- Meet Dr Ari
- Mobile Service Reach
- Pet Health Information
One of the advantages of being a mobile vet and travelling to see my patients is that it gives me time to reflect between consultations. I often drive along thinking about how skilled cats and dogs are at hiding health problems from their owners. Cats, who generally laze around the house all day anyway, are masters of deception. They can develop quite serious health problems without showing signs.Read More
Next to dentals and annual health checks the most common procedure vets perform is desexing ie. spey or castration of our dogs and cats, rabbits and even rats and other little critters sometimes.
As a mobile vet I am commonly asked to perform the desexing in the home, but it must be done in a hospital setting under anaesthesia and strict sterile conditions which I do at my base hospital.Read More
There has been a lot of media attention in the last few years around dog attacks on young children and no doubt it touches a deep cord in all of us. As a mobile vet in sydney I have been to several house calls where dogs have been aggressive, the worst case being where another dog in the house was killed in a dog fight.Read More
You wouldn’t know it’s summer with all the strange weather but the usual summer itching has begun as you would expect. This mobile vet has seen many itchy dogs and cats all with their own variations on the same theme – they’re all itchy and their owners are very frustrated!Read More
It must be the season because apart from the usual mobile vet services you would expect, I have donned one of my other hats and performed several “lion clips” on some very lush coated cats!
For those who don’t know what a lion clip is, have a look at the pictures to the side – you can be the judge! No matter how much I advise the clients how they will look prior to the procedure, they always get a shock.Read More