Anaesthesia helps stabilise Rolo for BOAS surgery
Our Veterinary Anaesthesia team ensured 3-year-old pug Rolo's condition was stable enough for surgery to resolve Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome.
Basil – One of our Smaller Patients
A stifle orthotic for cranial cruciate disease for one of our smaller patients at Davies Therapy and Fitness Centre at Davies Veterinary Specialists.
Bear regains his sight after cataract surgery
Bear was referred to Davies' Ophthalmology team for treatment for cataracts in both eyes.
Bella the Labrador Retriever’s Emergency Endoscopy
Labrador Retriever puppy Bella was referred to our Internal Medicine service after she swallowed an open safety pin.
Bilateral single session TPLO surgery for Cockerpoo during lockdown
A bilateral single session TPLO surgery gives acutely bilaterally lame Lexi the Cockerpoo a sound future.
Boomerang the kitten has life-saving hernia surgery
Boomerang the kitten has bounced back to good health thanks to the repair of a large diaphragmatic hernia.
Chubby is referred with megaoesophagus
Following a referral to our Internal Medicine service, our Veterinary Nursing team helped Chubby learn how to eat again after he was diagnosed with megaoesphagus caused by myasthenia gravis.
CiCi overcomes challenging case of severe generalised tetanus
Read our case study to learn how our Neurology and Nursing teams helped CiCi overcome a highly challenging case of tetanus.
Coco the Schnauzer survives life-threatening hornet stings
A run in with a nest of aggressive hornets caused eight-year-old miniature Schnauzer Coco to suffer a rollercoaster of multiple life-threatening complications.
Complex surgery resolves Jenkins’ medically unmanageable Cushing’s
Jenkins initially presented to the internal medicine team at Davies for management of poorly controlled, recently diagnosed, hyperadrenocorticism.
Corneal transplant following removal of a melanoma save Labrador’s vision
A young Labrador Retriever has had an eye-saving operation thanks to the ophthalmology team
Corneoconjunctival transposition graft saves Sphynx cat’s vision
A Sphynx cat with a deep corneal sequestrum – an area of devitalised cornea- has had her vision saved following a successful corneoconjunctival transposition graft
Corrective surgery resolves chronic regurgitation for Labrador retriever Dutch
Labrador retriever puppy ‘Dutch’ can now keep his food down, thanks to corrective surgery at Davies Veterinary Specialists.
Dachshund puppy recovers from vitamin D toxicity
Miniature Dachshund puppy Margot recovers from potentially fatal vitamin D toxicity thanks to the Internal Medicine team at Davies Veterinary Specialists.
Daisy’s lockdown treatment for Addison’s disease
Daisy, a six-year-old Labradoodle, was referred to us during lockdown with a relapse of Addison's disease.
Dental surgery resolves feline bilateral TMJ dysplasia
Dexy, a 12-year old female cat, has surgery to resolve bilateral temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysplasia.
Domestic Shorthair Cat with Suspected Bite Wound
A 6 year old Domestic Short Hair was brought in as an emergency with severe Neurological signs (head tilt/turn to the left, severe Ataxia and falling over, focal seizures (Tetraparesis).
ECG of the month – April 2022
A 12-year-old female spayed Westie presents to your clinic for vomiting and diarrhoea. On auscultation, her rhythm is irregular. You perform an ECG to investigate. What further tests or treatments are necessary?
ECG of the Month – December 2021
An eight-year-old female spayed Labrador Retriever presented for mild lethargy and diarrhoea. A possible arrhythmia was heard, and an ECG was performed. What is your rhythm diagnosis?
ECG of the month – February 2022
A 7-year-old female Golden Retriever presents to your clinic for a dental cleaning and an arrhythmia is heard on physical examination. What is your rhythm diagnosis?
ECG of the Month – January 2022
A 9-year-old Cockapoo presents to your clinic for exercise intolerance and bradycardia is noted on physical examination. An ECG is performed. What is your diagnosis? What are your next steps?
ECG of the month – March 2022
A 4-month-old male entire Beagle presents to your clinic for routine vaccination, and a 4/6 left basilar systolic murmur is noted. As part of a cardiac screen you obtain the following ECG. What is your rhythm diagnosis?
Fast multi-disciplinary efficiency solves puppy’s foreign body ingestion emergency
Within two hours the poorly puppy had been admitted, diagnosed, operated on, and recovered from surgery.
Finn the Police Dog
Brave police dog Finn was stabbed in the head and chest in the line of duty when pursuing a suspect. He was rushed to Davies for emergency surgery.
Happy the Dachshund has Neurosurgery
Happy, a 6 ½ year old dachshund, was referred to our Neurology team when her hind legs suddenly became paralysed.
