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    Romeo and the vet

    By Dr. Scott Lackenby | Dated September 3, 2018

    Working in a veterinary hospital really never has a dull moment.  There is so much variety in the patients that we see, the range of illnesses and injuries that occur, […]

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    Is your cat left or right pawed ?

    By Dr HELEN BURNS BVSc (Hons) | Dated August 27, 2018

    Is your cat left or right pawed ? (and other interesting cat facts) Female cats are usually right –pawed and male cats are usually left-pawed. Whereas only 10% of the […]

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    Tyrone, the toughest of them all!

    By Janie Goodyer | Dated August 15, 2018

    Tyrone the 10 month old Italian greyhound arrived at Gordon Vet one night with a very frantic owner. Little Tyron had managed to lock himself in the bathroom at home […]

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    Who stole the chicken from the bin?

    By Janie Goodyer | Dated August 8, 2018

    Nurse Janie here. I am going to tell the story of ‘The case of the missing chicken’ and some very naughty dogs. It was like any other day, I woke […]

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    Smile ! It’s dental health month

    By Dr. Scott Lackenby | Dated July 21, 2018

      Throughout the month of August, Gordon Vet Hospital will be joining the Australian Veterinary Association’s initiative, promoting Pet Dental Health Month. Four out of five dogs and cats over […]

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    Stem Cells To Treat Dementia – by Dr Sam Lackenby

    By Sam Lackenby | Dated July 21, 2018

      Did you follow the news story recently, about our gorgeous patient Leo? Read on to find out how it all started.     Innovations are happening around us all […]

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    Sherlock’s sore eye

    By Dr HELEN BURNS BVSc (Hons) | Dated July 21, 2018

    In the course of a day it’s not unusual for a dog or cat to bound around the house and yard, past shrubs and rocks, trees and pot plants, sometimes […]

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    Dr John’s Batty Antics

    By John Morgan | Dated June 29, 2018

    As a result of his time working as a vet in Canada in a previous life, Dr John has been vaccinated for Rabies. This means he is the only vet […]

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    Bruno’s Broken Glands

    By Dr HELEN BURNS BVSc (Hons) | Dated June 29, 2018

    Bruno may sound like a big tough dog, but he certainly wasn’t feeling like that when he came to Gordon Vet earlier this week. He had some diarrhea, didn’t want […]

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    Cujo’s Fractured Ankle

    By Dr HELEN BURNS BVSc (Hons) | Dated June 29, 2018

    Cujo the boxer cross dog couldn’t be further from his namesake, a rabid dog from a Stephen King novel. He is very bright, happy, and overtly friendly. In fact, he’s […]

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