Parvovirus — What is it?

You have probably been vaccinating your pets annually or tri-annually, but do you know what diseases are you actually preventing with these vaccinations? One disease that is covered by the vaccinations is Parvovirus, which is a small non-enveloped DNA virus. In other words — It is a highly infectious virus that attacks the gastrointestinal tract […]

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Equine Reproductive Services

We are pleased to announce an expansion of our equine reproductive services. We now have a team of vets and nurses ready to answer any questions about your breeding plans. We offer services to assist with live cover breeding, as well as select artificial insemination for chilled semen. We work alongside our colleges as Canberra […]

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Heartworm

How is it spread?The Heartworm larvae is spread by mosquito bites. If a mosquito sucks blood from an infected animal and then feeds from your dog or cat, it may become infected. Why is it dangerous?Heartworms interrupt blood flow and can cause congestive heart failure (CHF), or sudden death. Heartworm disease is difficult to treat […]

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Feline AIDS

Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) is the virus that can lead to AIDS in our treasured feline friends. Unfortunately symptoms of cat that may have FIV are not obvious, that’s why we recommend testing. Once a cat becomes infected with FIV there is an unknown length of time before they will start to become unwell and show signs and symptoms. […]

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