Dr Rob Webster and AusTick 2018

Dr Rob Webster and AusTick 2018

Veterinarians around Australia (and internationally) have no doubt heard of Dr Rob Webster especially those who treat Tick Paralysis. Dr Rob is one of the founders of Animal Emergency Service, a registered specialist in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care, and a...
Introducing Brisbane’s very own: Dr Brooke Schampers

Introducing Brisbane’s very own: Dr Brooke Schampers

What do testicular torsion, bird anesthetics and an emergency caesarean have in common? They are all part of the critical care treatment, Dr. Brooke Schampers gives to local pets and wildlife in need. As an emergency veterinarian, she is providing veterinary services...
Counting Down Our Top Three Easter Emergencies

Counting Down Our Top Three Easter Emergencies

Life in an emergency hospital is incredibly fast-paced and exciting. We love what we do, and the most satisfying part of our job is seeing your pets return home healthy. We do believe however, awareness and prevention is better than cure, so let’s countdown our top...
Introducing PICU – The Pet Intensive Care Unit

Introducing PICU – The Pet Intensive Care Unit

Similar to the intensive care unit of your local hospital, the Pet Intensive Care Unit (PICU) at Underwood is a highly specialized department providing urgent care to critically ill patients. Staffed around the clock, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year by our team of...

Killing with Kindness

The Importance of Maintaining a Healthy Diet and Lifestyle By Ashleigh Ehrmann There is no question regarding how much we, as Australians adore our pets. They are being treated more like children than ever before and nothing makes us happier than a well loved pet!...

Valentines Day Vs Toxic Flowers: Make the right choice

Valentines day: A day where we celebrate the purity of all that is love and romance! Historical customs of this particular day has men rushing about buying bouquets of flowers to surprise their significant others but this can be a deadly decision. A surprise for many...