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    Autumn Alerts!

    Posted in Small Animal on by Kathryn Mozdzynski

      Summer is sadly over! The weather is cooling and the nights are drawing in. It is time to hunker down and light the fire. However, it is not the time to take your eye off the ball with our … Continue reading

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    Towcester Farms Vets Wins BVD Free Practice of the Year!

    Posted in Farm Animal on by Kathryn Mozdzynski

    We are extremely delighted to have been awarded BVDFree Vet Practice of the Year which recognises all the hard work our vets and farmers have put into supporting the national campaign to eradicate BVD from cattle herds! Nikki collected the award on … Continue reading

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    New Small Animal Vet Needed to Join Our Team

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    Could you be our new small animal vet? Our dynamic and friendly team is expanding and we need you to join us! We are currently 7 small animal clinicians within a progressive and independent mixed practice in rural Northamptonshire. As an … Continue reading

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    Macmillan Coffee Morning 2017

    Posted in Equine, Horses on by Abii Dowdy A massive thank you to everybody that came to our Macmillan Coffee Morning on Friday 29th September. Not only did we have lots of delicious cake and snacks baked by staff and clients, we also raised over £500 with the … Continue reading
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    Bauer’s Warning of Toxic Blue-Green Algae

    Posted in Small Animal on by Kathryn Mozdzynski

    On Wednesday afternoon we received a call from Bauer’s owner who was extremely worried. Bauer the 3 year old black Labrador had been out in Daventry Country Park having fun, playing and in all the excitement, jumped into the water for … Continue reading

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    Posted in Equine, Horses on by Abii Dowdy In April Burt came in from the paddock very lame, with a wound to the outside aspect of the top of his left hind cannon. Burt was attended by one of our vets and he was sedated to allow exploration … Continue reading
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    Casper the Friendly Goat Survives Attack!

    Posted in Farm Animal on by Kathryn Mozdzynski

    This year’s bravery award must go to Casper the pygmy goat! Poor Casper and his friends were attacked by a dog on the family farm in May this year. Whereas everyone else came away with only a few scrapes, Casper … Continue reading

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    Sheep Lameness Workshop – Lesion Recognition, Treatment and Control

    Posted in Farm Animal on by Kathryn Mozdzynski

    Towcester Vets alongside MSD Animal Health would like to invite you all to a Workshop on Sheep Lameness. It will cover lesion recognition, treatment and control. It will be held on Monday 18th September 2017 from 2-5pm by kind permission … Continue reading

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    Receptionist Needed to Join Our Team

    Posted in Farm Animal, Small Animal, Surgical on by Kathryn Mozdzynski

    An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic individual to join our established friendly team of veterinary receptionists at the Burcote Road surgery.  The ideal candidate will be confident,  work at a fast pace and be prepared to take part in administration … Continue reading

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    Nail in the foot

    Posted in Equine, Horses on by Abii Dowdy In July, Danta came in from the field non-weight bearing on his left hindlimb. On inspection, his owner found an object penetrating his solar surface. His owner left the object in place due to the unknown position of the object … Continue reading
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    HOW DOES A LAMENESS WORKUP WORK??!!

    Posted in Equine, Horses on by Abii Dowdy Last week on Facebook we asked our followers what is wrong with the above image? We received lots of responses so our vet Andy thought we should give you an explanation as to how a lameness workup is completed and … Continue reading
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