Vet case studies

Mocky’s miaow makes a return

When Mocky the cat’s miaow went awry and her purring became distorted, her concerned owners knew something was wrong. Further investigations revealed the cause was a large mass which had grown under her neck and was pressing against some delicate structures. Local...

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Top cat receives top-class care

Gary, a one-year-old Abyssinian cat, is a much-loved character in the area and the undisputed leader of the felines around the neighbourhood in Hampstead. So, when he was found suffering from severe bruising along his stomach, he was quickly referred to the experts at...

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A gall-ing pain

It was a quiet Saturday morning when the owners of Little Jack, a 9-year-old Maltese, knew something was wrong. When he woke up, Little Jack let out a yelp, and seemed to be in distress. His owners rushed him to their local veterinarian who discovered that Little Jack...

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A pesky pebble

Jessica, a beautiful Egyptian Mau kitty cat, presented to the emergency vets on a Monday night. Her owner was worried as Jessica was sitting in her litter tray meowing quite loudly and unable to urinate. While male cats often develop urinary obstruction or “blocked...

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A case of faulty pipes!

Apollo is an amazing 1-year-old male neutered British Shorthair that presented to his regular veterinarian for urinary incontinence (inability to hold his urinations). Poor Apollo was getting quite uncomfortable with his constant dripping of urine and soggy bottom...

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After the bad news… the good news comes

Lola is a 13 years young adorable Labrador that came for a visit to London Vet Specialists as she was not feeling quite right. She had been having polyuria and polydipsia (increased thirst and urinations) and the owners were concerned she may have a urinary infection....

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