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Near Drowning Emergency

May 19, 2017 - by Gemma Davis - in Uncategorised

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Bentley is a gorgeous 10 week old french bulldog puppy and last weekend he fell into the family swimming pool. Drowning is a real danger for children and pets in WA where around 18% of dwellings have a swimming pool in the backyard. Bentley was extremely lucky, a family member heard the splash when he

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Samantha and Bianca take on America

- by Gemma Davis - in Uncategorised

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Two of Vet24’s nurses – Samantha (our Nursing Coordinator) and Bianca (Veterinary Nurse) are currently studying to become Nutritional Consultation Nurses. This training course is provided by Hill’s Pet Nutrition and takes 2 years to complete, it has a major focus on how nutrition can assist with managing disease in dogs and cats. At Vet24

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Doggy Drowning Danger

- by Gemma Davis - in Uncategorised

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Teaching your dog to swim could save its life. Around 18% of homes in WA have swimming pools, our coastline is dotted with dog beaches and new suburbs are popping up everywhere, landscaped with lakes and ponds. We regularly discuss the risks of children drowning but very rarely the risks of dogs drowning, this may

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Is Your Dog Itchy?

- by Gemma Davis - in Uncategorised

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Is your dog itchy? It may sound like a silly question, but how do you know if your dog is itchy?  Signs your dog may be itchy include the following. Scratching Red skin, eyes or ears, with or without sores or smell present Brown stained fur Head shaking Licking or sucking – belly, paws, legs,

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A Vet24 Weight Loss Case Study

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A Nutritional Case Study – Case study by Hill’s Nutritional Nurse Consultant Nurse Bianca Martari-Chester, Vet 24 Balcatta, Veterinary Hospital, Western Australia.  Veterinary nurses of today play a vital role in the health of your patients and the success of your practice. There are so many ways to utilize the skills of veterinary nurses, which will

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