Vet24 is ASAVA Accredited

October 18, 2017 - by Gemma Davis - in Uncategorised

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Vet24 has blitzed it’s ASAVA inspection to become an accredited ASAVA Hospital of Excellence.    ‘The ASAV Hospital Accreditation Scheme recognises companion animal practices that achieve the highest levels of quality health care and practice management in innovative, state-of-the-art hospital facilities. ASAV Accredited Hospitals set a benchmark to inspire other small animal practitioners when assessing

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The Desexing Debate

October 03, 2017 - by Gemma Davis - in Uncategorised

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The Benefits of Desexing… By Doctor Rowena Buxton  Most pet owners in Australia recognise the benefits of desexing their pets.  According to a survey by the Australian Veterinary Association over 90% of cat owners and close to 80% of dog owners voluntarily have their pets desexed. The RSPCA promotes desexing as an essential part of

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Is My Dog Stressed?

September 22, 2017 - by Gemma Davis - in Uncategorised

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Stress?  What stress?  A dog’s life is no longer the life of grind, an unhappy existence, full of problems or unfair treatment.  In fact, if Pinterest and Youtube are the lenses through which we see the modern dog, life looks pretty good.  Burberry coats in winter, surfboarding in summer, booties when the ground is rough

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Vet24 Joint Health Care Program

August 22, 2017 - by Gemma Davis - in Uncategorised

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Vet24 are excited to introduce a 4 week program designed for your pet’s long term joint health…  The joint health program at Vet24 has been designed to help pets, educate owners and provide ongoing joint disease management. This program is not only for geriatric pets. It will suit pets with previous injuries, a very active

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Common Xylitol Toxicity in Dogs

August 11, 2017 - by Gemma Davis - in Uncategorised

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What is Xylitol ? Where can your dog find it? What will happen if your dog ingests it? Dr Tina Walder joins us to answer these questions and give you important information about this common, deadly toxin.    Xylitol is an artificial sweetener (a sugar substitute). It is used, for example, to help with weight

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Is My Cat Stressed?

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Have you ever asked yourself the question – Is my cat stressed? What are the signs? What are the health risks? Dr Rowena has joined us to explain the signs of stress and anxiety in cats. She is also going to explain the affects on feline health that stress and anxiety may have…. Stress can

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Stress Less at the Vets

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Author – Registered Nurse Sharon Roddick, Vet24 A visit to the vets can be a very stressful event for all involved. Many factors contribute to anxiety surrounding the vet visit. The car ride, the smells sights, and sounds, and not to mention the scary vet themselves! So how can we make the visit easier on

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Dirty Dinners

July 25, 2017 - by Gemma Davis - in Uncategorised

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Of all the embarrassing past times in the canine day, scoffing down a little fresh faeces could be the most disturbing for dog owners. This dirty dinner habit is not only gross but can also be confusing for owners. So why do they do it?! and what can you do to stop them?  Let’s start

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DNA Tests – Information or Entertainment?

July 19, 2017 - by Gemma Davis - in Uncategorised

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Dr Rowena Buxton In parks around the world dog enthusiasts have developed a hobby that transcends geographical boundaries. Veterinarians, breeders and pet owners alike cheerfully participate in “Name that Breed”, a game becoming ever more popular as the adopted and rehomed pet slowly nudges the purebred off the couch. DNA testing, a technology now familiar

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