*Vet Nurse Awareness Month*

How could we not be aware of our Jade? From the outset of us outlining our plans for VetCW (her first question “When do I start?) she has been 100% committed to providing top quality care for our patients and getting the business off to a flying start. She not...

Buddy sustained a nasty fracture

Meet Buddy, a 5month old Chihuahua puppy, weighing in at a grand total of 2.6kg, (and two thirds of that is his ears!). This little dude took a tumble and sustained a particularly nasty fracture to his foreleg, his bone breaking out at his growth plate, just...

Lovely cases and happy news

Over the last week we’ve done double practice visits each day, visiting our regular hosts for new cases, operations and 2week/6week post-op reviews, and then travelling on to see urgent cases each day- fractures and pressing soft-tissue cases. Urgent surgeries...

Meet Mister

Meet Mister! We saw this cutie on Tuesday to place a humeral intercondylar screw. Spaniels of all types are prone to developing a small fissure in their humerus (upper arm bone), which can catastrophically fail and result in a fracture of the elbow joint. Placing a...

Always moving forward!

Always moving forward! Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is a requirement of our veterinary governing body, and an essential component in us providing the best care for pets and their owners. Today Colin and Lizzy are learning about a cutting edge method for...

A frisky last couple of days

A frisky last couple of days for us at VetCW Surgical Team, with routine visits to Animal Vets, Hayle and Vets4Pets Falmouth, plus two urgent fracture cases at Monument Vets, Redruth. So… Reggie (below) is happy that his fractured elbow is now locked back...