Anderson Abercromby Veterinary Referrals

Anderson Abercromby Veterinary Referrals Our ethos is straightforward. We will provide pet owners with the level of care and service we would
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⭐️The 22nd - 26th April is VETERINARY RECEPTIONIST WEEK ⭐️This is a week where can celebrate our wonderful reception tea...
24/04/2024

⭐️The 22nd - 26th April is VETERINARY RECEPTIONIST WEEK ⭐️

This is a week where can celebrate our wonderful reception team for all the hard work they do 🤩

Please join us in saying thank you 👏🏼👏🏼

This handsome boy is Albert 💙Albert is a 1year and 9month old Chesapeake Bay Retriever, who loves his food and a good ti...
19/04/2024

This handsome boy is Albert 💙

Albert is a 1year and 9month old Chesapeake Bay Retriever, who loves his food and a good tickle ☺️
He was presenting with an uneven hindlimb gait and his owner was concerned he was uncomfortable.

On examination with his first opinion practice they found him to also be reluctant to extend his elbows.
Albert was then referred to us at Anderson Abercromby Referrals where he was examined by Veterinary Surgeon and ECVS Specialist, Cesar Gomes.

Cesar examined Albert and observed him at exercise, he found him to be 1/5 lame on the right forelimb with discomfort on manipulation of both elbow joints. He also presented with a stiff gait of his hind limbs and 1/5 lameness of the right hind. There was also restriction on extension of the right hip joint.

Albert was admitted for further imaging and a CT was performed with our on site CT scanner.
The scans showed mild signs of elbow dysplasia (abnormal development of the elbow joint) effecting both elbows.
The hip joints were normal, but the right stifle (knee joint) showed mild effusion (fluid accumulation in the joint space) and instability of the joint.

It is suspected that Albert is starting early cruciate disease and therefore if clinical signs deteriorate he may benefit from a TPLO (tibial plateau levelling osteotomy) procedure to address the instability.

It was agreed with the owner that conservative management will be started initially for both conditions and Albert will be re-assessed in 6 weeks to see if this is successful. If not successful then Albert will be considered a surgical candidate.

Conservative management involves good weight management, controlled lead exercise, physiotherapy, hydrotherapy, joint supplements and medication as needed.

Albert was dispensed a course of anti-inflammatory medications and we will re-assess again in a few weeks, or sooner if deterioration is noticed.

Thank you Maltman Cosham Veterinary Clinic for Albert’s referral

A total hip replacement (THR), is a major procedure in which the main components of the hip are replaced with prosthetic...
16/04/2024

A total hip replacement (THR), is a major procedure in which the main components of the hip are replaced with prosthetics. This procedure alleviates pain from a dysplastic hip joint and allows the joint to return to normal function.

Who are suitable candidates for THR?

Although typically a THR is performed in large dogs, THR can be also be carried out in dogs of all sizes and even cats!
This procedure is carried out most commonly for patients with hip dysplasia but also hip luxations, pelvic fractures and osteoarthritis of the hip joint.
When consistent discomfort and unsatisfactory conservative management, such as weight loss, medicine and adjunctive therapies were unsuccessful then there a total hip replacement is recommended.

Clinical signs of hip dysplasia may include:
🦴Exercise intolerance
🦴Pain/stiffness when rising
🦴Difficulty climbing stairs
🦴Reluctance to jump or play
🦴Muscle atrophy (wastage) over the pelvic limb

How is a patient assessed for THR?
A referral to Anderson Abercromby Veterinary Referrals can be made by your primary vet.
Your pet will undo an orthopaedic examination by one of our consultants and then will be admitted for further investigations. This involves undergoing a general anaesthetic to obtain radiographs which can be used to assess hip conformation, surgical planning can then be started and measurements are taken for prosthesis.

What is involved?
A total hip replacement involves removing the diseased or damaged components of the pelvis joint and replacing them with prosthetics.
The femoral head ‘ball’ is removed using cutting instruments and replaced with an implant. Then the ‘socket’ or acetabulum is resurfaced and a ‘cup’ implant is placed to allow a new ball and socket joint.
The new implants are then reduced and the stability of the pelvis is checked before suturing the wound closed.
The operation is a challenging procedure and is undertaken by a team of orthopaedic surgeons and there is a vast amount of preparation for these procedures.
Radiographs are taken post operatively to evaluate the positioning of the artificial implants.

