Vet Related

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Covid-19 is creating widespread panic and fear across the world. more

Canine parvovirus is a viral disease that affects dogs. It was first reported in early 1978. Parvovirus is capable of causing two different sets of clinical problems. more

Vestibular Disease

14th Jan, 2020
You come home from work and suddenly find your dog off balance, with its head to the side, walking in circles. He doesn’t seem excited to see you. more

Your healthy, happy dog is running around, happy as can be, when suddenly one of their legs gives in. more

My precious dog, Kylie, has recently been diagnosed with diabetes. This has been an extremely stressful and overwhelming experience for both of us. more


30th Jul, 2019
What is Spondylosis, you ask? Let me start by explaining the normal spine. more


28th May, 2019
What happens when a dog is in season? A normal, unspayed dog goes through hormonal cycles. While the dog’s in heat (this generally happens twice a year), the female is receptive to mating. more

My dog Daisy has severe halitosis (smelly doggy-breath) and has been booked in at my vet next week for a dental descale/polish (and possibly some extractions). more

Kennel Cough

29th Jan, 2019
We went away over the Christmas period and boarded our dog Harvey at the local kennels. He needed to be up to date with his regular vaccinations, and he also had to be vaccinated against kennel cough. more

Gastric Dilation Volvulus (GDV) is commonly called bloat, but this is not just a case of “feeling bloated” as you would after a heavy meal; this is a very serious, life-threatening condition that requires immediate intervention by a veterinary practitioner. more

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