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North Downs Takes on The Route 66 Virtual Challenge

6 April 2021

The whole team at NDSR are gearing up to take on the Route 66 virtual challenge this April, all in the name of charity.

All employees will together take on a 2,280-mile road trip to raise much-needed funds for Kent-based charity, Last Chance Animal Rescue...

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Doing our part to keep pets, clients and our staff healthy during COVID-19 (coronavirus)

12 March 2021

Reducing the threat of COVID-19 whilst still maintaining animal welfare...

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Sustainability at NDSR

4 February 2021

We’re delighted to announce that our hospital has been awarded the Investors in the Environment Silver award! ...

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Interventional Pain Management Clinic Launches at NDSR

25 January 2021

We’ve recently enhanced our industry-leading service by starting to offer a unique interventional pain management clinic. This pioneering interventional treatment will be led by Roger Medina Serra, DVM MVetMed MRCVS...

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Christmas Opening Times

21 December 2020

Opening times for North Downs Specialist Referrals during the festive period...

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Pet Travel Advice after Brexit

18 December 2020

Pet passports no longer valid from 1 January 2021

With Brexit looming, there has been uncertainty about the Pet Passport Scheme's future for the non-commercial movement of pets between the UK and the EU, which has now been clarified...

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VN Awareness Month - Selina Malthouse DipAVN RVN

18 May 2020

May is Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month, a whole month dedicated to raising awareness of the veterinary nursing profession and the vital role they play in animal care and treatment.

Selina Malthouse is Theatre Supervisor at NDSR and she kindly took time out to tell us about life as a vet nurse...

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New Video Consultation Service

28 April 2020

Our Video Consultation Service allows our Specialist team to assist clients while promoting social distancing and reducing unnecessary travel during the current COVID-19 situation...

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Feline Blood Transfusions

3 February 2020

Feline anaemia is a common reason for referral to our internal medicine service. Due to the lack of easily accessible blood banking for cats in the UK, providing transfusions in an emergency situation can be problematic...

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New options for analgesia... Epidural catheters

17 January 2020

Epidural analgesia injections can provide excellent analgesia often with complete blockade of the pain pathways...

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A clear vision for 2020

10 January 2020

Our vision has always been clear - a commitment to excellence. So we’re pleased to welcome five additional clinicians to NDSR expanding our surgery, medicine, oncology and anaesthesia teams...

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Tip of the Month - June

7 June 2019


Vestibular disease

Clinical signs for Vestibular Syndrome can include a head tilt, wide base stance, vestibular ataxia, rolling or leaning to one side, pathological nystagmus (either spontaneous or positional), reduced oculocephalic reflex and strabismus...

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Tip of the Month - May

3 May 2019


Idiopathic chronic rhinitis in cats

Idiopathic chronic rhinitis can be frustrating to manage, due to its largely unknown aetiology and frequent recurrence of clinical signs. Here are some top tips and thoughts on how to approach these cases...

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Tip of the Month - April

5 April 2019


The Coughing Dog

How often do you see an old dog with a cough which just doesn’t seem to respond to antibiotics? It’s not that often, but when you do, there’s a certain sinking feeling when you realise you finally have to take thoracic radiographs and there is a very real chance that a lung mass will be present...

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Tip of the Month - March

1 March 2019


Minimising Risk of Anaesthesia in Brachycepalic Dogs

Anaesthesia and airway management in brachycepalic patients can be very challenging and a source of concern to vets and owners...

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