Chocolate toxicity

It’s Easter! For most people that means chocolate!Unfortunately, our canine companions also like the taste of chocolate which can make them very sick and even be deadly for them.Signs of…

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Hookworms

With the wet weather around at the moment, we have seen an increase in the amount of dogs affected by intestinal worms. In particular, hookworms are taking their toll with…

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Heat stroke

Heat stroke, or heat stress, is not something to be taken lightly. This can be a life threatening condition and unfortunately, in our tropical climate, it is something we see…

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Parvovirus myths

There are many myths floating around social media about Parvovirus at the moment, we thought we would try and dispel a few. 1.  Parvo is in the soil for 10…

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Paralysis ticks

With the colder weather comes paralysis tick season. These ticks are carried into our yards by native animals, which are not really affected by them. However, our dogs and cats are.Signs of…

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Comfortis for Cats

Exciting News! We have been recommending the use of Comfortis for flea control in dogs for a couple of years now. It is a once monthly, palatable tablet that kills…

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ABC Open Video

We have recently been involved in the production of a short video on rural vets for ABC OPEN. Many thanks to Laurie Ann King for her amazing efforts in putting…

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Merry Christmas

From Bec, Steph and all our dedicated staff, we wish all our clients and pets a very merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Remember this time of year is very festive…

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Snakebites are on the rise

For the month of August (2013) we admitted 8 animals with snakebites. Most of these have been Eastern Browns, although we have also had a Whip snake and unfortunately, 1 Taipan…

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