News - August 2015
Our new hydrophysio treadmill in our Hydrotherapy Suite has more features and new technology that will benefit the way we treat and rehabilitate our patients.
We have the extended hydrophysio treadmill which allows us to treat large breed dogs as they will be able to reach full front and hind limb extension. Other new features include a door at either end of the treadmill to allow easy... more
We are pleased to announce the opening of a newly revamped Behaviour Referral Service being run by Langford Veterinary Services.
The service will be headed by Dr Sagi Denenberg DVM DACVB Dip. ECAWBM MACVSc (Behaviour) MRCVS and will cover cases including:
Canine behaviour problems: fear and anxiety, noise phobias, repetitive and compulsive disorders and aggression.
Feline behaviour... more
Congenital myasthenic syndrome (CMS) causes muscle weakness in Devon Rex and Sphynx cats. Clinical signs become evident at three to 23 weeks of age and usually progress slowly or remain static. Moderately to severely affected cats show evidence of more generalised muscle weakness, particularly following exertion, stress or excitement. Affected cats frequently adopt a characteristic '... more