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At eight months of age, Stanley present to Hamilton Specialist Referrals for assessment of ongoing left pelvic limb lameness.
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Brynna presented to our Soft Tissue Surgery Service with a history of a draining sinus located over her left flank
Osiris presented to Hamilton Specialist Referrals (HSR) as an emergency following a fall from height.
A kebab stick had penetrated through the lining of stomach, passed through a section of the liver, and lodged in the abdominal wall
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A young tawny owl presented to Hamilton Veterinary Specialists having been rescued by the team at Wildlife Aid.
She had been involved in a road traffic accident and had extensive injuries; the incident had included a direct impact to her head
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From birth, he struggled with feeding, his growth was stunted and he showed signs of periodic respiratory distress
After being thrown from the back of a moving van, she was rescued and taken in by the National Animal Welfare Trust (NAWT) in Watford
Callie was on her morning walk and must have twisted awkwardly or something similar, and squealed. We knew instantly that something was wrong
Daisy is a one-year old rescue lurcher who sustained severe pelvic injuries after being hit by a car in August 2019
Cruciate disease is the most common cause of pelvic limb lameness for which we surgically treat dogs at HSR
Missy the Cocker Spaniel was almost paralysed by a grass seed that became lodged in her spine
He had acute onset weakness in his left hindlimb, which had progressed to an inability to stand on the morning of assessment
Ping, a tiny five-month old male Chihuahua, needed life-saving surgery after suddenly becoming paralysed
Renny is a handsome one year old Oriental cat, who presented as an emergency referral to us in March 2020 with a right sided femoral fracture following an unknown trauma
Wellington suffered acute onset paralysis following high rise injury after falling from a window
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