We have sadly just picked up a cat that has been hit by a car. It appears to be a young adult male, quite large and black with no microchip. It did have a flea collar on. It was found on the lynn road by the Highfield Avenue estate. Please contact the surgery if you think it may be your cat.
Courageous Pet of the Month for January-this little lady is Spot, a 6 year old Jack Russell terrier. She was admitted to the practice on Boxing Day with inappetence and a very high temperature. Following diagnostic tests it was discovered that Spot had a pyometra. A pyometra is a very serious infection within the uterus. It can be caused through either hormonal imbalances or a source of infection that enters the reproductive tract at the vulva. The treatment for a pyometra is to surgically remove the uterus. Due to the seriousness of the infection the uterus becomes extreme fragile which makes..
********UPDATE******** This lovely lady has now been reunited with her very worried owners. Thank you for all your help. This beautiful old lady was brought in to us last night as a stray. She was found on the Watton road in Swaffham. She appears to be an elderly GSD x Labrador. She is microchipped but sadly it isn’t registered. Please could all our friends share this post so we can get this lovely old lady back home.
Just a reminder – we are closed now until the 2nd of January 2019 at 8:30 am. If you need us in an emergency please dial the normal surgery number – 01760 722054 and listen to the instructions. We wish all our friends near and far a very Happy New Year 🥳