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“Dave” the spaniel, a working dog, was out doing his thing one Sunday and charged through a hedge. There was a 2 foot rusty metal spike in the undergrowth and he impaled himself on it …
A vigilant local vet found a large mass in the caudal abdomen of a bull terrier called Nathan during a routine examination.
Nell, a 33kg 8-year-old German Shepherd, presented to us at West Midlands Referrals with a massive 6kg spleen mass. We sent the whole spleen away for analysis, and exhaustive histopathology located no neoplastic cause – just splenic haemorrhage and necrosis. So the prognosis is cautiously optimistic. Patients can live very well without their spleen if no underlying malignant disease process affects the prognosis.
Lucy, a 6y female Border Collie, presented to us at West Midlands Referrals with worryingly low glucose levels caused by an insulinoma, a pancreas tumour.
Errisbeg House, Barton Turn,Barton Under Needwood,Burton On Trent,Staffordshire,DE13 8EB
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