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Being a mobile vet is a great way to get outdoors but not so great in downpours like last weeks’!
Overall it was a little quiet, no one wants to do anything but stay by the heater and keep cosy, including our furry companions. For some of our pets though they still need some attention even in the rain and so out I went on some house calls to help (with my raincoat!).Read More
Bones are not all they cracked up to be. Over the years I have seen many dogs with damaged teeth from chewing on bones. Some of these teeth have required complete extraction which while an acceptable treatment, is not a desirable outcome.
More recently in my travels as a mobile vet I have seen a number of badly cracked teeth and I had to do some major dental surgery last week to remove one of these.Read More
One of the most important times in our pet’s lives is the end of their life. We all try not to think about it but unfortunately euthanasia is a decision that almost every pet owner has to face. We don’t let our pets suffer through intolerable pain and discomfort and we want them to live with dignity and respect. This is why we also want them to die with dignity and respect.Read More
Another week and another basketful of interesting and diverse patients.
There is an emergency condition called priapism whereby for neurological reasons or sometimes with excitement the penis becomes engorged and stuck and cannot withdraw back into the prepuce where it normally sits hidden.Read More
2011 has gotten off with a kick start and I’ve met many wonderful clients and their gorgeous pets, and had some great fun at local community events. Most recently I was involved with Woollahra Council’s “Puppies In The Park”, a morning of fun events and stalls. I had the pleasure of judging the “Best Trick” event and donated the first prize of a complimentary home consultation.Read More