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Many animals come through the Clinic's wards requiring urgent veterinary treatment. Here you can follow some of these patient's stories...

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Barney’s Fighting Gets Him Into Trouble

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

WARNING: This article contains some graphic images which you may find disturbing.

Barney was brought into the clinic by his very concerned owner. He had been missing for five days and returned with a huge swelling on the side of his face. An examination revealed that Barney had a very large and uncomfortable cat-bite abscess.


Peter’s Palate Problem

Thursday, July 30th, 2009

Peter, a stray black and white cat, was found lying semi-conscious in the road - he had obviously been hit by a car and was bleeding profusely from his mouth. The lady who discovered him rushed him straight into our RSPCA Clinic, knowing that his only hope would be immediate veterinary attention. (more…)

Rosie and her very uncomfortable problem

Tuesday, March 31st, 2009

Rosie’s owners brought her to the clinic as she had been urinating frequently and only passing small amounts. She had now started going in the house and passing blood and they were very worried. The vet could tell what the problem was as soon as he handled Rosie’s belly – it felt like she had eaten a bag of pebbles!! (more…)

Wildlife Patients - A Swan in Distress

Tuesday, February 17th, 2009

The Clinic treats quite a lot of ill or injured swans, mainly from the Docks and other Bristol water-ways. This one, however, came from a bit further a-field, and was of particular interest to Damian Pacini, our Senior Veterinary Officer. (more…)

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