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Loola's car accident resulting in a tail amputation

Loola's car accident resulting in a tail amputation

Brave Pet of the Month: March 2017

Loola is a five and a half year old Border Collie who came to the Windaroo Veterinary Surgery Animal Hospital to see Dr Lisa Roberts, as one afternoon after she had accidently been run over by a four-wheel-drive. When she came in, Loola was walking quite timidly, with her tail down between her legs. Fortunately she did not appear to be in shock, and didn’t seem to have any injuries to her chest or abdomen, but Dr. Lisa thought she may have a fractured tail or ‘tail pull’ injury, which is usually far more common in cats.

The first night Loola was given pain relief to keep her comfortable, and she was instructed to have bed rest with the plan of having x-rays the following day.

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Check out our new premises and state-of-the-art equipment

Check out our new premises and state-of-the-art equipment

New Build picture gallery

Happy New Year! If you haven't yet had the opportunity to view our brand new Animal Hospital, we wanted to share our latest interior and exterior pictures. The landscaping has made an impact to the exterior appearance, while the handmade cabinetry and custom equipment looks right at home. Thank you to all our valued and new clients for making us feel right at home here in Bahrs Scrub. 

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Molly's bladder stone recovery

Molly's bladder stone recovery

Brave Pet of the Month: January 2017

Molly is a 9 year old Shih Tzu presented to the WVS Animal Hospital just before Christmas with blood in her urine. Her urine test showed that she had a significant urinary tract infection and Molly was given a two week course of antibiotics.

When Molly came back for her recheck two weeks later, she still had blood in her urine. Dr. Lisa was concerned that Molly might have a bladder stone or tumour in her bladder that was causing the irritation and inflammation. A quick radiograph of Molly’s abdomen showed two large bladder stones. 

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Does your pet need a New Years Resolution?

Does your pet need a New Years Resolution?

Post Christmas obesity blues

Did your pet over-indulge this festive season and is looking a little rounder around the middle? 

Studies have shown that between 33% to 44% of pets are overweight and this scary statistic is continuing to increase!

Factors that influence or contribute to obesity in animals include:

  • Breeds: such as Labradors, dachshunds, cocker spaniels and beagles. Plus more...
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Spring allergies in dogs

Spring allergies in dogs

How to know if your pet is allergic?

One of the most common reasons for a pet to go to a vet is for skin complaints. Spring and Summer are the worst times. Skin problems can be recurring and one of the most frustrating diseases for both owners and their pets!

Many skin complaints present in a similar way: hair loss, itching and sores. The aim of the Veterinarian is to find the cause, as then a treatment plan can be made. Careful listening to the history and a thorough examination of the whole pet is vital.

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