Veterinary

Calving cows – what’s normal, and when to intervene?

It is important to understand the normal calving process in order to know when to intervene. The normal calving process is divided into 3 stages of labour, as follows: Stage 1 – Soft tissues of the birth canal, including cervix and vulva, dilate in preparation for calving. Signs typically seen when a cow enters stage …

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Are you feeding the right supplement for bighead?

In this 13 minute video Dr Shannon Lee talks with Dr Jennifer Stewart about “Big Head” – Nutritional Secondary Hyperparathyroidism (NSH) – in horses. Dr Stewart explains: That “bighead” is only the end stage of the disease! Your horse can have soft weak bones without you even knowing. What causes this disease. Learn to recognize the …

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Your new kitten: Caring for the newest member of the family

        Sometimes it can be a little hard to remember everything that the vet told you in your first consult.  So this brochure is to help remind you on the important things to ensure your best friend stays healthy and fit to live a long healthy happy life.   VACCINATIONS Vaccinating your …

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Bighead in Central Queensland

  You may be well aware that ‘bighead’ is a preventable and treatable condition common in paddock horses in Central highlands district.  However this past wet season over Christmas 2010 and January 2011 has resulted in an above normal amount of available Buffel grass (Cenchrus ciliaris ).  Subsequently this means that you are likely to experience ‘Bighead’ …

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