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How to cast a cow

02/09

There were two quite distinct camps at vet school. The large animal crew, and the smallies mob. The large animal ones (I used to be one, back in the day) tended to favour redwing boots, wrangler jeans, and large felt

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A Grumpy Rotti

31/08

I have been seeing an old, grumpy Rotti over the last month or so. “I’m worried about his eye- it’s always full of thick, gunky green stuff, even when i clean it out regularly,” his mum told me. He, a

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An Old, Old cat

31/08

“She’s very old, and she just doesn’t seem to be going so well…” I could see that. She was simply skin and bones, and her whole body had locked up with arthritis- she could hardly move her head, as she

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Sand colic

27/08

I first worked as a vet in practice in Western Australia, around the area of Bunbury. It was sandy, sandy, sandy country. My dog at the time (Tally, a crazy and wonderful staffy) excavated huge holes in the sand of

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Crazy Cat Ladies

26/08

I had one lot of clients in Townsville who were.. a bit different. Two older ladies, living together in a tired old queenslander cottage. I’d often get 3 or 4 phone calls from them before they’d finally get me around

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“Thank Goodness for Dr Edward, the Home Visit Vet. Convenient, affordable, professional, and most importantly my pets are seen in a stress free environment. Thanks so much, from all of us.”

~ Sandi Wickman