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  • Finn's Law set to become Law

      

    Sunday, 12 May 2019

    We would like to share some wonderful news with you about Finn's Law - from 8th June, the Animal Welfare Act will be amended to protect police dogs and horses whilst on duty in England and Wales.  Finn is a police dog who bravely protected his han…

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  • Oscar in the Bluebells

      

    Tuesday, 7 May 2019

    Good morning, we hope you all had an enjoyable Bank Holiday weekend.  One dog who certainly enjoyed himself is Oscar, he's a Cockerpoo - isn't this an amazing photo of him running in a bluebell wood near Buxton at the weekend! 🐾 …

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  • Pet Healthcare Plans

      

    Thursday, 2 May 2019

    We would like to let you know about our Pet Healthcare Plan. The plan is designed to cover all the routine stuff involved in pet healthcare which pet insurance doesn't cover! It's for dogs, cats and rabbits. You pay a set monthly fee by direct debit, w…

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  • Gillie - minus his Spleen!

      

    Tuesday, 30 April 2019

    When Gillie came in for a routine visit recently, vet Matt Ingram realised Gillie had a lump in his abdomen. An ultrasound scan confirmed that lump was in his spleen. We operated to remove Gillie's spleen, and we are pleased to say that Gillie has made …

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  • Ripley and Heanor Report on Dangers of Grapes

      

    Thursday, 11 April 2019

    Dax is featured in the Ripley and Heanor news this week, along with an interview given by vet Babs Ingram to the paper about the dangers of grapes to dogs. We are delighted that this will raise awareness to owners in the region.  …

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  • Mycroft and the kitchen bin...

      

    Wednesday, 10 April 2019

    This is Mycroft, who is looking very pleased with himself - he'd just had a lovely time raiding the kitchen bin and polishing off all the leftover chicken bones and other assorted things he came across!  The owner immediately brought him down to u…

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  • Endotracheal Tubes

      

    Monday, 8 April 2019

    When an animal has an anaesthetic, we place a tube into its wind pipe - this is called an Endotracheal Tube (ET tube), and we have some pictures of them here. They come in a variety of different sizes and lengths, as of course our patients can weigh les…

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