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Additional surgeon joins Surgery Team

13 June 2016

We are pleased to welcome Manuel Benlloch to the NDSR surgeon team. This additional surgeon increases the capacity of the service to see both routine and emergency cases...

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Daniella - A day in the life of a neurology nurse

24 May 2016

I am a Neurology Nurse at North Downs Specialist Referrals and have worked here since September 2009 after completing a degree in Veterinary Nursing. I have been a Neurology Nurse since July 2013 and I recently completed a Graduate Diploma in professional and clinical veterinary nursing. This is an advanced veterinary nursing diploma for practicing registered veterinary nurses and takes 2 years to complete, requiring many hours of study. This further increased my knowledge in multiple areas of nursing and gave me the inspiration to continue to improve patient care.

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New developments in the treatment of Addison's disease

10 May 2016

Recently florinef® (fludrocortisone) has become difficult to obtain. Generic products with uncertain bioavailability are currently prohibitively expensive. Coincidentally a new product, Zycortal®, has been launched by Dechra® and is the UK’s only veterinary registered treatment for hypoadrenocorticism…

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Two new clinicians join our Internal Medicine Team

9 May 2016

We are pleased to welcome Laura Macfarlane and Alenka Hrovat Vernik to the NDSR internal medicine team. These additional clinicians increase the capacity of the service to see both routine and emergency cases...

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NDSR Supports Vets for Choice Campaign!

4 May 2016

Did you know that one of the biggest pet insurance groups, Royal & Sun Alliance, has recently made changes to its policies which affects pets that are covered through Tesco and MoreThan? ...

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Canine Babesiosis

23 March 2016

Babesiosis is caused by infection with a microscopic organism called Babesia which infects red blood cells causing anaemia, fever and splenic enlargement. There are a number of different species worldwide with Babesia Canis Canis being the most common in Europe and this is spread by tick bites by the species of tick called Dermacentor Reticulates. Until recently Babesia hadn’t been reported in the UK in dogs which hadn’t travelled abroad, however recently cases have been identified in dogs in Essex that haven’t travelled. Naïve ticks, which don’t carry the infection can become infected by biting a dog that has Babesiosis. Further transmission of the infection within the tick population can occur to eggs in the female tick’s reproductive tract resulting in infection of offspring...

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Vet CPD 8th March ‘The Collapsing Dog’

22 February 2016

Our next complimentary CPD meeting will on 8th March 2016 at the Hilton Maidstone, Bearstead Road entitled ‘The Collapsing Dog’...

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Additional anaesthesia Specialist joins NDSR

21 January 2016

We are pleased to welcome Rui Pinealas to the team at NDSR. Rui joins our anaesthesia service expanding our team and helping ensure all our patients have the safest anaesthesia, sedation and optimal pain relief...

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New Cardiology Clinical Trials

4 January 2016

Our Cardiology service are currently recruiting patients for two new clinical trials...

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Alabama Rot, cause still remains elusive

28 December 2015

Since November 2012 more than 100 dogs have died in the UK from what is thought to be Alabama Rot - a disease which has inflicted greyhounds in the US for over 30 years...

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