London Vet Specialists Blog

LVS exciting imaging case of the month!

Case title: “Massive” anal gland mass A 9-year-old cross breed male neutered was presented to LVS with kyphotic stance and suspected pelvic pain. On examination temperature was 39.2ºC, heart rate 124 bpm, the right popliteal lymph node was mild enlarged and firm, and...

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Why do we need to keep antibiotics working?

Antibiotic resistance occurs when bacteria mutate and adapt to reduce the effects of antibiotics. Antibiotics can also affect 'good bacteria' and cause harm. New antibiotic drugs are not easy to develop, so we need to preserve the efficiency of the drugs we have....

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Preparing your pets for firework season

Fireworks are used throughout the year to mark significant seasonal celebrations in London, including Bonfire Night, Halloween, New Year’s Eve and Diwali Whilst they are enjoyable for humans to watch, pets can often get scared of the loud bangs and bright flashes....

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