Contact Us Please get in touch with us if there’s anything you need for your pet. We are available 24/7 for emergencies and can provide overnight hospitalization if necessary. Address 2394 Plenty RdWhittlesea, IN 3757 Phone (1300) 838-254 Hospital Hours Mon – Fri: 8:00 am – 8:00 pmSat – Sun: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm…

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Soft Palate Surgery Bulldog Breed

Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway (BOAS) Surgery in Brachycephalic Dogs If one of your fur babies is a Pug, Bulldog, Frenchie or any other “squishy face” breed, you probably already know something about Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome (BOAS) caused by their unique internal skull structures that make these breeds different from their long nose relatives. 👉 If…

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Hydrotherapy for Dogs

Underwater Treadmill or Hydrotherapy for Dogs 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 (hydrotherapy) to assist in recovery after orthopaedic surgery or other musculo-skeletal conditions. While aquatic therapies such as Underwater Treadmill (UWTM) or pool swimming can…

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Dog Cruciate Surgery Rehabilitation

  What You Need to Know when Your Dog needs Cruciate Surgery If you’re like most people your first question is likely to be, “Well Doctor, How much is that going to cost”? However – although cost is important, it’s not the only question you should ask. Why? As people who get asked “How much…

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The changing face of Brachycephalic Breed dogs – Bulldogs, Pugs, Frenchies & Boxers Breeds such as Pugs, Bulldogs, French bulldogs and Boxers are prone to a range of health problems, many of which are related to their short skulls and other characteristic features. Breeding over the years has changed skeletal structures in their skulls resulting…

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Veterinary Diagnosis

Why understanding the difference between Symptomatic Treatment and a Diagnosis is important When we first see a sick or unwell animal it’s not uncommon to take the approach of treating the symptoms and seeing how your pet responds to that treatment. The purpose of this being to remove any immediate pain or discomfort your pet…

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Dog Rehabilitation Surgery

Are you prepared for your dog’s spinal surgery aftercare? Spinal surgery can cost several thousands of dollars however that cost is often only part of the cost that you may be looking at if your dog needs intensive aftercare rehabilitation. While some dogs recover fairly quickly with little aftercare other than confinement and simple daily…

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