Brachycephalic Airway Obstructive Syndrome (BOAS) Lecture
At The Neighbourhood Vet we are constantly striving to provide both you and your pets with that little something extra. We are embarking on a series of evening seminars, especially for owners. This will be a series of three events, each with a specific focus, giving you that little bit of extra knowledge to keep your pet fit and healthy.
The topic for the first of these seminars is “Brachycephalic Airway Obstructive Syndrome” (BAOS). Now before you start yawning, and I start getting technical, the reason this is important for you is that certain breeds (Pug, French Bulldog, Bulldog, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and Shih Tzu) are at higher risk of this syndrome, which has been the topic of a lot of public debate over the past 3 months.
This seminar should help you understand the disease, identify if your pet is at risk or already affected and educate you on the many different options for treatment. To help us give you the most up to date information we have invited specialist surgeon Dr James Creasey. BVSc(Hons) CertSAS MRCVS to speak. He will also be available at the end for you to discuss any concerns you may have.
We’d love to see you at this event. Spaces are limited and it’s first come first served, so please register your interest now.
Thursday 4th August at the Clock House pub (over the road from our surgery)
7.30pm, for an 8pm start
Light refreshments provided
Please register your interest by filling out the form below. Spaces are limited, so if you find that you can no longer attend, please do drop us an e-mail, or call, so that we can open up your booking for another client.