Vet case studies

A pain in the grass

Midge* is a Cockerpoo and he excels at it. A little while ago, Midge had a sore foot. It was his right hind foot and it had been sore for ages. A lump had popped up between his third and fourth toe so he had been to see the vet. He'd had some antibiotics and...

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Nom nom nom

Gnasher* is a plucky little French Bulldog puppy. She loves chow. Loves to chew. Loves chews!  Nothing escapes Gnasher's jaws. She nom'd it all down, no trouble. Except, she'd not felt quite right after eating that milk bone. Not right at all!!Gnasher presented to her...

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A Brief Encounter

Audrie* is a very cute French Bulldog puppy. She is bright and bouncy and always happy to meet new people. She has a healthy appetite and her inquisitive nature means she is always keen to try new things. However, Audrie's gastronomic adventures very...

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Near miss for Bailey after a family BBQ

The imaging and surgical team at London Vet Specialists worked together last month to perform emergency surgery in a 1-year old Cocker Spaniel – and the results were far from appetizing!Bailey presented to London Vet Specialists several days after eating a...

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Minky: Hepatocellular Carcinoma

Minky, a 13y 9m old female neutered Jack Russel terrier, had experienced intermittent bloating over five weeks with occasional vomiting and one episode of dyspnea. She responded well to supportive medications, but the episodes of bloating recurred. Initially,...

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Sid: Survives mesenteric torsion, massive small intestinal resection, systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS), reperfusion injury, cardiac dysrhythmia and severe hypoalbuminaemia

Specialist: Dr Adam Mugford BVetMed MVetMed DACVECC MRCVS, Board-Certified Emergency and Critical Care Specialist A 2 year old male boxer, Sid presented with an 11 hour history of acute weakness and failing to respond to initial fluid therapy. An abdominal radiograph...

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