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Keeping pets, clients and our team healthy during COVID-19

We are working safely to provide routine, urgent and emergency care for all patients. To…

17th July 2021

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New flagship referral hospital to open in 2022

Highcroft Referrals is excited to share plans to move to a new state-of-the-art Specialist veterinary…

7th July 2021

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Exciting developments within Highcroft referrals exotics service

We are very excited to announce the introduction of some key changes to the way…

7th April 2021

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Full-time Specialist ophthalmology referrals at HVR

We are very happy to welcome James Histed, American and RCVS Specialist in Ophthalmology and…

4th February 2021

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Coronavirus and your pets

As the situation may change over time, we may issue further updates in due course.…

6th March 2020

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SignVideo service for deaf clients

We are delighted to announce a new SignVideo service for our deaf clients who use…

3rd February 2020

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Highcroft’s new Internal Medicine team

The internal medicine team at Highcroft Referrals has undergone a fair bit of change in…

1st September 2018

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Encephalitozoon cuniculi

What is it? It’s a tiny organism that primarily infects rabbits but may also be…

3rd November 2017

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Insulinoma in your ferret

Insulinoma or pancreatic beta cell tumor is an abnormal growth of the pancreas that secretes…

20th October 2017

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Four thoughts on investigating an osteolytic bone lesion

1. Do I need to take a bone biopsy? Why not do an FNA? Fine needle…

19th October 2017

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A dog with circulating “atypical” lymphocytes; Is it a lymphoma or a leukaemia?

Receiving a haematology report which shows that a dog has “atypical lymphoid cells” in circulation…

18th October 2017
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COVID-19 Update

Our practices are open and providing routine, urgent and emergency referral care for your patients. We continue to work safely with social distancing and a combination of telephone consultations and on-site examinations. GP vets should contact our referral centres directly for clinical advice on cases.