Posts By: Ian Stroud

Big Bear Award – Bubble

Bubble’s Story Bubble is a gorgeous 5yr old black and white domestic short haired cat, who has been extremely brave over the past few months throughout lots of treatment and surgery at the clinic. He has a history of cystitis and was brought to see our vets at the Surbiton clinic back in December, as… Read more »

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Our Teddington refurb

Our Teddington practice might look a little different next time you pop in! Our inspiration for our reception refit was to make it the very best place for you and your pet. We know that our pets love to be outside, as do you, which is why we have brought the outside in and made… Read more »

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Big Bear Award – Fudge

Fudge’s Story On the 21st of November 2016, little Fudge the cat, was found between two parked cars. She was soaked through to the skin, freezing cold and she wasn’t weight bearing on her back leg. Her owner had noticed some blood and thought maybe she may had been hit by a car so she… Read more »

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Big Bear Award – Jake Allen

Jake’s Story This month our Big Bear award goes to Jake. Jake is a 6 and a half year old dwarf lop rabbit. This is picture of him relaxing at home. Poor Jake has a history of bad dentition (teeth) which can be a common problem in rabbits. We initially saw Jake for a second opinion… Read more »

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Big Bear Award – Sacha

Sacha has been known by everyone at the clinic for many years as a very special girl after she tore her Achilles tendon and needed an operation. The recovery after such an injury can be very prolonged but she was extremely brave and the leg healed beautifully. Six weeks ago she came in because she… Read more »

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Rabbit disease Myxomatosis in Bushy Park

Myxomatosis is sometimes know as Myxi or Myxo which arrived in the UK in the 1950s and decimated the wild population of rabbits. It is still deadly and all rabbits, even indoor rabbits are at risk. A rabbit suffering from Myxi was recently seen in Bushy Park. Please ensure your rabbit’s vaccinations are up to date!… Read more »

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Microchipping becomes compulsory from 6 April 2016

Today is the day that it becomes a legal requirement for all dogs to be microchipped and contact details registered with a government compliant database. Plus – after today – all puppies must be microchipped by the time they are 8 weeks old. Any changes to your details for a pet with an existing microchip, such as address,… Read more »

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Lyme Disease is on rise – advice for pet owners

There is an increase of Lyme disease-carrying in ticks (Ixodes) in the UK with more cases being reported in people and pets. This information can help to raise awareness of this disease and can help you to take measures to prevent your dog catching it. What is Lyme Disease? If a tick bites your pet and… Read more »

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