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AVS holiday closures

Just a reminder regarding our biannual closure dates and information of other veterinary practices should you require assistance during these times. 2022 – Closed February 26th – March 7th / September 3rd – 12th We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause, however with us not getting any younger we feel it is our only […]

Jemima’s Story

Jemima, a 6 year old female Red Tailed Hawk (Buteo jamaicensis) presented last month as an emergency with haemorrhage from a cloacal prolapse. With the intestine, ureters from the kidneys and oviduct (egg tube) all meeting at the cloaca any of the above tissues can be involved in such a prolapse, as well as a […]

International Veterinary Conference and ‘Falcon Olympics’ in Qatar

In January, Richard was invited to speak at a conference titled ‘Veterinary Medicine for Falconry Century’ in Doha, Qatar. This event was a collaboration between the International in the 21st Association for Falconry and Conservation of Birds of Prey (IAF), The Algannas Society of Qatar which is a cultural association specializing in falconry and The […]

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