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Unique Christmas Cards

Wednesday, October 25th, 2017

We are very excited by this year’s new Christmas card designs. It’s a cracker has been designed especially for us by Louise, a receptionist in the first opinion Small Animal Practice.  As well as being an animal lover, mother and busy receptionist and staunch supporter of the Langford Trust, Louise is a talented artist.  Louise persuaded her mother […]

Langford Trust Winter Newsletter

Thursday, December 15th, 2016

Check out more news from the Langford Trust by reading the winter newsletter.​ Click to download the newsletter

Steps towards prompt diagnosis of feline haemoplasmas

Thursday, December 15th, 2016

What are feline haemoplasmas? Feline haemoplasmas are small bacteria that cause haemolytic anaemia (destruction of red blood cells) in cats. Transmission is not fully understood but thought to involve blood-sucking parasites and/or aggressive contact. Haemoplasmas cannot be grown in the laboratory so studying their biology and interaction with the host immune system poses a unique […]

How important is research in veterinary nursing to animal welfare?

Thursday, December 1st, 2016

How important is research in veterinary nursing to animal welfare? Kate Sparksman, a veterinary nurse developing a new test for joint infections in dogs explains. I am a Registered Veterinary Nurse (RVN) and just over a year ago, with funding from The Primrose Trust, through the Langford Trust, I embarked on a Masters by Research […]

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Monday, November 28th, 2016

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Investigating the Immune Response to Feline Coronavirus

Tuesday, August 16th, 2016

What is feline coronavirus? Feline coronavirus is a virus that is present in almost all cat populations worldwide. In the majority of cats, feline coronavirus causes only mild disease and the cat will go on to recover completely. However, in a small proportion of infected cats, a deadly disease known as ‘feline infectious peritonitis’ will […]

Working towards identifying the receptor for Type 1 feline coronavirus

Monday, August 15th, 2016

What is feline coronavirus? Feline coronavirus is a virus that is present in almost all cat populations worldwide. In the majority of cats, feline coronavirus causes only mild disease and the cat will go on to recover completely. However, in a small proportion of infected cats, a deadly disease known as ‘feline infectious peritonitis’ will […]

Badminton 2016

Monday, August 15th, 2016

We were truly blessed with the sun on our backs this year and what a welcome change not to need wax coats or layers of wool. A busy five days with plenty of dogs ‘visiting’. We were overflowing during the exciting show jumping final; as I am sure everyone on the estate could hear!! As […]

Langford Equine Sports Medicine Centre

Wednesday, August 10th, 2016

At the Langford Equine Sports Medicine Centre we advise and treat a high number of competition and racehorses. Many owners and trainers prefer that information relating to their horses’ remain confidential and we consider it very important to protect that. As a result, most of our successes are not reported in the media. However, in […]

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