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Eye injuries in pets are true emergencies!!!

February 26, 2012


It has still been very steady at work which is great for a change. I have had a very interesting case load from routine general anaesthetics and dentals to working up a parrot with a non-weightbearing lameness to a behavioural consultation dealing with inter-dog aggression within the same household. Ah my line of work definitely never gets boring. […]

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“Major” update

January 13, 2012


What a day it has been. I walked into the clinic and there was this 3 weeks premature born cria (baby alpaca) that required urgent attention. It was so weak and struggling to breathe. We started with offering her aggressive supportive therapy-warming her up, passing a gastric tube to feed her and then even maintained her on some oxygen. She […]

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Defying the genetics!!

August 2, 2011


Meet Lilly & Rubin 🙂 I love this gorgeous pair! I bumped into them at the park once and Lilly would not have a bar of me. She would not get anywhere near me. On the contrary, Rubin was out and about, happily mingling with my dogs and just bouncing with joy. Unfortunately a week after […]

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