Rat Bait Is Dangerous!

Rat bait has become an increasingly popular choice for controlling rodents over the years due to the clean nature in which the poison works. Some types of rat bait are anti-coagulants, meaning that it works by causing uncontrolled internal bleeding. Rat...

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We love your pets

Here are our favourite momentsOur patients are pretty special, so we thought that we would share the most precious of memories with you. These are a collection of our favourite moments from our Vets and Nurses inside each of the hospitals here at Animal...

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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 the Cavoodle with...

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New Year’s Eve preparation for your pets

New Year’s Eve may be a time for celebration, but animal experts have urged people to keep their furry friends in mind on December 31. Animal Emergency Service Underwood director Dr Alex Hynes says the holiday season is one of the most dangerous for pets, with...

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LJ the Russian Blue and the gladiolus flower

LJ, the 2-year-old Russian Blue, was rushed to the Animal Emergency Service Gold Coast hospital collapsing at home. The culprit? Earlier in the day, he had ingested a small piece of gladiolus flower - a toxic plant for cats.   Many flowers can be toxic to cats if...

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How to Keep Your Pooch Cool – The Doggy Icy Pole

Create your precious pup their very own Doggy Icy Pole, by freezing a dog treat in some water in a container. This special treat not only keeps your dog hydrated while licking away at the icy pole but keeps them occupied as the ice takes its time to melt away.  What...

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