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    Kat Mozdzynski


    Kat has been nursing for 12 years and joined the team at Towcester Vets back in 2013. She enjoys all aspects of nursing and specialises in clinical work and acupuncture.

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    Alabama Rot! What you need to know….

    Posted in Small Animal on by Kat Mozdzynski

    We are aware of a post on social media claiming that there has been a confirmed case of Alabama Rot in Stoke Bruerne. This, however, to our knowledge is not the case. The patient in question was treated at Davies … Continue reading

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    Optimise your pets Health and Wellbeing at this free event!

    Posted in Uncategorized on by Kat Mozdzynski

    Do you know how much your dog weighs? Is he/she a healthy weight? Would you like to learn ways to keep your dog mentally and physically healthy? We have teamed up with Laura Wyllie Dog Training, Jackador and Active Pet … Continue reading


    Free uploads for Farmers to BVDFree database

    Posted in Farm Animal on by Kat Mozdzynski

    English beef and dairy farmers can have their Bovine Viral Diarrhoea (BVD) test results uploaded to the national BVDFree database without charge until the end of March*. The offer is open to all farmers who are registered with the BVDFree … Continue reading

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    We are Supporting the #Breed to Breathe Campaign!

    Posted in Small Animal on by Kat Mozdzynski

    The British Veterinary association is campaigning to raise awareness of the problems brachycephalic or snort nosed dog breeds face as a result of their breeding. Brachycephalic breeds have a short or compressed skull shape, giving them a flat faced look. … Continue reading

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    Bird Flu Detected in Wild Birds in Warwickshire

    Posted in Farm Animal on by Kat Mozdzynski

    Highly pathogenic H5N6 bird flu has been detected in wild birds in Warwickshire. This is the second confirmed finding of the virus in the UK this winter, following the finding in Dorset earlier this month (January 2018). Tests have shown … Continue reading

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    Successful Digit Amputation for Lame Cow!

    Posted in Farm Animal on by Kat Mozdzynski

    This unfortunate lady had been lame for a few weeks and although her foot had been checked and trimmed to try and correct any problems, she hadn’t improved. When her foot was next examined it was found that the horn … Continue reading

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    Throwing Sticks for your Dog….A potentially dangerous playtime!

    Posted in Small Animal on by Kat Mozdzynski

    There has been a national campaign recently warning dog owners about the dangers of throwing sticks for their pets to fetch after a reported rise in life-threatening injuries. We have seen numerous cases over the years from pieces of wood … Continue reading

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    Tackling the Broken Tackle!

    Posted in Small Animal on by Kat Mozdzynski

    Men, it is time to cross your legs and feel very sorry for this chap called Charlie, a 5 year old working Labrador retriever who had a very unfortunate accident. Charlie presented to us one afternoon with an inability to … Continue reading


    Successful First On Farm Meeting For Towcester Vets

    Posted in Farm Animal on by Kat Mozdzynski

    Towcester Farm Vets were delighted with their first on-farm meeting held in September this year. Hosted by kind permission of George Mayo at Handley Barn, the topic for discussion was ‘Sheep Lameness – Lesion Recognition, Treatment and Control’. The afternoon … Continue reading


    Antimicrobial Resistance Data….What is your usage on Farm?

    Posted in Farm Animal on by Kat Mozdzynski

    The use of antimicrobials, or antibiotics as they are more commonly known, in farming is getting increasing amounts of government and main stream media attention. This is because certain drug classes that we use within farm animal production are also … Continue reading

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