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Damory Veterinary Clinic
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If you would like to sponsor Dave, Cesar and Simon on their 100 mile cycle ride in aid of Margaret Green Animal Rescue you can at www.justgiving.com/DamoryVets
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Would you be interested in your dog becoming a blood donor?

We are currently looking to expand our list of dogs that can donate blood. Donors must be in good health, under 8 years of age with a full vaccination history, at least 25kg body weight (but not overweight), and must not have traveled abroad or currently be on any medication. Unfortunately female dogs that have had a litter of puppies cannot donate as it causes changes in the makeup of their blood.

If you are interested, please contact the practice on 01258 452626 and ask to speak to one of our veterinary nurses.
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FREE TALK ON HOW ARTHRITIS IS TREATED IN CATS AND DOGS - CALL NOW TO RESERVE YOUR PLACE - Due to the success of our last talk on Arthritis in November, Cesar Sastre will be giving 3 more talks on how he treats Arthritis in cats and dogs at the following locations:

* Wednesday 25th February - Sturminster Marshall Memorial Hall
* Wednesday 11th March - Milborne St Andrew Village Hall
* Wednesday 25th March - Pimperne Village Hall 

Start time is 7.30pm at all venues.

If you have an interest in the subject and would like to attend, please call 01258 452626 or email: office@damoryvets.co.uk to reserve your place.
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FREE TALK AT CROWN HOTEL BLANDFORD

Cesar Sastre is giving a talk on how he treats Arthritis in cats and dogs on Wednesday 19th November at 7.30pm in the Crown Hotel Sealy Suite. Spaces are limited, so if you have an interest in the subject and would like to attend, please call 01258 452626 or email: office@damoryvets.co.uk to reserve your place.

Light refreshments will also be served.
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We were visited yesterday by these 6 male Kunekune piglets - They had been brought in to be castrated, and were very friendly and talkative! All of them recovered well and headed off home later in the day.

They are all looking for new homes once they're a little bit older - If you're interested, please contact the practice and we can put you in touch with their owner.
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2014-10-15
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EQUINE DENTAL CLINIC AT NEWTON FARM
Saturday 6th September 9am - 1pm
Regular dental care is very important to good horse management. All of the vets at Damory Veterinary Clinic carry equipment to allow us to safely examine your horse’s mouth and to perform routine dental work. We can also use sedative drugs if necessary to make the work less stressful for nervous horses. Some horses may have large overgrowths, which we can tackle using motorised equipment quickly and efficiently to minimise the distress caused to the horse.
The signs associated with dental disease can include quidding (dropping food), taking longer to eat, packing food in the cheeks, weight loss, a dull coat, bitting problems and head shaking. However, many horses cope very well with dental pain and outwardly may show no signs of a problem. It is therefore very important to have your horse’s teeth checked regularly.

We are holding a dental clinic at our Equine Clinic at Newton Farm, Sturminster Marshall on Saturday 6th September. We will have all of the equipment available to allow us to perform routine and remedial work as necessary and we are happy to carry out and discuss other routine veterinary care such as vaccination and worming at this time.
Places are limited so if you are interested in booking your horse in for the clinic then please contact the practice on 01258 452626 and speak to one of our equine team.
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We are available again on our usual number of 01258 452626, however we only have access to one line so please bare with us and please keep trying if the line is busy.

Apologies once again for any inconvenience caused by the technical issues we are experiencing.

We are currently experiencing technical difficulties with our phone lines. If you have an emergency, please call 07709 087975 to speak to one of our nurses. We hope to have our usual number active again shortly.

Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

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This Crea (Baby Llama) was brought in to us on Sunday after being unexpectedly born on Friday. Unfortunately the mother was unable to feed him due to a lack of milk and he was dehydrated, so was placed on intravenous fluids and bottle fed.

On examination it was noted that he had a congenital defect known as atresia ani, which is an absence of an anal opening, so Ian Patton, one of our senior farm vets, surgically constructed him one.

The photos below show the Crea following surgery, being bottle fed by Sophie Barber, one of our veterinary nurses
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2014-08-09
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We have had this elderly cat brought in to us whose owner is no longer able to care for her. Previously she had lived on a farm, but she is very content to live indoors, and although she's not as young as she once was, she's very able bodied and energetic - She loves a fuss from our nurses and comes trotting out when her biscuits are rattled in her bowl!

We're on the hunt for a new home for her - She is probably suited to a quieter house without a dog (she is quite wary of them!). If you think you can provide her with a loving new home, please contact the practice on 01258 452626 and ask to speak to a member of the nursing staff.

If you can't provide a new home for her, we'd greatly appreciate it if you could share her image and help her on her way to finding one. Thank you.
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2014-07-28
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