Casenotes Vol. 6 - Watch a keyhole spay operation
This week- an indepth look at what we do with a laparoscope, the problems with biting insects and vet nurse Danielle
We often get asked about the various ways of spaying (female neutering) a dog- so I made a video! The sun’s out (woohoo), but so are the insects (boo) so I’ve written a roundup on the common problems. Finally, Danielle is our vet nurse of the week.John

Video: How to neuter a female dog via keyhole surgery

Over the last few years keyhole surgery has become more and more popular. See what goes on behind the theatre door!

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Insects suck. Sometimes.

It’s that time of the year when insects start getting more active-¬†especially the bitey ones!¬†What’s a Blandford fly? How can I protect my rabbit from flystrike? Why do wasps want to expire in my drink? Most of your questions answered in our blog.

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Team Focus: Danielle English

I think we’ve got a wonderful team, and for the next few weeks I’m going to tell you a bit more about them. It’s Vet Nurse appreciation month, and this week we talked to Danielle:”I qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2013 and have worked in veterinary practices for over 10 years.I always knew I wanted to be a veterinary nurse for as long as I can remember. I enjoy all aspects of my job but I especially enjoy looking after the inpatients and helping to nurse them back to health. I also like to build a bond with the patients and their owners and am very keen on nurse consultations and being able to offer help and advice to clients.I have a keen interest in canine behaviour and am currently undertaking a course to develop my knowledge in this area – the course really interesting and I look forward to completing it.Over the years I have come across many stray animals which I have taken home to nurse and hand rear – some which I have ended up keeping!! As a nurse, this seems to be part of the job :)I love my job and I find it very rewarding – animals never fail to put a smile on my face”