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    ABOUT KAT MOZDZYNSKI RVN MBVNA

    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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    Help with Badger survey required

    Posted in Farm Animal on by Kat Mozdzynski

    Nottingham University are undertaking a survey of road kill badgers to try to establish the extent of TB in wildlife in Northamptonshire. We are asking for your help to submit badgers from Northamptonshire to the study. If you think you can help, please collect … Continue reading

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    Gizmo the Cockatoo with the swollen leg!

    Posted in Small Animal on by Kat Mozdzynski

    Gizmo is an 8 year old Galah Cockatoo that presented to our vet Benjamin with a lame leg. He was very full of character and sass as cockatoos often are. He wasn’t familiar with the vets and thus, was a … Continue reading

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    Kat and Lisa get Muddy for Charity!

    Posted in Small Animal on by Kat Mozdzynski

    Two of our team and their dogs undertook the Muddy Dog Challenge at the weekend to raise money for Battersea Dogs Home. This is the UK’s first obstacle course where you can compete in obstacle runs with your dog whilst … Continue reading

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    Diesels Splenic Rupture Emergency

    Posted in Small Animal on by Kat Mozdzynski

    Diesel was a lively 8 year old Siberian husky who loved life! After some gradual weight loss, it got to one weekend and his family noticed there was something strange! He wasn’t interested in his food (which wasn’t like Diesel … Continue reading

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    BVD Free Reaches 1000 Herd Landmark!

    Posted in Farm Animal on by Kat Mozdzynski

    The BVDFree England scheme reached a significant milestone this week, with 1,000 herds now registered to take part in the nationwide eradication scheme and we are extremely proud that 50 of those farms are ours. In total 25,000 individual animal … Continue reading

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    UPCOMING TALK – SHOULD I?…WHY DO I?…WHEN DO I? NEUTER MY DOGS

    Posted in Uncategorized on by Kat Mozdzynski

    Yes it is back by popular demand! Neutering..Should I…When Do I… Why Do I??? With so much information on the internet these days, it is confusing as to when and why to neuter our canine companions. Why not join us … Continue reading

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    The Outbreak of Alabama Rot! What you need to know….

    Posted in Small Animal on by Kat Mozdzynski

    With much in the news recently about the current outbreak of Alabama Rot we have put some information together about what the disease actually is, what the warning signs are and how to find suspected hot spots in which cases have originated … Continue reading

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    Camelid Blood Drive – to help sick crias

    Posted in Farm Animal on by Kat Mozdzynski

    Camelid owners and breeders are invited to attend our next Camelid Blood Drive on Wednesday 22nd February 2017 at Towcester Veterinary Centre’s Equine Clinic, Plum Park Farm.  If you’re wondering what a Camelid Blood Drive is and why we do … Continue reading

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    Keep your birds safe from Bird Flu!

    Posted in Farm Animal, Small Animal on by Kat Mozdzynski

    The Government has issued a helpful fact sheet to help keep your backyard poultry safe from Bird Flu (otherwise known as Avian Influenza). Avian Influenza is a disease that affects all types of poultry including chickens, ducks and geese. A … Continue reading

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    Pets could help to reduce NHS costs by nearly 2.45 billion!

    Posted in Small Animal on by Kat Mozdzynski

    The benefits of pet ownership on human health may help the NHS reduce costs by nearly £2.45 billion – and vets should be praised for playing their part by keeping the nation’s animals healthy, according to a report. The report … Continue reading

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