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Canine overbite treatment

Delta is a lovely little poodle acquired by one of our staff. At her first visit, our vets noted she had an “overbite”. Technically speaking we would call this a class III malocclusion where there is a relative elongation of the lower jaw. As both human and animal dentistry have advanced, we now know that…
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Insect bites

Lexi is a curious one year old German Shepherd who loves to play and discover new things but to her dismay insects did not want to play with her. Lexi gave her owners quite a fright when, after a morning in the yard, she suddenly had a very swollen right eye and muzzle. This is…
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Boxer ulcers

If you know who Jimmy Carruthers is then it should come as no surprise that this handsome boxer is named Carruthers! Carruthers visited us at Uni Vets Camden a few weeks ago because his eye was looking rather red and quite teary. We stained the eye in order to investigate the possibility of an ulcer,…
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Heart disease

Heart disease is a common condition seen at Uni Vets Camden. It can present as either congenital (from birth) or acquired (later in life), however acquired cases are more common. Acquired heart disease most often involves either the valves of the heart or the heart muscle itself. Animals can also present with issues with their…
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