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  • Vets in Ryde - Pet Doctors
    called hypothyroidism which is a disorder in which the body s thyroid gland does not produce enough thyroid hormone to maintain the correct metabolic rate Dogs with low levels of the thyroid hormone hypothyroidism experience symptoms such as lethargy weight gain dry scurfy skin and hair loss The condition is typically diagnosed with a blood test but due to Duke unusual symptoms he was sent to a referral hospital in Woking where he had further tests that confirmed he had an enlarged prostate gland which may have contributed towards his urinary problems as well as his hypothyroid condition Currently Duke s problems are being well managed by medication and he is doing well Back to the latest news from Pet Doctors in Ryde Ryde Pet Doctors in Ryde Find out more about our clinic Latest news Gallery Register your pet with us Opening Hours Monday 8 30 am 6 30 pm Tuesday 8 30 am 6 30 pm Wednesday 8 30 am 6 30 pm Thursday 8 30 am 6 30 pm Friday 8 30 am 6 30 pm Saturday 9 00 am 12 00 pm Sunday Closed Consultations by appointment only Contact Us Address Spencer Road Ryde Isle of

    Original URL path: http://www.petdoctors.co.uk/clinic/ryde/news/338-our-latest-braveheart-of-the-month-duke/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Vets in Guildford - Pet Doctors
    and remove the lump for biopsy The lump was also increasing in size so would definitely need removing Priya performed the operation and removed as much of the mass as possible which was difficult as it was firmly attached to some of the muscle in Fella s leg The lump was sent off and unfortunately it was a Fibrosarcoma which is very invasive tumour This meant that further action needed to be taken After much discussion and debate the difficult decision was reached that the best option for Fella was to amputate his hind leg in an attempt to remove the tumour completely Before this was done Fella needed more x rays and an ultra sound to check that there were no more lumps present internally Everything appeared normal and so Fella was booked in for his operation On the 20 th June Fella had his leg amputated at the thigh and he was allowed home that night as it was agreed that he would be more comfortable there The first night was difficult for Fella his wound wouldn t stop bleeding Mr and Mrs Barnes phoned Jane from the Celia Cross Greyhound Rescue where Fella had been re homed from Jane had been kept up to date with Fella s progress and had been just as concerned as Fella s owners she had also been an invaluable support to them in making the decision based on her knowledge on other Greyhounds who had had their legs amputated and coped well Jane came out to see Fella and spent the evening helping to clean and dress his wound The next morning Fella was brought back to the practice and was hospitalised for the day so that we could monitor his wound Despite his dislike for being at the vets Fella was so good he lay still on the table while Priya examined and re dressed his wound His leg was very bruised and yet he did not flinch or make a sound he lay there and accepted his treatment with his head resting on a pillow of hands and was hand fed pieces of chicken from Priya s lunch The next few days were a challenge as Fella was up and down in his recovery There was a lot of bruising and the wound continued to weep but after a week the wound was looking much better and Fella was learning to adapt Mr And Mrs Barnes were having to take him for a pretend walk up the road before they could take out their other dog Milly as Fella was getting a little forlorn at being left behind He had a little wander up the road and then back for a Schmacko to make him think he had had an outing After three weeks all of the staples were removed and he is allowed to start building up his exercise He is coping amazingly well and everyone involved is so proud of how brave he is Back to the

