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Training our puppies to be social

30/07/2014 by: Dr Sam Haynes

There are many benefits to enrolling your puppy into a puppy pre-school class, as the skills they learn as puppies will be carried into adulthood, so it's important to ensure they are receiving the right training at the right time. Between the age...

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Stem Cell Therapy

28/07/2014 by: Dr Sam Haynes

  Stem cell therapy is a process whereby adult stem cells are derived from fatty tissue and injected into a degenerated joint, where the adult stem cells stimulate the bodies own repair mechanisms to heal damaged or diseases tissues.  Stem cell...

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Pet Diabetes

22/08/2013 by: Dr Sam Haynes

Diabetes mellitus  Diabetes mellitus or pet diabetes is a condition that affects both dogs and cats and is caused by one of two things; A lack of production of insulin Insulin resistance. Insulin is a hormone secreted by the pancreas that allows t...

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What is Cat Flu?

24/07/2013 by: Dr Sam Haynes

Cat flu is a term applied to infections that result in a flu like state, which is caused by feline herpes virus or feline calcivirus. Some symptoms to keep an eye out for include: Sneezing Coughing Gagging Excessive Salivation Nasal Congestion or...

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Geoffrey's Fracture Repair

20/05/2013 by: Dr Sam Haynes

Geoffrey is a 7 year old Himalayan cross who went missing for 5 days, and when he eventually returned, had suffered a severe fracture to his femur in his left hind leg. The image below shows the severity of the break. Geoffreys femur had shattered...

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