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Claire Lowy

Brandon Park Veterinary Hospital

 
         

Meet Dr Claire Lowy

"I always try to make the consultation as pleasurable and relaxing as possible for both the animal and the clients."

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Posted over 1 year ago

Please find great website links below for child safety and pet tips:

https://drsophiayin.com/blog/entry/dog-bite-prevention-week-poster-on-the-body-language-of-fear-and-aggression/

http://m.raisingchildren.net.au/articles/dogs_and_children.html#When%20to%20keep%20apart

Posted over 1 year ago

How do I re-introduce my duck to the flock after an injury whilst she's recovering from surgery? Thanks Claire!

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Posted over 1 year ago

What are some good ways of introducing a new puppy into your household when you have an older dog? Thank you, Clare

Posted over 1 year ago

A question from lizzymarsh - do chickens go to the vet?

Posted over 1 year ago

Do chickens go to the vet?

Posted over 1 year ago

Two questions from kidsafe Victoria -

1. My friends come over with their toddlers, what is your best tip to keep them safe with my dog?

2. My child is scared of dogs - how can I help him overcome this fear safely. Thanks!

Posted over 1 year ago

A question from knhol1 -

Hi Dr. Claire,
Having a pet can be expensive. My question is: How do you manage the difficult situation when an owner cannot afford the treatment that in your professional judgment is the preferred course of action?
Kris.

Posted over 1 year ago

Hi Dr Claire,
We have a few child safety questions from our followers:
1. " My friends come over with their toddlers, what is your best tip to keep them safe with my dog?"
2. " My child is scared of dogs - how can I help him overcome this fear safely?"
Thanks!

Posted over 1 year ago

Hi Dr. Claire,
Having a pet can be expensive. My question is: How do you manage the difficult situation when an owner cannot afford the treatment that in your professional judgment is the preferred course of action?
Kris.

Posted over 1 year ago

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