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Tag Archives: cats

Vets need holidays :-)

March 16, 2013

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I always feel terrible when I have to tell my clients I am going away as they unintentionally make me feel guilty about taking holidays. They ask questions like:

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Capping off 2012 with IFAW’s Animal Action Award

December 30, 2012

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On the 21st of November 2012, I attended the IFAW Australian Animal Action Award Ceremony…

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Eye injuries in pets are true emergencies!!!

February 26, 2012

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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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The big heat wave

January 28, 2012

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I have had a rather steady two weeks at work. However, my weekends have been rather interesting. Last weekend I threw Alana (my colleague at work) an 80’s dress up farewell party. She is off to the UK in February and I will miss her heaps. We have a great vet working relationship and have […]

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Big highs & lows

August 20, 2011

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This week has been a very interesting one. It was pretty hectic the first half but then it slowed down on thursday and friday. I think it got quiet because of the horrid rainy and windy weather. Lots of our clients either cancelled their appointments or simply rescheduled. It has also been a week full […]

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Must relax

August 4, 2011

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It sure has been a very hectic week and I am so glad I have a day off tomorrow. While I would just like to chill out and do absolutely nothing, I have a few lingering work issues that I need to tidy up before I can fully RELAX. I have so many amazing stories […]

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Beautiful inside out

August 3, 2011

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Tiger was my most prized being and the hardest decision I ever made was to leave her behind in Lebanon. It was not fair on her for me to drag her to Australia because she would have been quarantined for 6-12 months. She was a stunning cat, not just physically, but in her nature. She […]

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