– If you have a pet registered at Henlow Veterinary Centre with an emergency, please give call us immediately on 01462 416416
If you are not a client with a registered patient, then please contact your own vets and follow their guidelines for emergencies. All veterinary practices have to make provision to treat emergency cases, this may be at a different location to your normal appointments.
It is important to pay regular care and attention to your pet’s well-being as changes in normal behaviour can indicate to illness. Pets can be quite good at hiding their symptoms.
The following symptoms may represent a medical emergency. If your pet is showing any of these, it would be advised to contact the practice as soon as possible:
If you are concerned with other symptoms your pet has, please do not hesitate to call us as this list is a basic guide only.
Since moving to the UK he has been working in busy hospitals, while training for his certificate in order to ensure high surgical caseload. For the past 3 years he has been the lead surgeon for a large group taking surgical referrals from the other clinics within the group.
He has attended many international congresses and courses to be up to speed with the most recent techniques and has trained with some of the best surgeons in the field.
He enjoys all aspects of soft tissue and orthopedics, but has a special interest in minimally invasive surgery, BOAS (brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome) and traumatology.
He has a certificate in Advanced Veterinary Surgery and is an Advanced Practitioner in small animal surgery.