Dr Victoria returns from her Mission Rabies trip in Cambodia. Read about her amazing journey.
We know how important it is to ensure our dental health is always cared for at the highest level as we know the dangers of unhealthy teeth and gums. The same goes for our canine companions.
As of our you may already know, Dr Victoria will be taking two weeks of leave at the end of August to partake in a rabies vaccination drive and education campaign.
As the winter chill sets it, so does the risk of arthritis in our feline friends. Commonly known as osteoarthritis (OA) or degenerative joint disease, arthritis causes pain and inflammation as a result of abnormal changes in joint condition.
We humans take our teeth very seriously! Despite the dreaded visits to the dentist, nothing beats a pearly white smile. The same goes for our furry friends!
The other month you may have noticed the absence of Dr Colin's smiling face at Pascoe Vale; this is because he was jet-setting around the US trying to squeeze more facts into his little brain.
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.
Did you know that we hold two puppy pre-school classes at our clinic per week?
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’.