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Client Column: Tully by Lance Plunkett

Tully, by Lance Plunkett Tully is an eight-year-old Australian Kelpie who I’ve had since he was eight months old. He is extremely loyal, loves a cuddle and is super well…

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Become a Shared Care Practice

With patients coming from far and wide, we understand the demands on families travelling regularly to visit our facilities. Our patients at our oncology and soft tissue hospital can make…

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Spotlight on: feline gastrointestinal lymphoma

Feline gastrointestinal lymphoma This is a spectrum of diseases including low grade lymphoma, high grade lymphoma and large granular lymphocyte lymphoma (LGL). This disease can, therefore, vary from something which…

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Living well with metastatic cancer

To mark World Cancer Day, Professor Nick Bacon, Clinical Director of Oncology and Soft Tissue, reflects on the changes to cancer care for small companion animals and how we’re helping…

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A poem by our patient, Ozzy

We were delighted to receive this lovely poem written through the eyes of Ozzy, a patient at Fitzpatrick Referrals Oncology and Soft Tissue hospital. Ozzy was referred to us as…

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Client Column: Our Jasmine by Andrew Odak

Jasmine, a long-haired Dachshund who we bred ourselves, has always been a very loving and interactive girl who is happy at home with her mum, her step-dad and her extended cat…

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Dog having cancer treatment

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12 pet cancer questions answered

To mark World Cancer Day this Saturday, we collected the most commonly asked questions our oncology team receives to shed a light on some of the subjects families want to…

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