Jumper Day - we will report on how much we raised and which charities will benefit in the New Year, but in the meantime, the entire team at Willows would like to thank you all, and wish you a very merry Christmas and a happy and healthy New Year.