Overbreeding: A Major Animal Welfare Issue

Overbreeding: A Major Animal Welfare Issue

Overbreeding involves breeding an animal more than its body can safely handle resulting in detrimental health effects to the mother and her puppies as well as the overpopulation and subsequent euthanasia of many unwanted companion animals every year. The Health...
The AES Team did us proud at ANZCVS Science Week 2018

The AES Team did us proud at ANZCVS Science Week 2018

Australian and New Zealand veterinarians visit Queensland every year for  Science Week. This major education conference offers veterinarians programs about the latest in scientific and clinical updates from leading professionals and there’s also the highly...
Diabetes in Pets: Symptoms, Treatments & Complications

Diabetes in Pets: Symptoms, Treatments & Complications

Diabetes is a disease that most people have heard of but not a lot of people know that our pets can also become diabetic and it is actually a common illness that we treat. What is diabetes? Diabetes is caused by an abnormality in the way our bodies use sugar. The...
Raw Food Diets: What You Need to Know

Raw Food Diets: What You Need to Know

The question of what to feed our pets is one that veterinarians get often. There are so many options around and, just as with human diets, there are many studies out there showing the ‘benefits’ of different crazes so the information is constantly changing. One of the...
Tips for Keeping Your Pet Warm This Winter

Tips for Keeping Your Pet Warm This Winter

It’s time to crack out the dressing gown and Ugg boots in the morning. Gone are the days of pushing away a sweaty duvet cover, now we clutch to its warmth. For our furry friends, although they might score a sneaky morning snuggle, they begin to feel the winter chill...
AES and The 2018 Commonwealth Games

AES and The 2018 Commonwealth Games

It’s hard to believe the 2018 Commonwealth Games have been and gone. The logistics promoting our amazing city as a national and international tourism destination were certainly challenging but the accomplishments override those. We commend our veterinary colleagues...