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Brachycephalic Syndrome In Dogs

Smooshy Face Dogs – What’s Not to Love about Them

Smooshy faced (brachycephalic) dogs are just so darn cute with a wiggly body outwardly matching their lovable personality. However – this cute squishy face comes at a cost.

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Pet Holiday Care

Who takes care of Your Pets while you’re on Holidays?

When you’re a pet parent you know all too well that when planning your holiday you also need to make arrangements for your pets to be taken care of while you’re away.

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Vet Emergency

What is a Pet Emergency on Weekends and Public Holidays?

With most vets being closed or offering only “Emergency Consultations” or “Urgent Veterinary Care” on weekends and Public Holidays – what exactly does that mean for me?

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X Rays Dog

Your Pet’s X-Rays. Why Quality Matters.

When you’re advised by your vet that your pet needs X-Rays – you’re probably not thinking about much else other than worrying about what’s going to show up on them.

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Veterinary Prescriptions

Pet Medications – Online Prescriptions

In today’s world you can buy almost anything online and Your Pet’s Medications are no exception.

However – there are strict rules and procedures that need to be followed in order for you to buy these directly from online Pharmacies.

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Keyhole Gastropexy For Dogs

Gastropexy – Avoiding Dangerous Bloat in Dogs

Would You Consider Your Dog having an Elective Procedure if you knew it could prevent Dangerous Bloat? Bloat – most people know about it but not everyone knows how dangerous it can actually be. In veterinary speak we call it GDV (Gastric Dilatation Volvulus) – also known as twisted stomach or gastric torsion. How does…

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Desexing Dogs

Traditional or Keyhole Dog Spey Method?

This post is for informed Dog owners who have already researched the facts supporting the preservation of hormone producing ovaries.

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Vosm Australia

The Revolutionary Way to Treat Partial CCL Tears in Dogs

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 small signs your dog shows that a full injury is on its…

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What To Do When You Find A Stray Pet

Stray Animal Policies and Why Vets are not Pounds

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 dealt with.…

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Cheap Desexing

The Truth Behind Cheap Vet Fees

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 premiums or anything else – we all look to compare providers…

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