By David Loneragan | Dated November 21, 2019 | 0 Comments
Pepsi is a beautiful 4 month old Great Dane who had diarrhoea a few weeks before she came into Gordon Vets. Her owners noticed something wrong and brought her up […]
By Helen Burns | Dated July 18, 2019
Fox baiting will be occurring in Sydney Harbour National Park, Garigal National Park, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, and Lane Cove National Park from August 1st, 2019 until Jan 31st, 2020. The best way to prevent dogs from being poisoned is by ensuring they are kept safely away from any source of 1080. Early signs of 1080 poisoning include frenzied behaviour, sensitivity to light and sound, vomiting, urinating and defecating uncontrollably and can progress to seizures, respiratory failure and death. If you are concerned that your dog may have had access to the bait, it should be seen immediately.
For more information go to the Ku-Ring-Gai Council website.