Canine Therapy: How Service Dogs Benefit People with Mental Disorders

It may seem unlikely that people with a mental illness as serious as bipolar disorder could be positively affected by trained therapy or service dogs and pets. But there’s a large body of evidence which indicates that dogs can help improve mental patients’ physical and psychological health, enhance their ability to interact socially and perform activities of [...]

By |2020-01-25T14:04:45+08:00August 13th, 2018|Behavioural Issues|0 Comments

Equine Cushings

For the month of April we are offering, in conjunction with Bohringer-Ingellheim, free ACTH testing for your horses and ponies! Yay! Free!… but wait… what is ACTH? Why should I test it? What is Equine Cushings? If you’re asking yourself these questions, read on to find out. What is Equine Cushings? Equine Cushings goes by [...]

By |2020-01-21T19:30:35+08:00April 11th, 2018|Diseases, Horses & Farm Animals|0 Comments

It’s Gettin’ Hot In Here…

Summer is has hit and as we crank up that air con it’s important to remember that our pets are feeling the heat too.  Heat stroke is a very serious but preventable condition, so grab a cool drink and read on for some hot facts and tips to help your furry friends this summer. The [...]

By |2020-01-25T14:41:04+08:00January 3rd, 2018|Diseases, Dogs|0 Comments

Our NEW V-Gel airway tubes – A safer anesthetic for Rabbits and Cats

Keeping a patient safe whilst under anaesthesia is a crucial part of surgery for our vet nurses and vets. For our smaller patients like cats and rabbits, it can be a bit trickier and the ET tubes used (similar to what are used in human medicine, that are inserted down the airway) can be too big [...]