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Puppy Heartworm Prevention Campaign 2023

Parasite prevention is a part of recommended pet care. While 90% of heartworm cases used to be diagnosed in Queensland, the mosquito-borne parasites are being identified in regional clinics in NSW and northern Victoria. The Riverina was historically a fairly low-risk area for heartworm, but prevention is now more important than ever. Recent weather events […]

Large Animal Dispensing

Wagga Vet pride ourselves on careful and complete care for all of our patients and clients. We are grateful that we get to see so many all of our small animal clients in person, but know that it is a lot more complicated with large animals and stock. Recently, it has become more necessary for […]

Brachycephalics

Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome as one might expect, affects brachycephalic breeds (think “squashed faces”) such as Pugs, Boxers, Bulldogs, French bulldogs, and Boston Terriers. We asked Dr Andrea Barnard five questions about BOAS to get a better understanding of it: Isn’t it just natural that some dogs snore and they breathe heavily? Whilst it is […]

My dog has injured its ACL (Cranial Cruciate disease)

What is cruciate ligament disease and what signs should I be looking out for? Cruciate ligament disease is a term used to describe an injury to the cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) of the knee in dogs. The cranial cruciate ligament is the same as the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) that humans can injure. Although dogs […]

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