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Pet health information

Pet health information

If your pet has a problem dealt with by one of our specialists, you may well find that the condition and/or its possible treatment is discussed in one or more of our Specialists Referral Service Pet Health Information Sheets. You can download and print these sheets – we hope that you find them helpful.  Our General Practice Service web pages also have a wide range of other pet health information sheets, as well as information sheets about looking after your pet.

Cardiology - Information Sheets

What is a heart murmur? Understanding the causes of
faints and fits in animals
Home monitoring
of heart failure
     
Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA) Balloon Catheter Dilatation of
Pulmonic Stenosis
Pacemakers for dogs
     
Pericardiectomy    
     

 

Dermatology - Information Sheets

Atopic Dermatitis Food Allergy Ear Disease (otitis)
     
Canine Flank Alopecia Canine Demodicosis Discoid Lupus Erythematosus (DLE)
     
Pemphigus Foliaceus (PF) Pododermatitis Malassezia Dermatitis
     
Cutaneous Vasculitis Skin biopsy: What is it and
what does it involve?
 

 

Internal Medicine - Information Sheets

Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Megaoesophagus Nasal Disease
     
Cushing’s Syndrome
(Hyperadrenocorticism)
Addison's Disease (Hypoadrenocoticism) Diabetes Mellitus
     
Acute Liver Failure  Chronic Liver Failure  Immune Mediated Haemolytic Anaemia (IMHA)
     
Immune-mediated polyarthritis in dogs Pancreatitis in Dogs  
     

 

Joint Replacement - Information Sheets

Total Hip Replacement Surgery Total Knee Replacement Surgery Total Elbow Replacement Surgery

 

 

Neurology - Information Sheets

Cervical Disc Disease Cervical Spondylopathy
(Wobbler Syndrome)
Thoracolumbar Disc Disease
Lumbosacral Stenosis

Atlanto-axial Subluxation

Spinal Fractures

Traumatic disc extrusion
(traumatic ‘slipped disc’)

Ischaemic myelopathy Syringomyelia
Degenerative Myelopathy    

 

Oncology (Cancer) - Information Sheets

An introduction to cancer in
cats and dogs
Chemotherapy and
your pet
Safe handling of
chemotherapy drugs at home
     
Cancer in cats and dogs:
Assessment of the patient
Cancer in cats and dogs:
Surgical therapy
Metronomic chemotherapy -
sometimes less is more
     
Malignant melanoma in dogs -
therapeutic melanoma vaccine
Anal sac tumours (carcinoma of the
apocrine glands of the anal sac)
Lymphoma in dogs:
Diagnosis and treatment
     
Canine Mast Cell Tumours Osteosarcoma Radiotherapy for
Brain Tumours
     
Soft Tissue Sarcoma in Dogs Radiotherapy in Veterinary Patients  

 

Ophthalmology - Information Sheets

‘Cherry Eye’
Recurrent Corneal Ulcers Corneal Pedicle Grafting
Corneal Sequestrum Dry Eye (Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca) Surgery for Dry Eye
Senile Endothelial Degeneration
(Corneal Oedema)
Cataract Surgery Lens Luxation
Glaucoma Sudden Acquired Retinal Degeneration Syndrome (SARDS) Enucleation
Giving Eye Treatment to your Pet Eye Tests for Dogs (BVA/KC/ISDS)  
     

 

Orthopaedics - Information Sheets

Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture

TTA Surgery

Hip Dysplasia
Osteochondrosis TPLO Surgery Elbow Dysplasia
Arthrodesis (fusion of a joint) Limb Deformity Patellar Luxation
Fracture Treatment – An Overview Minimally Invasive Fracture Surgery Osteoarthritis
Immune-mediated polyarthritis in dogs Humeral Condylar Fractures Humeral Condylar Fissures
Arthroscopy Osteosarcoma Limb Sparing Procedures

 

Soft Tissue - Information Sheets

Brachycephalic Obstructive
Airway Syndrome (BOAS)
Total Ear Canal
Ablation (TECA) in Dogs
Aspergillosis/
Fungal Rhinitis
     
Laryngeal
Paralysis
Portosystemic
(Liver) Shunts
Urinary
Incontinence
     
Perineal Rupture
(Perineal Hernia)
Anal
Furunculosis
Rigid Endoscopy
     
Wound Management Laparoscopic Ovariectomy
(Keyhole Spay)
Hiatal Hernia  

 

Diagnostic Imaging - Information Sheets

What is MRI Scanning? What is CT Scanning? What is Ultrasound Scanning?

 

Anaesthesia and Analgesia (pain relief) - Information Sheets

General Anaesthesia
Sedation
Pain - an overview
Is my pet in pain?
Can I give human painkillers to my pet?
 

 

Miscellaneous

Giving Medication to your Pet Steroid Therapy  Medication Chart (PDF Document 1.46MB)
Feeding Tubes in Cats and Dogs     

 

 

If you want your pet to be referred to us, it is necessary for you first to discuss this option with your veterinary surgeon. He or she will then either contact us on your behalf or advise that you arrange an appointment with us yourself. If your pet needs to be seen urgently then your vet will need to telephone us in order to arrange the appointment for you.

If you are at all unsure about what to do regarding your pet's referral to us, please do not hesitate to contact our reception staff who will be happy to help.


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