Summer 2016 Newsletter

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In this month’s newsletter, read about Becky’s experience in Tonga as a veterinary nurse for South Pacific Animal Welfare (SPAW). We also have an interesting story about a Burmese cat ‘Fitzwilliam’ who has an eating obsession with an everyday object, which led to major surgery.

Our clinic is proud to announce that we are now licenced to perform Radioactive Iodine Treatment for cats with Hyperthyroidism. On our first round, we have successfully treated 2 cats, ‘Myfanwy’ and ‘Tane’ and hope to treat many more! ‘Myfanwy’s story will tell you more about what is involved when your cat undergoes Radioactive Iodine Treatment.

Dog bite wounds from fights or playfights are a common occurrence, and Basil suffered from a very nasty bite on his leg a couple of months ago. Read about Basil’s surgery and subsequent healing process.

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