We live in Port Douglas Qld. We have a beautiful purebred golden retriever. She is almost 8 months old. When she was 5 months old we were told by our vet that she has "the worst hips" she had ever seen. We were able to see a specialist who comes to our region every 6-8 weeks. He told us he would be able to do the surgery she needs- however ironically, now he is having surgery himself and unless we fly down to the gold coast (which is hard being a small family) that option has now fallen through. We are wondering if you have any recommendations of someone in our area that can help our Abby girl so that we can give her the best life we can. The specialist said her surgery should be done between 8-10 months of age. We look forward to any help you may have!!
Hi, My dogs anal glands keep leaking. They've done this since he was a puppy (he's 4 now, desexed, male). We've taken him to the vet with this problem before and they haven't been able to help us. They aren't impacted at all, they just leak most nights. He leaves horrid smelling fluid on the couches all the time. We've tried feeding him pumpkin and fibre supplements to increase the firmness of his stools in the hopes that that would express them naturally, but it hasn't worked. Is there anything else you can suggest we do? We are not willing to have them removed. We just want a clean and smell-free couch. Thanks
When the new vet show is produced, Busselton Vet has a nice ring to it, would it be possible to have a 3 minute segment devoted to 1 or 2 dogs & cats that have been shared religiously for several months on the lost & found pages from each state, a pin up of faces areas circumstances, maybe?
I'm a kitty foster carer and was wondering if you could do a feature on your show about our lovely shelter. It's called Armadale Community Animal Rescue Group in Kelmscott , WA. The shelter is full and would love the advertising of all the shelters gorgeous cats and kittens that need to find their furrever homes. All foster carers are full with fosters so the shelter is unable to take anymore unwanted cats/kittens. Please if you can help I would be greatly appreciative and so would all the volunteers and animals. Love your show 😻😻😻😻
Hello I have a dog (breed Egnlish cocker Spaniel).Everything started on Saturday evening, 18th of march. After evening meal he had a nausea. (approximately after 1 hour) After that he again had a nausea, but this time the Bile liquid went out. Eventually dog started to breathe hardly and frequently. We took the dog to veterinary station, and took some X-ray. He also had a little piece of something in stomach. Vet told us that there is no sense doing operation, the risk is too high because he have a Dilated cardiomyopathy(DCM). He also told us that there is no sense to give the dog some drugs,because it won't help. He said that we have to wait until he dies and that's all. We went to other vet in hope to hear recommendations and help. And the other Vet told us that he have liquid in lungs. Dog is too young, 6 years old. We couldn't even imagine that it can happen. Dog almost doesn't eat and drink water. Maybe because of hard breathing.We are giving to dog - dexamethasone, sulfokamfokain, ceftriaxone. That what second Vet told us to use to help dog. Please maybe you can give us some recommendations, you can take a look of his X-rays, and tell us your thoughts and predictions. We will be very thankful !!! Maybe there are some drugs that can help him. Thank you beforehand Best regards