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Piggy

Piggy was brought in like this by the RSPCA in January 2008. Piggy had long term neglected demodectic mange. This is a  skin condition caused by a skin mite called Demodex Canis . This can be difficult to treat  and in this case a drug not licenced for dogs had to be used.  You can see at one point Piggy the Staffy had virtually no hair.  Piggy needed months of treatment and now six years later is still doing well. Piggy was taken on as a pet by the owners of the exotic charity we work with North Wales Raptor and Reptile Rescue http://www.nwrr.co.uk/

 

Other links

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demodex#Demodex_canis

Piggy

Suzie

Suzie the Egyptian Spiny Mouse was brought in by her owner after it was noticed she was limping very badly on one of her legs. We decided to x-ray her leg to find the cause as it's very hard to tell on examination! The x-rays showed she had fractured her elbow, possibly from a fall in her cage. Thankfully the fracture would be able to heal without surgery and she was sent home on pain relief. You can see the x-rays here.

 

"Thank you everyone for taking care of Suzie, she's a very special little mouse to us. Everyone was brilliant and seemed genuinely concerned for her, we really appreciate everything. It's still a bit of a shock and we can't quite work out how she hurt herself but she's doing fine now!"

 

                                                                                     - Mrs L Foley & Family

Alfie

Alfie a little Labradoodle had an accident and broke his  tibia. This is the big  bone below the knee. A splint was made up of a special plastic mesh that was shaped to the dog's leg . Alfie was growing quickly so we reshaped the splint every few weeks to allow for his growth. 

Alfie's leg healed fine. 

Ferret with cystitis

Bladder stone removed from a ferret.

A client brought in their little ferret as it was passing blood in its urine and was uncomfortable. We x-rayed the ferret and saw  something in the bladder that was not normal which we suspected was a bladder stone.

 

We operated to remove the bladder stone and it is shown above. It is 15 mm long and 7 mm at its widest point. It had very sharp edges and it was these that were causing the bladder to bleed. Little ferret was much happier after surgery and had no further problems.

We are proud of the services we offer to our clients and are delighted when we can help pets and their owners through a difficult time in their lives. We are often inspired by the heartfelt thanks of our clients and are happy to be able to share our success stories with you.

 

If you would like your pet's story or your messages of thanks to be included on our website then please email us at: village.vets.webmaster@gmail.com. Alternatively come and visit us at the practice and let us know that you would like to be included. Feel free to include any photos you would like us to upload and we will be happy to do so.

Don't let your dog chew sticks and stones

Working in a veterinary practice brings us daily surprises, but every so often we have a case which brings us a real challenge! It is rare that we get the chance to share our cases with our clients. So, below are a few examples of some interesting cases we have had - we hope you enjoy learning about our work.

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Monday        09.00 - 18.00

Tuesday       09.00 - 18.00

Wednesday   09.00 - 18.00

Thursday      09.00 - 18.00

Friday           09.00 - 18.00

Saturday       Closed 

Village Vets Centre Ltd

65 Quarry St  

Liverpool

L25 6EZ


Tel.: 0151 428 8600

 

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