Did you know that we hold two puppy pre-school classes at our clinic per week?
Keeping our pearly whites strong and healthy takes a lot of work. Brushing twice a day, flossing and the list goes on. Who doesn’t love a trip to the dentist twice (if we are really good) a year?
In August this year, Dr Victoria is on leave for two weeks to volunteer for Mission Rabies.
Ever wondered what your vet does outside of work? Maybe you’ve seen me swinging my leg over my bike (affectionately known as ‘Michael’) or flicking on my Garmin (‘Paskey’) in the car park at Pascoe Vale Veterinary Hospital as I set off on my 13 kilometre run home.
Ollie and Lily are the loveliest little poodle crosses that you’ll ever meet. Donned with ‘his’ and ‘hers’ harnesses and matching haircuts they are inseparable ‘twins’.
A warm welcome to Dr Victoria Cole who recently joined our Pascoe Vale Vet team. Victoria completed her veterinary studies in Cambridge, UK, taking an extra year to intercalate with a degree in conservation and ecology.
Jazzy is a 1 year and 11 month old female speyed domestic short haired cat who came to see us at Pascoe Vale Veterinary Hospital, because she had been vomiting and not eating (which is unusual for her) and she had been hiding under the bed.
Meet Oska, a 9-year-old Labrador, who was out on a walk and suddenly started shaking his head. He kept shaking his head all the way home and when his owners tried to touch his right ear he let out a little yelp.