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Kennel cough in dogs

Kennel cough in dogs

Firstly let us clear up a myth - Kennel Cough does not only occur in dogs that reside in or have visited kennels!
We get asked on a daily basis if dogs need to be vaccinated against kennel cough. If your dog has potential contact with other dogs, then YES Absolutely! 

April 21, 2016 0 Comments
Pancreatitis in dogs and cats

Pancreatitis in dogs and cats

Pancreatitis can literally be a pain in the guts for our pets- amongst other things! Being quite an agonising condition that unfortunately occurs commonly in both our dogs and cats. Pancreatitis involves inflammation of the pancreas which can occur suddenly or can reoccur over a period of time.

April 20, 2016 0 Comments
Rat Bait Toxicity in Animals

Rat Bait Toxicity in Animals

When people think of rat bait poisoning we often think of poisoning to dogs and maybe cats. In reality many species are affected by rat bait poisoning, our vets have been involved in the management of many animals including horses who helped themselves to a nice feed of ratbait! Rat bait is also a relatively common cause of poisoning and death in native animals such as ...
March 23, 2016 0 Comments
Australian Stringhalt in Horses

Australian Stringhalt in Horses

Stringhalt is characterised by a change in hind leg gait where there is exaggerated flexion of the hind legs when moving. Either a single or both legs are affected. Occasionally the front legs or other parts of the body may also be affected, such as the larynx, which can lead to problems breathing. 

February 11, 2016 0 Comments
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