Doggy Friendly Beaches

Doggy Friendly Beaches

Queensland weather automatically conjures up images of white sandy beaches, blistering sun, and fish and chips. However, packing up your family for a day at the beach and having to wave goodbye to your dog’s sad eyes as you drive away can leave your otherwise...
Baclofen Toxicity – Keeva’s Story

Baclofen Toxicity – Keeva’s Story

Keeva the 2-year-old Irish Wolfhound X who presented to the Animal Emergency Service at Underwood one Sunday evening. She was brought in after her owners found her outside with their other dog and noticed she was acting abnormally. On arrival she was drooling and...
Meet Brittany – AES Client Care Representative

Meet Brittany – AES Client Care Representative

Life at Animal Emergency Service centres around our culture. We pride ourselves on our passionate and driven team, who are all connected and inspired by our mutual values. Meet Brittany – Vet Science student, Equine graduate, passionate animal lover, avid soccer...
How Leo the Cavoodle overcame a car accident

How Leo the Cavoodle overcame a car accident

Meet Leo, he’s a happy-go-lucky Cavoodle who always has a smile on his face. That is until one day when Leo was brought to Animal Emergency Service Jindalee in devastatingly bad shape after being hit by a car. Dr Deeanna Ho admitted and examined...
Top 4 Beach Dangers for Dogs

Top 4 Beach Dangers for Dogs

1. Salt Water Toxicity Salt toxicity or hypernatremia (excessive body sodium)  occurs when there is too much sodium in the blood. This Electrolyte (or body salt) imbalance occurs when there is excessive sodium in the body, or possibly a decrease in body water. How...
A Pet Owners Guide to Surviving the Festive Season

A Pet Owners Guide to Surviving the Festive Season

Christmas and New Years is one of the busiest times for veterinary emergency hospitals.  Watch as Dr Alex Hynes talks you through the most common reasons that pets are brought into us and how you can keep your pet safe this festive...