What can I expect post-operatively?
Patients are often hospitalised for a few days post surgery to allow us to administer analgesia (pain relief), nursing support and rehabilitation. Patients will be given a tailored exercise plan which will involve reduced exercise to allow healing of the joint capsule and surrounding muscles to heal.
When a patient is discharged from the practice, after care will be explained including exercise restrictions and amendments to normal routines, post operative medication and wound care.
Recovery time is 12 weeks, with a 6 week review after the procedure.

Following on from our post celebrating International Women’s Day and featuring our head nurse, Sarah.Sarah’s sister is t...
05/04/2024

Following on from our post celebrating International Women’s Day and featuring our head nurse, Sarah.

Sarah’s sister is taking part in London’s half marathon to raise money for the charity Breast Cancer Now and this is her story

‘On 7th April 2024, I will be participating in the London Landmarks Half Marathon to support Breast Cancer Now. As someone who has previously ticked the box of completing a half marathon, I hadn't planned on tackling another! However, I have been inspired to do so because of my personal connection to this cause.
My sister was diagnosed with breast cancer 18 months ago and has shown incredible strength throughout her treatment. It is thanks to organisations like Breast Cancer Now that advancements in treatment and care are possible. I want to do everything I can to support their mission.
Training for this half marathon hasn't been easy! There have been countless hours of preparation and miles to cover, but it pales in comparison to the challenges faced by individuals like my sister. Their resilience motivates me every step of the way.’

Any donations will be greatly received!
If you wish to donate to this charity that means a lot to us as a practice, then please support Annette by clicking the link below ⬇️⬇️⬇️

https://www.justgiving.com/page/annette-bateman-1710706328351?utm_campaign=lc_frp_share_transaction_fundraiser_page_launched&utm_content=71ef5811-aac7-4140-a472-ebac87ea43cf&utm_medium=email&utm_source=postoffice&utm_term=1710707397545

Help Annette Bateman raise money to support Breast Cancer Now

Say ‘hello’ to Ziggy 👋🏼Ziggy is a 9year 8month old Lurcher who was referred to us with a swelling on his left carpal (wr...
22/03/2024

Say ‘hello’ to Ziggy 👋🏼

Ziggy is a 9year 8month old Lurcher who was referred to us with a swelling on his left carpal (wrist) joint and varus deviation of the pes.
On examination, there was discomfort and instability when the wrist was manipulated.

Ziggy was seen by veterinary surgeon, Cesar Gomes, who admitted Ziggy for further diagnostics.
Radiography was undertaken, showing no bony changes. A sample of joint fluid was taken from the swollen carpus (wrist) and examined microscopically, which showed inflammatory joint fluid which fitted with the present instability.

Ziggy underwent an anaesthetic and went to surgery, where Cesar performed a pancarpal arthrodesis (PCA) of the left carpal joint to stabilise the joint.
Pancarpal arthodesis involves removal of articular cartilage prior to placement of cancellous bone graft from the humerus and finally fusion of forelimb and the paw using a plate and screws.
This procedure restores acceptable limb function and alleviation of discomfort.
A 2.7/3.5 plate from was used with star drive screw heads.

Post operatively a dressing was placed to support the limb and reduce any swelling.
Ziggy was then discharged a couple of days later with a tailored exercise plan and some pain relief medication.

We will see this lovely boy back in 6-8weeks for a re-check to see how he is progressing 😊🐾

⭐️We are looking to recruit for a REGISTERED VETERINARY NURSE to join our team⭐️Anderson Abercromby is an orthopaedic re...
19/03/2024

⭐️We are looking to recruit for a REGISTERED VETERINARY NURSE to join our team⭐️

Anderson Abercromby is an orthopaedic referral centre based in a beautiful rural setting in West Sussex.
We are a team of highly experienced surgeons, nurses and nursing assistants.
Together we share a goal of returning our patients back to full fitness, whilst delivering gold standard compassion and care.
If you want to be part of our team, then please get in touch with us!

We are looking for a registered nurse with a particular interest in surgical nursing.
No previous referral nursing experience required as training will be provided on site.

If you are interested in the position, or would like to know more about the role, please get in touch by emailing our Head Nurse, Sarah on [email protected]

What really goes on behind the scenes at Anderson Abercromby?🔍🐶Our ethos is to provide gold standard analgesia (pain rel...
15/03/2024

What really goes on behind the scenes at Anderson Abercromby?🔍🐶

Our ethos is to provide gold standard analgesia (pain relief) to all our patients.

