Doing our part to keep pets, clients and our staff healthy during COVID-19 (coronavirus)1 April 2020
As the COVID-19 situation evolves, we are continually reviewing the resources we have available and the provision of services which are of most need to our clients and their pets.
Hip op beats Bailey's blues6 February 2020
We've transformed a lame Labrador's life following a double hip replacement.
"Outstanding" Paragon scoops four RCVS awards8 January 2020
Paragon has earned glowing praise from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RVCS) after being rated as outstanding in four different award categories.
Paragon takes double win at BVHA Design Awards11 December 2019
We're delighted to report we have lifted two prestigious industry prizes.
One-of-a-kind Brodie is a veterinary first10 December 2019
We think we've identified a veterinary first in Brodie, a humble one-year-old mongrel who may now be used as a leading light in scientific case literature.
Beloved pet dog survives run-in with giant barley awn11 November 2019
The owners of a fun-loving 10-year-old dog were left “gobsmacked” when a giant barley awn was found to be the cause of his persistent cough.
Diabetic Doris on the mend after intensive care at Paragon31 October 2019
This is Doris, who came to Paragon after a sudden onset of lethargy, reluctance to eat and excessive drinking. She was being treated by Vets4Pets in Worksop, who were worried she was significantly unwell and suggested she was referred.
Could your pet pooch be a lifesaver?21 October 2019
We're calling on owners to put their pooches forward to become potential lifesavers as we are planning to hold a Pet Blood Bank event in January.
New Paragon diplomate launches chronic pain clinic8 October 2019
The newest diplomate to join Paragon has added to our range of services by launching a chronic pain clinic.
Coughing and tachypnoea in a Cocker Spaniel4 October 2019
Dan Kenny, a surgical intern at Paragon Veterinary Referrals, invites Companion readers to consider the causes of coughing and tachypnoea in a Cocker Spaniel.