We are holding a FREE client information evening based on the subject of
‘BOAS – Brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome’
This is designed to make you, as pet owners, more informed on the symptoms and ways in which we can help.
Brachycephalic breeds have a short head and usually have a normal lower jaw and an abnormally short upper jaw. In turn they are predisposed to upper airway obstruction and respiratory distress.
Common breeds that may be affected are: Pug, Boston Terrier, French Bulldog, Bulldog, Pekingese, Shih Tzu, Japanese Chin and Boxer.
Archibald and Ozzy’s BOAS surgery stories can be found in our case studies section or why not read our BOAS blog written by our Sevenoaks Head Veterinary Surgeon, Penny Barnard-Brown in the News & Blogs section.
This FREE information evening will be held by our Sevenoaks Head Vet, Penny Barnard-Brown.
The date for your diary is Wednesday 24th April and the talk will start at 8pm.
This is to be held at The Meopham Veterinary Hospital.
Spaces are limited so to book your place please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact one of our branches.