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Pet Blood Bank Appeal
Could your dog be a lifesaving hero just like Hugo?

23 April 2017

This is Hugo looking very proud with primary Vet Sam after his recent blood donation for the Pet Blood Bank. Hugo belongs to our Anaesthesia Intern Victoria Phillips here at Willows and Hugo was very happy to help his canine friends by donating blood...

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Willows Hops to it for Charity!

19 April 2017

After the great success and generosity of all the staff last year, Willows were delighted to hop to the chance once again in assisting Solihull Randstad with collecting Easter eggs to be donated to children’s charities over the Easter period...

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Keeping Your Pets Safe Over Easter

14 April 2017

The Easter break can be a great time for family fun and of course a traditional Easter Egg hunt. Whilst this is a great time to have some fun, we must take care of our pets and avoid any hazards to your pet this Easter...

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The Votes Are In!

12 April 2017

As part of Willows commitment to charity, each quarter we donate £1,000 to good causes. Over the past few months, our clients have been given a token when they visited the practice and asked to vote for one of our three chosen charities; Guide Dogs, Pet Blood Bank and Cramar Cat Sanctuary...

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The Last String for Tiddles!

9 April 2017

Tiddles is a lovely young cat who is very curious and loves to play with string. However this recently got her into a spot of bother and Tiddles had to pay a visit to her vet, following 4 days of vomiting and fever, a very painful abdomen and she was refusing to eat...

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It’s National Pet Month - 1st April – 1st May 2017

5 April 2017

Now in its 27th year, National Pet Month takes place annually during the month of April to raise awareness of responsible pet ownership and to celebrate the benefits that pet ownership brings to us all...

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Come and join us for a Purr-fect day of CPD

2 April 2017

We are inviting all of our veterinary nursing colleagues to come and join us on Wednesday 17th May for a full day of feline friendly nursing CPD...

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Greetings from Rome!

29 March 2017

Jude Levai was our lucky competition winner at BSAVA 2016, completing our laparoscopy training game using the equipment which is used at Willows for performing keyhole surgery, in the fastest time of just 22 seconds! On winning the competition Jude was presented with £1,000 of holiday vouchers...

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Emily takes a walk on the wild side!

26 March 2017

Emily is one of our surgical ward nurses here at Willows and she has recently embarked on a trip of a lifetime to work at a wildlife orphanage in southern Africa...

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Willows welcomes Luis to the diagnostic imaging team!

22 March 2017

We are delighted to welcome to Luis Mesquita to the diagnostic imaging team at Willows...

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Advice on Thiamine deficiency in cats, after recall of some food products.

19 March 2017

You may already be aware of a recent recall of some cat food products which may potentially be linked to Thiamine deficiency...

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We are delighted to announce new members of our Anaesthesia team!

15 March 2017

Willows are delighted to welcome Alistair Mair and Aurora Zoff to our Anaesthesia team...

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Feline Specialist Status for our Special(ist) Vet Steph!

12 March 2017

Willows are delighted to announce that Stephanie Lalor, RCVS and European Specialist in Internal Medicine, has recently been awarded RCVS Specialist status in Feline Medicine. We are thrilled that Stephanie has been credited with the recognition she deserves...

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Can you guess the breed?

8 March 2017

Can you guess the breed of this beautiful cat? ...

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Keep safe during lambing season

5 March 2017

Lambing season is now underway and as spring approaches, more dog owners will be heading for the countryside to exercise their pets. During this time, it’s important to remember the dangers associated with sheep worrying...

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The Votes Are In!

1 March 2017

A big thank you to all of you that nominated Willows and our team for the Pet Plan Awards! ...

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Thumper Hops to it Again!

26 February 2017

Just over a year ago Thumper the rabbit was referred to Willows after an unfortunate accident. Thumper got his right fore leg trapped in a heavy door which resulted in him fracturing two of the bones in his front leg (radius and ulna)...

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Molly’s Broken Heart Healed on Valentine’s Day

22 February 2017

Fun Loving Molly, a five year old terrier cross, had a pacemaker fitted at Willows on February 14th after being diagnosed with third degree heart block, a condition which meant her heart was beating dangerously slowly...

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New Nutrition Service for Willows

15 February 2017

Willows is delighted to announce our new Nutrition service. Nutrition plays a vital role in the prevention, treatment and recovery of dogs and cats from various illnesses...

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A Happy Ending for Harry!

12 February 2017

Harry is a three year old Springer Spaniel who presented to the Soft Tissue Service at Willows back in October because he had been coughing for 2 months. He also had difficulty breathing and was not able to enjoy his long walks anymore. He felt better with the antibiotics prescribed by his usual vet, but his symptoms reoccurred as soon as they were stopped...

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February is National Pet Dental Health Month

8 February 2017

This is a great opportunity for us to remind you why it is so important to look after your pet’s teeth! ...

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World Cancer Day 2017

4 February 2017

Today is World Cancer Day, an annual event which sees the world unite to raise awareness and stand up to Cancer. Unfortunately, cancer is all too common in our pets and will affect around one quarter to one third of our faithful friends...

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A Sticky Situation for Beau!

1 February 2017

Just recently beautiful Beau got himself into a sticky situation whilst out enjoying a walk in the woods...

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The Adventures of Floyd!

29 January 2017

In April last year, we featured Floyd’s story and now would like to update you on Floyd’s latest adventures, following his heart surgery.

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Mystery Solved for Pacha

25 January 2017

Pacha, a lovely 2 year old French Bulldog, was suffering from regular vomiting episodes and also some breathing problems, which was very worrying for her owner. Pacha was referred to Willows to further investigate the reoccurring symptoms she had...

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We are delighted to announce a new member of the Orthopaedic team!

22 January 2017

We are delighted to welcome Dr Kinley Smith, MA VetMB PhD CertSAS DipECVS MRCVS, RCVS and European Specialist in Small Animal Surgery (Orthopaedics) to our orthopaedics team...

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Tiny Teddy is not so small now!

18 January 2017

Do you all remember the story of Teddy? Getting to the heart of it for Teddy! ...

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Winter has finally arrived…

13 January 2017

Winter has finally arrived and the cold snap has seen the arrival of frosty mornings, salt gritted roads and for some of us, snow! ...

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Sunny Springs Back to Action

11 January 2017

Sunny is an athletic two year old Springer Spaniel. Her favourite activity is to run through fields and brambles, like most Springer Spaniels. She first presented to Willows in September 2016 where she met Specialist in internal medicine, Isuru Gajanayake. Sunny had been unable to jump, was not interested in eating and had an intermittent fever for 2 months which was really affecting Sunny’s quality of life...

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Sheldon Climbs Snowdon!

9 January 2017

The lovely Sheldon is a miniature wire-haired Dachshund that belongs to one of our Specialist anaesthetists, Alessandra Mathis. Sheldon started limping on his left hind leg whilst he was playing ball, his lameness persisted and Alessandra brought him in to see orthopaedic Specialist Jonathan Pink...

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