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EAST BUNDABERG VET BLOG

Welcome to the East Bundaberg Veterinary blog. On this page we will be uploading posts about topics such as pet health care, interesting cases and new products, just to name a few things. To see our old blog site follow the link to our blogspot site at eastbundabergvet.blogspot.com.au.

Snake Patrol

We have already seen a few cases of snake envenomation (snake bite) and we think all clients should be aware of the dangers of our animals playing with snakes. At the moment the snakes are starting to move around and bask in the warmth of spring and they are very...

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Dental Month News

There is the saying “You do not have to be mad, but it helps” that seems to apply to the month of August when we have “Dental Month”. For the last month we have been “flat strap” cleaning and polishing teeth of dogs and cats and fixing the oral problems that occurs in...

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September 2020

I am amazed how time flies when you are having fun (and how it crawls when times are tough) – it was only the other day I was sitting behind the wheel of my old Landcruiser (1995 model) as I bumped across the fields where I take my dogs for their daily walk with my...

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It is TIME to Spring Clean your animal

It is time to get your dog hydrobathed, to remove the built-up dead skin cells and “crud” that has accumulated over winter. There is lots of animals who have short coats and do not need clipping, but all animals develop a different hair coat over the colder months to...

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Vet Position

The position available East Bundaberg Veterinary Hospital is looking for a permanent veterinarian to join our team. We are a 3-vet animal hospital with a small branch practice at seaside Bargara that we service 5 days a week. Our team includes 6 nurses, 3...

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Food for thought in the ageing animal

“We are what we eat” is a common saying often applied to humans in an effort to get the person to consider the long-term aspects or consequence of what they put in their mouth. As humans are becoming overweight, so the concern for the welfare of the population is...

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