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    Camelid Blood Drive – to help sick crias

    Posted in Farm Animal on by Kathryn 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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    Coronary band foreign body

    Posted in Equine, Horses on by Abii Dowdy This blog post is one with a twist! Have a look at the following Youtube video created by Andy Hayes. Coronary Band Foreign Body
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    Keep your birds safe from Bird Flu!

    Posted in Farm Animal, Small Animal on by Kathryn 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 Kathryn 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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    Parasite Forecast January 2017

    Posted in Farm Animal on by Kathryn Mozdzynski

    This is a video of the most recent parasite forecast focusing on chronic liver fluke, worms in store lambs and mite and lice infections in cattle. Other topics covered in the disease alert include digital dermatitis and sheep abortion. If … Continue reading

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    AHDB Beef & Lamb Selection Factor!

    Posted in Farm Animal on by Kathryn Mozdzynski

    Have you got the “selection factor”? AHDB Beef & Lamb is looking to recruit a team with the “selection factor” to join its new Selection Academy. They are launching a search to find a team of trainers from the livestock … Continue reading

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    Worm Control in Sheep! January Meeting, Book your place now!

    Posted in Farm Animal on by Kathryn Mozdzynski

    We would like to invite you to the next in our series of our FREE evening meetings:  Worm Control in Sheep  To be held at: The Saracens Head, Towcester Tuesday 24th January 7pm for 7.30pm start Followed by fish and … Continue reading

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    Why should dental work be carried out regularly?

    Posted in Equine, Horses on by Abii Dowdy Why should equine dental work be carried out regularly? Below is an example of a case of dentistry that Mike, our dental vet, saw earlier this week. Here is what he found: "This horse had a 6cm periodontal pocket associated … Continue reading
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    Can you fill Mollie’s shoes

    Posted in Small Animal on by Kathryn Mozdzynski

    She’s off to follow her heart… which leaves a fantastic opportunity for an experienced small animal vet to join our expanding 7 vet team on 2 sites within an independent mixed practice in rural Northamptonshire. Excellent facilities including endoscopy, laparoscopy, extensive surgical equipment, … Continue reading

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    The Clinical Case of Finn

    Posted in Equine, Horses, Uncategorized on by Abii Dowdy Here is Finn. Finn came to us after his owner found him in the field with this nasty wound, presumed to be from a kick. She called us immediately and cold hosed it while waiting for Katharine to arrive. Once … Continue reading
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