    Original URL path: http://www.petdoctors.co.uk/clinic/guildford/news/331-331-fella-is-our-latest-braveheart-read-his-story/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Vets in Seaford - Pet Doctors
    s has decided to retire after 19 years as part of Pet Doctors For those who dont know Mo worked on reception monday s and tuesday s and retired as of 26th May 2015 Mo enjoyed her send off with a gathering of staff for Gemma s returning to the team May 29 2015 Gemma was orginally part of the nursing team before she went on maternity leave in June 2014 to have her baby girl Gracie It s now time for Gemma to return to the fold as part of our reception team working part time She will be working monday and tuesdays as of June 1st 2015 Please join us Petplan Veterinary Awards Nominations Dec 22 2014 Petplan Veterinary Awards Nominations time again Petplan Veterinary Awards are where clients can nominate veterinary staff in recognition of the hard work in the veterinary industry and a way of saying thank you When a nomination is made we can be in with a chance of being short Karen Scott nominated for Pet Plan Vet of the year Twice Apr 19 2012 Every year Petplan pet insurance company in assocaition with the Veterinary Times runs an award ceremony where Veterinary practices Vets and Nurses get nominated by their peers or members of the public The event is held at the annual veterinary congress BSAVA which is in Birmigham every Seaford Pet Doctors in Seaford Find out more about our clinic Latest news Gallery Register your pet with us Opening Hours Monday 8 00 am 7 00 pm Tuesday 8 00 am 7 00 pm Wednesday 8 00 am 7 00 pm Thursday 8 00 am 7 00 pm Friday 8 00 am 7 00 pm Saturday 1 30 pm 3 30 pm Sunday Closed Consultations by appointment only Contact Us Address

    Original URL path: http://www.petdoctors.co.uk/clinic/seaford/news/316-bailey-makes-it-as-braveheart-on-the-month/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Vets in Newport - Pet Doctors
    out more about our clinic Latest news Gallery Register your pet with us Opening Hours Monday 8 30 am 6 30 pm Tuesday 8 30 am 6 30 pm Wednesday 8 30 am 6 30 pm Thursday 8 30 am 6 30 pm Friday 8 30 am 6 30 pm Saturday 9 00 am 5 00 pm Sunday Emergencies Consultations by appointment only Contact Us Address Pet Doctors Animal Hospital 2 Bishops Way Newport Isle of Wight PO30 5WT Phone 01983 522 804 Fax 01983 533 242 Email Free parking is available Out of Hours Address The hospital at Newport provides 24 hour cover 365 days a year for our clients If you have an EMERGENCY OR NEED URGENT ADVICE first telephone the Newport hospital You will hear a recorded message which will give you the telephone number of the duty vet Night and weekend emergencies are seen by special appointment at Newport In all cases you must telephone first to ensure the duty vet will be there for you Phone 01983 522804 Find Us Loading Map Like Pet Doctors on Facebook Daily Top Tips for Pet Care on Twitter About Us Pet Advice Find A Vet Register Your Pet

    Original URL path: http://www.petdoctors.co.uk/clinic/newport/news/308-308-308-ellie-is-the-latest-pet-to-be-awarded-the-pet-doctors-brave-heart/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Vets in Guildford - Pet Doctors
    3rd February 2016 Good luck Helen with your second baby Pet Plan Veterinary Awards 2016 Dec 22 2015 We are happy to announce that Guildford Pet Doctors have been nominated again for Vet Practice of the year for 2016 Petplan Veterinary Awards Pet Plan Veterinary Awards 2016 are now open Sep 30 2015 Petplan Veterinary Awards 2016 Petplan has worked closely with the veterinary profession for over 39 years and sees first hand each day the fantastic work that goes on in veterinary practices across the UK We recognise that keeping customers happy and pets healthy is a team effort from Our opening hours We are open 7 days a week also we have an out of hours Jul 27 2015 OUR OPENING TIMES Monday Friday 8 00 am 7 00 pmSaturday and Sunday 8 30 am 6 00 pm Consultations by appointment onlyMonday Friday 9 00 am 12 pm and 4 00 pm 7 00 pm Saturday and Sunday 9 00 am 12 00pm and 3 30 pm 5 30 pm GUILDFORD OUT OF HOURS Pet Doctors Guildford are Previous 1 2 3 4 Next Guildford Pet Doctors in Guildford Find out more about our clinic Latest news Gallery Register your pet with us Opening Hours Monday 8 00 am 7 00 pm Tuesday 8 00 am 7 00 pm Wednesday 8 00 am 7 00 pm Thursday 8 00 am 7 00 pm Friday 8 00 am 7 00 pm Saturday 8 30 am 6 00 pm Sunday 8 30 am 6 00 pm Consultations by appointment only Contact Us Address 81 Epsom Road Guildford Surrey GU1 3PA Phone 01483 566322 Fax 01483 304317 Email Free parking is available Out of Hours Address OUR OUT OF HOURS IS HERE UNTIL 12 00am FOR EMERGENCIES 7 DAYS A WEEK

