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Rabies is an infectious viral disease that affects the nervous system of mammals – including dogs and cats. It’s usually spread through saliva. When the virus has been contracted, it travels via the nervous system to the brain and causes a variety of signs including sudden changes in behaviour such as restlessness, sensitivity to light, […]
Since the Emergency and Critical Care Department was established by Lindsay Kellett-Gregory last year, the case load has grown rapidly and an additional Specialist has just been recruited. The establishment of ECC as a separate discipline was considered necessary in 2018 as the number of emergency referrals, requiring sophisticated facilities and expertise, had grown considerably. […]
As those of you who have visited DWR will have noticed, our teams wear colour coded uniforms. This is a very practical option in an organisation with over 300 staff – it means that we can instantly recognise the area in which each of our colleagues works. However, the vets and nurses that work in […]
The practice was established in 2003 with the aim of gathering a team of highly-qualified Specialists with expertise across a wide range of disciplines. Our aim is simply to provide the best possible service to our patients, their owners and their referring veterinary surgeons. Read more in our Mission Statement.