By Tahlia Mitchell | Dated June 4, 2022 | 0 Comments
Can you believe it’s already Winter? With the weather cooling down, this can be a difficult time of year for some of our older patients as their arthritis flares […]
By John Morgan | Dated April 30, 2013
Meet Shelley, a little stray cat that was found up at Killara High School. She was in a very bad way from tick paralysis. We pulled just a single, large tick off but it was enough to cause all the problems we come to expect from tick poisoning.
The symptoms to watch for are:
Shelley was given fluids and supportive care. She was sprayed with Frontline, was kept warm and slowly nursed back to good health. Once she was able to eat again she started eating ravenously and has not looked back since.