When our patients undergo anaesthesia for a procedure we strive to administer what is known as ‘multimodal analgesia’
This is using more than one class of analgesia to target different pain receptors along the pain pathway and therefore optimising preoperative pain control.

Pictured is one of our patients receiving a nerve block using an ultrasound guided technique. This procedure uses local anaesthetic to desensitise the limb.
This has a duration of action for up to 8-10hours, providing pain relief well into the post operative period.
Performing a nerve block also allows us to decrease the dosage of anaesthetic allow more stable cardiovascular performance under anaesthesia and reducing the probability of side effects.

12/03/2024

This little sweetheart is Fletcher and he was referred to Anderson Abercromby for a left hind lameness.

Fletcher is an 11year old Cavapoo, he was referred to see Veterinary Surgeon, Alastair Mather.
Fletcher’s owners reported that he had been showing signs of lameness on his left hind limb.

Alastair’s orthopaedic examination revealed moderate reduced muscle mass on Fletcher’s left hind limb, and discomfort on full extension of his left stifle (knee)

Fletcher was sedated for radiographs for surgical planning purposes which revealed left stifle effusion and mild degenerative joint disease

Fletcher was taken to surgery on the 23rd of February 2024 for a left tibial plateau levelling osteotomy (TPLO) procedure to be performed. Medial arthrotomy of the left stifle revealed a complete tear of the cranial cruciate ligament. The medial meniscus was inspected and a torn meniscotibial ligament was found. A medial meniscectomy of the caudal pole was then performed. A TPLO was performed and stabilised with a 2.4mm Arthrex locking plate and a combination of locking and non-locking screws.

Fletcher then stayed overnight for further analgesia (pain relief) and care.
He was a super star patient to take care of start to finish, he loved his cuddles and all the TLC from the AA team 😍


⭐️Friday 8th March is International Women’s Day⭐️This day is to recognise and celebrate the many inspiring women who mak...
08/03/2024

⭐️Friday 8th March is International Women’s Day⭐️

This day is to recognise and celebrate the many inspiring women who make a difference every day!

We wanted to use this day to proudly introduce you to our in house wonder woman and Head Nurse, Sarah Bateman.

Sarah has been part of the practice since 2012 and she is an integral part of our team.
Sarah is always one to be busy, whether it’s assisting the surgeons in theatre, managing a difficult anaesthetic or being the first the to grab the hoover and mop at the end of the shift, Sarah is always on hand.
Even more importantly, Sarah really showed her leadership skills when she supported the team through some of its most challenging times, including lockdown and the tragic loss of our founder Angus Anderson.

In 2022, Sarah was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer. For the last 18months Sarah has received chemotherapy treatment, radiotherapy and undergone surgery. She has not missed a day of work. She still continues to come in every day and work hard, but she also has an amazing outlook on life and positive attitude to wellbeing. She seldom looks on the negative side and really appreciates the gift of life and what it brings for her each day.
She is an absolute credit to the veterinary industry, she is a leader to our Anderson Abercromby team and she is a beacon of inspiration to all women.

This lovely boy, is ‘Bodhi’ 😍Bodhi is a 10 month old border collie, he was referred to Anderson Abercromby Referrals due...
06/03/2024

This lovely boy, is ‘Bodhi’ 😍

Bodhi is a 10 month old border collie, he was referred to Anderson Abercromby Referrals due to becoming lame on his right forelimb.

Bodhi was examined by Veterinary Surgeon and Advanced Practitioner, Federico.
Bodhi had developed atrophy (muscle wastage) and there was discomfort on flexion of his right scapulohumeral joint (shoulder joint)
Bodhi was admitted for computed tomography (CT) to aid in the diagnosis of Bohdi’s onset of lameness.

CT images showed osteochronditis dissecans (OCD) of the shoulder with an OCD lesion of the right humeral head.

Shoulder OCD , is otherwise known as shoulder dysplasia.
This is a developmental condition, which results in abnormal cartilage development. In this case, the abnormal cartilage which is lining the surfaces of the bones in the shoulder joint creates discomfort and leads to lameness and subsequent osteoarthritis.
The abnormal cartilage can lead to the formation of small pieces of cartilage that ‘snap’ off and float around within the joint.
It is then that we consider surgical intervention to prevent any permanent damage to the joint, whilst relieving the discomfort and allow the joint to return to normal function.

Federico was assisted by our team in taking Bohdi to surgery, a modified Chelli craniolateral approach to the right shoulder was performed and the elevated cartilage flap was removed.

