As part of the investigation we performed a blood test which revealed an increase in her kidney enzymes and abnormal electrolyte levels (an increase in her blood potassium and a reduction in her blood sodium levels). These changes on a blood profile can indicate kidney disease but can also indicate a condition called hypoadrenocorticism or
Poppy’s Diagnosis It was clear that the leg was broken so her owners rushed Poppy to their local vets. They examined her to make sure she had no other injuries and then took some radiographs of the leg. Poppy had fractures of her radius and ulna, one of the bones had penetrated the skin. A bandage
Jess was rushed into the practice one afternoon having collapsed. She had been quiet for the preceding few days and then had suddenly collapsed that morning.
Battling poor access, they hauled the terrified cat from the water and rushed him to the vets, soaked and freezing cold. Dewsbury-based firefighter Andrew Lindley said: “He had no strength left to get himself out. He’d had enough.” His rescuers and staff at Calder Vets in Savile Town think the young black and white moggy
Heidi’s Deformed Leg Fundraising as already started and the initial part of her treatment as begun. On Thursday 29th of November 2012 Heidi was given a sedation and CT images where taken of her deformed leg. The pictures where then converted into a 3D image and sent to a company in America where a replica
We are pleased to announce we have expanded our service by opening branches at Denby Dale and Penistone. Previously owned by McCarthy and Associates, the premises are undergoing significant modernisation. Calder Vets Denby Dale 424-426 Wakefield Rd Denby Dale Huddersfield HD8 8QD Tel: 01484 865845 Opening Hours: Mon & Wed 8.30am – 7.30pm Tues, Thur, Fri