Autumn – a season for disc disease

The number one son is back from the wilderness and has fixed my website so I can post again. Many people complain that Melbourne can have four seasons in one day. When the weather changes in autumn and Spring in colder climates, we tend to see more intervertebral disease and…

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It Won’t Work

I had another one of those this week. My client turned up very worried because the damaged tendon in her dog’s front leg was starting to contract. The carpus (wrist) wasn’t able to stretch out. To laser or not to laser To cut a long story short. The wrist was…

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Case of the month

A big shout out to the amazing vet nurse Ebony and to laser therapy.I’ve seen Randy for the last three and a half years for his arthritis after cruciate surgery. By the way, he is also 14 years old which is not bad for a Beagle x Labrador with diabetes….

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Happy Kukur Tihar (Day of the Dogs)

It was lovely learn from the news tonight that today is the Day of the Dogs. This is the second day of the five day Nepalese Hindu celebrations Deepawali. It is analogous to the festival of lights, the Indian Diwali. Dogs are honoured for their importance to humans in Hindu…

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