Bodhi stayed overnight where he received further care and pain relief by our 24hour team.
We are pleased with his initial recovery and he has been discharged with a rehabilitation plan which will be reviewed with his progress in five weeks time.

To all our lovely clients,We have made some changes to our prices for our in house physiotherapy referral service. There...
01/03/2024

To all our lovely clients,

We have made some changes to our prices for our in house physiotherapy referral service.

There are now three bands of pricing, depending on whether you are an existing client, with a patient who has been referred to us for a clinical exam, investigative procedures and/or orthopaedic surgery.
Or being referred as a new client, just for physiotherapy.

* Initial appointment to new referrals (external) that are referred to AAVR for physiotherapy = £100.00
* Initial appointment (clients already seen by AAVR) = £70.00 (This will be used for our client’s pre/post operatively)
* Reduced follow up appointments = £48.00

VETERINARY PHYSIOTHERAPY is a science and evidence-based industry which specialises in the assessment and treatment of a wide range of muscle, ligament, tendon, joint, orthopaedic, and neurological conditions. ��The aim of physiotherapy is to restore movement and function, reduce pain following illness, injury or surgery, improving performance and maintaining wellbeing. We aim to help with the overall welfare of all patients, to ensure they have the best quality of life and receive gold standard care in rehabilitation and pre-habilitation to reduce the risk of injury or further damage, also helping to speed up the recovery process post operatively. Encompassing all aspects of rehabilitation to ensure your animals welfare is top priority.
Referrals for both pre and post operative cases, conservative management cases and general maintenance cases are welcome. Initial consultation includes a full run down of clinical history, static, dynamic assessment, range of motion and palpation to identify areas of tension, pain, restriction and muscular asymmetries followed by a treatment programme according to the findings on assessment.��Electrotherapies such as LASER, PEMFT and thermo/cryotherapy are used alongside manual therapy and remedial exercises, a full report and home exercise programme is generated alongside regular updates to all involved within the client's case. Regular follow up appointments are recommended to check on progress and to identify any changes. This can be at the practice or online/telephone consultation.
Katie Russell holds a level 7 integrated master's degree in Veterinary Physiotherapy from Writtle University and is also a member of RAMP and NAVP.

Adorable Nova, photographed here with Veterinary Intern Lavinia was referred to us at Anderson Abercromby and was seen b...
28/02/2024

Adorable Nova, photographed here with Veterinary Intern Lavinia was referred to us at Anderson Abercromby and was seen by Veterinary Surgeon Miranda and the team.

Nova is a six month Jack Russell Terrier (and super cute) she was out walking when she fell from a height and injured herself.

In house radiography was carried out and confirmed a fracture of the left tibial plateau (the front/cranial) aspect of the tibia.
Fortunately no other injuries were obtained.

Nova was anaesthetised and taken to surgery. Miranda reduced the fracture via 2 k-wires and a tension band.

The pre and post radiographs show the implants placement and reduction of the fracture.

Nova revisited us four weeks after her surgery for radiography to assess how the fracture is healing. The radiographs showed healing of the tibial tuberosity and cranial aspect of the tibial plateau growth plate. Nova can now start to gradually build up her activity levels and return to normal fitness.☺️🐾🐾

We wanted to share this lovely project put together by some of our team. At Anderson Abercromby we promote well-being an...
16/02/2024

We wanted to share this lovely project put together by some of our team.

At Anderson Abercromby we promote well-being and believe that our staff should feel appreciated .

We encourage our team to support one another.
We have our ‘Positivi-tree’ where members of the team can write messages to thank or write supportive messages to other team members ☺️💗

❤️ Happy Valentines Day ❤️Wishing all our patients and clients a Happy Valentines Day from the Anderson Abercromby Team ...
14/02/2024

❤️ Happy Valentines Day ❤️

Wishing all our patients and clients a Happy Valentines Day from the Anderson Abercromby Team

This is the handsome Bertie, he is a 5year old Sprocker Spaniel.Bertie is usually a very active dog, but when chasing a ...
30/01/2024

This is the handsome Bertie, he is a 5year old Sprocker Spaniel.

Bertie is usually a very active dog, but when chasing a ball, he fell awkwardly and became lame on his right forelimb.

Bertie was referred to us at Anderson Abercromby Referrals.
Veterinary Surgeon, Miranda examined Bertie and admitted him for radiography and surgery.

