BUZZ WORDS IN BEHAVIOUR;EMPOWERING CLIENTS TO DESCRIBE THEIR PET.

More Joy, more Emotional Health-For Pets. Lucinda’s lovely post on our Facebook page this week got me thinking about Dachs and then thinking about Dogs in general then about Cats and then this new drive in Veterinary  Medicine ( courtesy of UK Specialist Dr Sarah Heath) about the Emotional Health and the Emotional Intelligence of our […]

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MATESHIP VET CLINIC FRIDAY MARCH 16TH

Mateship Vet Clinic Friday 16th of March. Do you know someone, or are you someone, who because of changing life circumstances has not be able to take your beloved pet to a vet in the last couple of years? Are you that genuine person who would never have an unpaid bill or take a service […]

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DOG Health Alert & Query: February 2018

DOG Health Alert & Query: There have been a small number of cases in dogs in our area since December that have fallen ill showing signs of passing jet black stools/faeces and vomit with flecks of fresh blood. A client has very kindly sent us some Spectacular Photos of the black stools; but as the […]

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OPEN LETTER ON STRAY DOGS and the Lies written on Social Media!

OPEN LETTER ON STRAY DOGS and the Lies written on Social Media! Following a series of defamatory comments on social media about our clinic, I would like to clarify some points in relation to Stray dogs and the Law as it applies to Vets etc. The Companion Animal Act does not allow you, a member […]

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Health Risks in Companion Pets Fed Raw Diets

The latest RMB news from an Australian Universityhttps://pursuit.unimelb.edu.au/articles/raw-chicken-linked-to-paralysis-in-dogs is that there is now another sinister disease linked to the feeding of raw bones. This peer-reviewed paper has just been published. By happenstance, vets coming from overseas noted a condition not uncommon here but rare to them. Investigations suggest the habit of feeding raw chicken may […]

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