    Original URL path: http://www.petdoctors.co.uk/clinic/guildford/news/273-273-273-cosmo-and-comet-our-may-bravehearts/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Vets in Fetcham - Pet Doctors
    which is a deficiency in adrenocortical hormone secretion It causes blood electrolyte disturbances and treatment has to be carefully adjusted to stabilise her blood to the normal range Cleo has had to have many blood tests during this stabilisation period and has been so patient and brave We are pleased to report that Cleo is doing very well on her treatment though she will now need to take tablets ongoingly Her prognosis is good and her dedicated owners are pleased to see her returning to her usual hobbies which include hunting mice Back to the latest news from Pet Doctors in Fetcham Fetcham Pet Doctors in Fetcham Find out more about our clinic Latest news Gallery Register your pet with us Opening Hours Monday 8 30 am 7 00 pm Tuesday 8 30 am 7 00 pm Wednesday 8 30 am 7 00 pm Thursday 8 30 am 7 00 pm Friday 8 30 am 7 00 pm Saturday 3 30 pm 5 30 pm Sunday Closed Consultations by appointment only Contact Us Address 145 Cobham Road Fetcham Surrey KT22 9HX Phone 01372 379 636 Fax 01372 375 055 Email Free parking is available Out of Hours Address Vets Now

    Original URL path: http://www.petdoctors.co.uk/clinic/fetcham/news/235-235-cleo-braveheart-of-the-month/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Vets in Shalford - Pet Doctors
    3 days later Saxon was back in as he had stopped passing urine properly again It was decided to send him to a referral centre to examine him further as the urine results were inconclusive A sample of his prostate was sampled and sent off The results came back as prostate cancer It was a devastating time for both Saxon s mum and for us however Saxon was still happy in himself so it was decided to treat him symptomatically for as long as possible For a month Saxon was urinating normally and then he started to have trouble again so we had him in and catheterised him consciously He was a complete super star He didnt make any fuss whatsoever even wagging his tail through out the procedure After a few gravy bones he was sent on his way The next day he was back again so we repeated the procedure and once again Saxon was extremely well behaved although he did knock over his urine dish at one point all over our nurse but Saxon and the nurse took it with good humour Throughout March Saxon was coming in more and more frequently and the times in between his visits were getting shorter We knew his time was running out The last time Saxon came in he was looking more uncomfortable than usual and although the tail was still wagging we knew that the time had come Saxon s mum said goodbye and after lots of gravy bones and cuddles we helped the brave soldier end his fight We d like to give our appreciation to Saxon s mum for letting us tell you his story RIP Saxon Back to the latest news from Pet Doctors in Shalford Shalford Pet Doctors in Shalford Find out more about our

    Original URL path: http://www.petdoctors.co.uk/clinic/shalford/news/222-our-april-braveheart-saxon/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Vets in Ryde - Pet Doctors
    without as adequate supply of blood to the tissues After lengthy treatment with various medications and regular blood tests at first having blood tests once a week for the first two months of treatment and now once a month We feel Pebbles is a very deserving Braveheart patient She is so good every time she comes in to see us and takes everything in her stride We are so pleased to see Pebbles now making a good recovery from her condition Back to the latest news from Pet Doctors in Ryde Ryde Pet Doctors in Ryde Find out more about our clinic Latest news Gallery Register your pet with us Opening Hours Monday 8 30 am 6 30 pm Tuesday 8 30 am 6 30 pm Wednesday 8 30 am 6 30 pm Thursday 8 30 am 6 30 pm Friday 8 30 am 6 30 pm Saturday 9 00 am 12 00 pm Sunday Closed Consultations by appointment only Contact Us Address Spencer Road Ryde Isle of Wight PO33 2NU Phone 01983 562 878 Email Free parking is available Out of Hours Address Seen by appointment at our Animal Hospital in Newport Pet Doctors Animal Hospital 2 Bishops Way

    Original URL path: http://www.petdoctors.co.uk/clinic/ryde/news/239-pebbles-our-first-braveheart/ (2016-02-08)
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