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A new homegrown TV series celebrates pet rescuers

With its recent premiere on Channel Nine, a new series, The Pet Rescuers, offers a perfectly timed boost to flagging morale. This 10-part documentary series...
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Your Business

Succession planning if something happens to you

As a business owner, putting plans in place in case you die, are incapacitated or want to exit is a no-brainer, but few business...

How social media can help your business grow

If you aren’t on Facebook, does your business even exist? What about Instagram? LinkedIn? Here’s how social media can help your business grow. By...

How best to gain competitive advantage?

There are many different views on how best to gain competitive advantage. So which one is right? John Burfitt reports When it comes to following...

Veterinarians in country areas

The rush of people fleeing the big cities for a new life in regional and rural areas throughout 2020 has proven a blessing and...

Your World

Dr Bronwyn Orr in aid of animals

Pragmatic, professional and passionate, Dr Bronwyn Orr has worked at the critical junctures of animal welfare throughout her career. By Kerryn Ramsey Animal welfare is...

Clinical

Management of a non-healing wound in a greyhound

Subedited by Dr Phil Tucak This case provides an overview of the management of a non-healing wound in a dog. Jimmy is a seven-year-old male...

Clinical case study: Treatment of incontinence with hydraulic occluder placement

Case study by Dr Benjamin McRae & subedited by Phil Tucak This case demonstrates the surgical management of urinary incontinence in a young female dog....

Unique disease presentations in livestock following extreme weather events

The North West of NSW was severely affected by drought from 2017 until early 2020. Most livestock enterprises in the Walgett and Narrabri districts...

Managing exocrine pancreatic insufficiencty in a six-year-old cavoodle

Case study by Dr Gemma Birnie Ruby is a six-year-old cavoodle who presented to Brisbane Veterinary Specialist Centre for management of exocrine pancreatic insufficiency. Approximately six...

Chronic rhinitis after maxillofacial trauma in a cat

Case study sub edited by Phil Tucak. Little the cat suffered major maxillofacial trauma which combined with a chronic rhinitis, resulted in the cat...

Case study: Red-bellied black snake envenomation in a dog requiring blood transfusion

This case in a puppy demonstrates that red-bellied black snake (RBBS) venom has the potential to cause severe and delayed life-threatening haemolysis requiring blood...
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