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The EPIC study (Boswood et al 2016 JVIM 30(6):1765-1779) has documented a benefit from the use of pimobendan in the pre-clinical period of myxomatous mitral valve disease in small breed dogs ≥6 years of age with cardiac remodelling. In these dogs, an echocardiogram carried out by a veterinary cardiologist can help in ascertaining whether the […]
The Academy was established in 2016 to address the widespread shortage of qualified veterinary nursing staff. This shortage is recognised throughout the profession and, as a busy referral practice, DWR’s need for a well trained nursing team is greater than most. Currently employing around 100 veterinary nurses and nursing assistants, we needed to be sure […]
Hip dysplasia is one of the most common diseases leading to osteoarthritis and lameness in dogs. Lameness and pain in young dogs (3-12 months) affected by hip dysplasia is typically secondary to joint laxity leading to joint subluxation. In mature dogs progressive osteoarthritis (OA) of the hip joint is the main source of pain and […]
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.