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Discover How Partially Torn Cruciates in Dogs are Treated with Regenerative Medicine Modern Medicine is certainly changing the ways to treat early stage cruciate (CCL) injuries in dogs but the key to avoiding surgery (if that's what you prefer) is by identifying the...
What to Do - And - Not to Do when You Find a Stray Animal After reading a highly inaccurate story on a Local Facebook Group involving a Stray Dog and Our Practice - we thought it important to present the real facts and Laws that govern how stray animals need to be...
Underwater Treadmill or Hydrotherapy is not a complete Rehabilitation Program We get regular enquiries from people who have been advised to book their dogs in for Underwater Treadmill therapy to assist in recovery after orthopaedic surgery or other musculo-skeletal...
Why Best Practice can't compete with Low Cost Vet Care In these times when many budgets are tight it's only natural to try and get the best price for anything we buy. Whether that be groceries, phone services, Clothing, Car repairs, Hairdressers, products, Insurance...
If it's one thing that always deeply gets to us it's the suffering or death of any animal that could have been so easily avoided. This story reflects just one of these situations that we see - more often that we should. Hopefully, by publishing this story we can help...
Why You Should Consider a Musculoskeletal Assessment Your horse going lame is one of the more frustrating things that can happen, especially if you have a weekend of riding planned with your friends or a competition you're training for. Horses can go lame for many...
Is Anaesthesia - Free Dentistry the Right choice for Your Pet? Since being introduced in Australia - Anaesthesia Free Dentals are becoming a popular option for people who don't want their pet going under Anaesthesia. That being said - there doesn't seem to be a lot of...