An Interesting Case…
Toffee, an 11 year old, female neutered, Airedale Terrier came to us at Endell Veterinary Group for general lethargy and depression, as well as having episodes of panting and coughing/choking.
An interesting dental case
Whilst playing with his ball, Ben, a six year old border collie, managed to catch the ball in his mouth awkwardly. The tooth needed to be extracted as it had become loose and would have caused pain and possible infection if it had been left in place.
Lily poisoning in a cat
Cats are uniquely sensitive to the ingestion of Lily flowers or leaves (Lilium and Hemerocallis species). As few as 2 leaves can be lethal in cats. Read how Mango survived.
Encephalitozoan cuniculi infection
Bugsy was a fit and healthy 18 month old house rabbit, who spent time grazing outside. His owner noted that he had become quieter than usual and had not eaten or drunk, was falling over and appeared to be unable to see with his right eye.