Hernia surgery success for road traffic accident cat
A young cat with a diaphragmatic hernia caused by a suspected road traffic accident has made a complete recovery following emergency surgery at Davies
Jem the Labrador Retriever
How our Oncology and Soft Tissue teams helped Jem after she was referred to us for a mass that was growing on her rib.
Keratoplasty using a new corneal xenograft restores Pepe’s vision
Our Ophthalmology team used a new surgical procedure to save the eye of a Chihuahua referred for urgent treatment.
Keril the Sphynx Kitten
12-week old Keril the sphynx kitten was referred to Davies Veterinary Specialists as a pro bono case for investigation of a right sided abdominal swelling which he'd had since birth.
Laser brain surgery saves Codo the cat
British Blue cat Codo is back to his best after undergoing laser-assisted brain surgery at Davies Veterinary Specialists to dissect and remove a forebrain meningioma.
Lily the Border Terrier
Lily, a 4-month old Border Terrier, was referred to our Veterinary Cardiology team for a balloon valvuloplasty procedure to treat pulmonic stenosis.
Lola’s extrahepatic portosystemic shunt diagnosis
Miniature Dachshund Lola was referred to our Internal Medicine team following episodes of strange behaviour. Read her story and watch our video to learn more about how our team helped her.
Maggie’s IBD lockdown treatment
German pointer Maggie was referred to Davies Veterinary Specialists for a remote consultation during Covid-19 lockdown.
Meningioma surgery gives Bichon Frise a new future
A dog with an intracranial meningioma causing progressive ataxia has made a good recovery following surgery at Davies Veterinary Specialists.
Mickey The Lurcher
When a disowned puppy needed complex surgery to fix a severely broken leg Davies Orthopaedic surgeons stepped in to help out free of charge.
Nala’s eyelid coloboma treated with sub-dermal lip filler
The Ophthalmology team at Davies Veterinary Specialists has saved a young cat from chronic debilitating eye pain and corneal damage by using human sub-dermal lip filler.
Neurology team treats Labrador for Tetanus
Labrador Retriever Archie was diagnosed with Tetanus after an emergency referral to our Neurology Team.
Olly’s Tetanus story
Handsome cross breed Olly survives tetanus, thanks to a fast diagnosis and emergency treatment at Davies.
Oscar’s case of extraocular myositis
When Oscar's owners awoke to find him with both eyes bulging prominently, our Diagnostic Imaging service helped the Ophthalmology team reach their diagnosis.
Physiotherapy helps Harris regain mobility
Harris' case dispels the myth that putting your patient in a wheelchair means he will never walk again.
Rahni the Bernese Mountain Dog
Paralysed Bernese Mountain Dog Rahni was an emergency referral to our Veterinary Neurology team. Find out how we helped her walk again following a diagnosis of fibrocartilaginous embolism.
Rescue dog recovers from leptospirosis and finds new home thanks to Davies
Poorly eight-month-old yellow Labrador Parker was admitted by a local animal charity to the internal medicine team at Davies with acute kidney injury and progressive jaundice.
Rolo is diagnosed with primary hypoparathyroidism
When Rolo was referred to our Neurology team following a series of seizures, initial diagnostic tests revealed low blood calcium levels and suggested the cause may not be neurological after all.
Rufus the Norfolk Terrier
Following an emergency referral to our Veterinary Neurology and Neurosurgery team, Rufus was diagnosed with a grade II, transitional meningioma.
Scooby has slipped disc surgery and rehab
Our Neurosurgery and physiotherapy teams work together to provide a full surgical and post-operative rehab service following Scooby's slipped disc surgery.
Soft Tissue surgeons operate on Charlie the cat following road traffic accident
Charlie was referred to Ellie Cockburn in our Soft Tissue team with serious injuries following a presumed road traffic accident.
Soft Tissue Surgery for Frank the Dogue de Bordeaux
Our Soft Tissue surgery team perform emergency surgery on one year old Dogue de Bordeaux to resolve a large abscess.
Spinal Tumour Surgery Success for Larry
Our neurological examination indicated a problem affecting the spinal cord in Larry's lower neck.
Surgery and physio help Skip recover from life-threatening car accident
Find out how Davies Orthopaedics, Soft Tissue, Anaesthesia and Therapy and Fitness teams worked together to help Skip recover from multiple life-threatening injuries.
Teamwork makes the dream work for Davies’ cardiology service
Davies Veterinary Specialists (Davies) in Hertfordshire and Southfields Veterinary Practice in Essex have joined forces to recommence their interventional cardiology work, which will take place at both Linnaeus-owned hospitals.
Ted the surfing dog recovers from spinal surgery with the help of Rehabilitative Hydrotherapy.
The story of rescue dog Harry Shellby
‘You helped save my life so I’ll save yours' vowed devoted dog owner.
Vets conquer canine’s critical conker complications
Monty arrived at Davies Veterinary Specialists in a critically ill state after accidentally swallowing a conker and needed treatment in our ICU.