We had a great day at the North Somerset Show on Monday 6th May and we hope you did too.
We managed to get some great photos in the sunshine and we'd love to see your pictures from the day as well, so please come and share your favourites on our Facebook page
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Headshaker Case - 'Billys' Story
'Billy' was referred to us with a 9 month history of severe headshaking and... more
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Feline Heart Failure Research
We are looking for cats suffering from heart failure due to feline cardiomyopathy, to help us learn more about the disease.
For a one off fee of only £300, Our RCVS Specialist in Cardiology will examine and scan the cat at our Feline Centre, treat and monitor their condition. The small fee covers all follow up consultations, echocardiographies and any... more
Investigation of Urinary Incontinence only £840.00. Offer valid from 1st April for 3 months. Investigation includes:
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Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) is a genetic disorder of Maine Coon cats.
We have developed a PCR-based genetic test to quickly and accurately identify the SMA mutation. Find out more about this genetic disorder and our other genetic tests for cats.
We are pleased to announce our program of evening meetings for 2013.
We hope there is something for everyone here! We are holding some talks for our small holders discussion group and some with a more commercial bias, however everyone is welcome to join us for any meeting.
Light refreshments are provided, please let us know if you are coming!... more
Each year the practice holds a number of client events that centre on behaviour and training. In the past we have had lectures entitled ‘Crazy cats?’ and ‘Dogs behaving Badly?’ and run a reunion event for puppies.
These events are advertised through the practice newsletter and on this site. They are usually free of charge and raise funds for animal... more
We are proud to be hosting the NEW Online Feline Update!
The Feline Update is a joint initiative between Pfizer Animal Health and the Feline Centre Langford, which has been running for the past 25 years.
Our aim is to keep veterinary surgeons up to date on topics which are practically relevant to their day to day work in feline practice.
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