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For Happy, Healthy Pets... Always with Dr Liz
For Happy, Healthy Pets... Always with Dr Liz

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Musings of Dr Liz - Welcome to 2018, and Goodbye to 2017
2018 - we welcome your arrival. We have alot of high hopes for  you this year, as after all, you are very very special year. You are the year that converts Russell Vale Animal Clinic into "Celebrating 20 years" fever! 2018 - you have to deliver! You are not...
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Musings of Dr Liz - Welcome to 2018, and Goodbye to 2017
2018 - we welcome your arrival. We have alot of high hopes for  you this year, as after all, you are very very special year. You are the year that converts Russell Vale Animal Clinic into "Celebrating 20 years" fever! 2018 - you have to deliver! You are not...
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Is it OK for my dog to eat Pork fat (and other leftovers)?
Christmas is an amazing time, isn't it.  In fact, it was so great this year, that I ended up spending two days afterwards in bed exhausted - from working right up to Christmas, and then dealing with the cooking and cleaning of Christmas family day.  How eas...
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How Desexing Your Pet can Prevent Serious Disease
It is great working in a family practice like ours. We chat, laugh with , and sometimes swear at, each other all the time. One of the drawbacks however is that it is not uncommon for friends of friends to ring up one of my kids to ask for veterinary advice....
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I pulled a tick off my dog (or cat)...what now!
OMG!  What a scary situation many pet owners find themselves in!  Scenario one - The little bell on our front door starts ringing, with a
frantic pet owner needing urgent attention.  “I found a tick on my dog”. The white munchkin is put onto the ground, run...
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Preventable Australian Summer Diseases of Dogs and Cats
As the year rolls around to another Aussie summer, vets all over the country are inundated with sick pets. What makes it sad is that many of these conditions can be prevented or the risks of being affected reduced. Whilst we all love our animals, and many o...
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