Radiographs showed a humeral fracture, Bertie was taken to theatre and Miranda reduced and stabilised the fracture with a 4.5mm transcondylar lag screw and a 2.4mm locking epicondylar anatomical plate (LEAP) was placed caudolaterally.
An area of comminution on the lateral epicondylar ridge was reduced and stabilised with a k-wire.

A bandage was placed post-operatively to help support and reduce post surgical swelling. Bertie was then discharged a couple days later and will now be rested at home for the next six weeks.

Bertie was a really sweet boy, he loved having a cuddle and also liked to ‘chat’ bless him 🥰

At Anderson Abercromby we want to contribute in supporting our community.One of our lovely veterinary nurses, Zoe, took ...
26/01/2024

At Anderson Abercromby we want to contribute in supporting our community.

One of our lovely veterinary nurses, Zoe, took a visit to Springfield Infant School to talk about working in a veterinary practice.

This is a great way of educating the younger generation and providing opportunities for personal development.

Handsome Teddy-bear is looking for a home 😍Teddy bear was rescued from Romania, as a puppy he was run over and left for ...
24/01/2024

Handsome Teddy-bear is looking for a home 😍

Teddy bear was rescued from Romania, as a puppy he was run over and left for dead 😔 Fortunately he was found in time and taken to a vets in Romania. He had a badly broken front leg which was operated on but after he was moved over to the UK he started to have complications and it had grown abnormally.

Teddy bear came to us at Anderson Abercromby and it was agreed the kindest thing to do would be to amputate his deformed leg.

He stayed with us for a few days and he has the most sweetest and gentle temperament after all he’s been through he really deserves his forever home 💗

Teddy bear is under the care of who are helping him to rest and recover after his operation and then to help him find a new home.

If you think this could be you , please check out or email [email protected]

Time for cuddles and kisses 😚😚This little cutie is Roxy having some TLC with nursing assistant Emily.Roxy is just 8 mont...
22/01/2024

Time for cuddles and kisses 😚😚

This little cutie is Roxy having some TLC with nursing assistant Emily.

Roxy is just 8 months old and was referred to us at Anderson Abercromby with a progressive lameness affecting her right hind.

She was admitted for radiography which showed sclerosis of the femoral neck (top of the femur) with remodelling of the femoral head (ball part of hip joint) . These findings are suggestive of avascular necrosis.

Avascular necrosis of the femoral head is otherwise known as Perthes disease.

Perthes disease ..
🦴Occurs in young small or toy breed dogs (most commonly terriers)
🦴Signs are normally seen in dogs from around 5-9 months of age
🦴Signs include progressive lameness, discomfort, reduced muscle mass and sometimes a shortening of the limb
🦴Causes in some cases can be trauma but more commonly hereditary
🦴The disease manifests by interrupting blood supply to the femoral head, the bone becomes necrotic (starts to die) due to the lack of bloody supply and therefore oxygen and nutrient delivery.
🦴Leg Perthes leads to a non-functional hip joint with a reduced range of movement
🦴It usually only affects one hip

Little Roxy underwent an operation where the femoral head was excised, this is removal of the femoral head allowing a ‘false’ hip joint develop from the surrounding scar and muscle tissue.

Roxy will be able to start physiotherapy and hydrotherapy to improve her outcome by strengthening her muscles which is advantageous to recovery in these cases.

Say hello to little Ruby ☺️Ruby is a one year old Bulldog who was referred to us as her owner had noticed she was showin...
19/01/2024

Say hello to little Ruby ☺️

Ruby is a one year old Bulldog who was referred to us as her owner had noticed she was showing lameness on her hind legs, she was also slower than usual when getting up and reluctant to jump up on the sofa.

Following a consultation, where she was examined and admitted for more investigations. Radiography was carried out, which showed joint effusion (fluid in the joint) and instability of the cranial cruciate ligaments in both of her knee joints.

Ruby underwent an anaesthetic and surgery, and the stifle (knee) instability was addressed via a slocum TPLO (tibial plateau levelling osteotomy)

Ruby stayed with us at Anderson Abercromby for a few days following her surgery so she could be kept comfortable. She received pain relief, cryotherapy and assistance to take those first steps to recovery.

Ruby was incredibly brave and we wish her all the best in her recovery and will see her back again in six weeks to monitor her progress

We received this lovely thank you for K9 Rescue for the items we donated to the Ukraine project 😊If you would like to ge...
17/01/2024

We received this lovely thank you for K9 Rescue for the items we donated to the Ukraine project 😊

If you would like to get involved and help out with this brilliant cause, check out K9 rescue’s website here ⬇️
www.k9rescue.international

The 15th of January is ‘Blue Monday’, a day referred to as ‘the most difficult day of the year’ , this may be a myth, bu...
15/01/2024

The 15th of January is ‘Blue Monday’, a day referred to as ‘the most difficult day of the year’ , this may be a myth, but mental health is real.

‘Blue Monday’ or otherwise renamed as ‘Brew Monday’ by Samaritans is a day to reach out and connect with family, friends and colleagues.

Let’s turn those blues around by using our faithful furry companions to support us.
Pets offer support in so many ways ..
🐾companionship
🐾routine
🐾allows you to meet new people
🐾unconditional and non judgemental love
🐾reduce anxiety

Say hello to Roxy 😍Beautiful little Roxy came back to visit us for some x-rays.Roxy is a 3 year old Maine C**n who was r...
11/01/2024

Say hello to Roxy 😍

Beautiful little Roxy came back to visit us for some x-rays.

Roxy is a 3 year old Maine C**n who was referred to us in November with a sacro-iliac luxation following a collision with a vehicle.
This is where there is separation of the ilial wing of the pelvis from the sacrum without fracture of either structure.

The luxation was reduced and stabilised with a 2.7mm cortical screw and washer and a trans-ilial 2mm Ellis pin.

📢 JOB OPPORTUNITY 📢Two of our lovely nursing assistants are flying the nest to go on to train as student veterinary nurs...
08/01/2024

📢 JOB OPPORTUNITY 📢

Two of our lovely nursing assistants are flying the nest to go on to train as student veterinary nurses, we wish them the very best of luck!

This means we are looking for ⭐️ VETERINARY NURSING ASSISTANT ⭐️ to join our Anderson Abercromby team!

Could this be you??
Hard working
Enjoy working as part of a team
Passion for animals
Previous experience desirable, but not essential as full training will be provided in house

You could be joining a small team of dedicated and highly qualified Veterinary Surgeons, Registered Veterinary Nurses and support staff who specialise in orthopaedic diagnosis and treatment.

As part of your role, you would be involved in:
Assisting the team with the day to day running of the practice
Caring, feeding, grooming and exercising our patients
Cleaning kennel room and clinical areas
Preparing and assisting in theatre
Laboratory work, including running blood screens
Restraining of patients for procedures
Cleaning and sterilising of orthopaedic surgical equipment.

This is a great opportunity for an enthusiastic individual with a passion for animal care. Anderson Abercromby is a referral orthopaedic practice which will bring a wealth of experience and interest for someone looking to broaden their horizons.
Every day is different and there are multiple opportunities to stimulate your learning and dive into a world of veterinary orthopaedics.

To get in touch, please send your CVs to: [email protected]

… And just like that it’s 2024! 🎉🌟Happy New Year to all our wonderful patients and clients 🌟We are kicking off the new y...
05/01/2024

… And just like that it’s 2024! 🎉

🌟Happy New Year to all our wonderful patients and clients 🌟

We are kicking off the new year with one of our handsome patients, Gordon.

Gordon is a 6year old German Shepherd Dog and he has returned to us for follow up radiography post surgical correction of a ruptured cruciate ligament.

And we would all agree he is BEAUTIFUL 🥰

21/12/2023

We just wanted to take the opportunity to say that we hope all our fantastic patients and clients have a wonderful Christmas and that Santa is on his way!

From all of us at Anderson Abercromby Veterinary Referrals we would like to thank you all for your continued support throughout 2023 and we wish you all a happy and healthy New Year.

It’s been a busy week at Anderson Abercromby, but it finished off with a visit from one of our lovely patients, Louie 💙L...
01/12/2023

It’s been a busy week at Anderson Abercromby, but it finished off with a visit from one of our lovely patients, Louie 💙

Louie, who is now 13years old, has been to referred to us on a number of occasions to see veterinary surgeons, Ralph Abercromby and Miranda Aiken. He is almost a regular.

Louis was first referred to us in 2015 with a luxated tarsal bone, then again in 2016 with a luxated tarsal bone on the opposite foot. In 2018 he presented to use with carpal varus (bowing of the feet making them point inwards) and lastly visited us in 2020 with a luxated shoulder following a fall down at the beach. So over the years, that is five operations!

Louie is one bionic dog and we always enjoy seeing him and his lovely owners 🥰

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