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Paw Knuckling Solutions for your Canine Patients

Paw Knuckling Solutions For Your Canine Patients V4
Posted in Innovation at 14 October, 2020

One of the most common conditions clients are referred to me for is dragging or paw knuckling. As we know there can be several causes of paw knuckling or dragging: Arthritis, injury, Carpal flexural deformity, Intervertebral disc disease ........

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Posted by Gillian Shippen, Director Pets Need A Life Too & HandicappedPets Australia
 

The many ways acupuncture can help your veterinary patients

2020 Acva Set Your Practice Apart With Acupuncture Skills Red
Posted in Operations at 17 August, 2017

Veterinary acupuncture - it's not just about treating senior pets with arthritis... I recently attended the Feline Conference in Sydney and one of the delegates asked the feline specialists "What analgesia do you recommended in an elderly cat with .......

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Posted by Dr Belinda Parsons, Director, ACVA
 

A 52% price increase this year (or 119% over 5 years) is never going to be ok.

The Perils Of Pet Insurance Blog 3
Posted in Client Service at 12 June, 2014

Every business has the right to make a decent profit for the money invested by the owner and/or shareholders. I get that and I have no problems with it - in fact I even wrote a blog post about it!...

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31 Comments   Posted by Judy Gillespie, Director, Vetanswers
 

What does a senior dog really, really want?

Isabel & her cake
Posted in Client Service at 21 November, 2013

What sort of resources do you offer your clients with senior pets? As you know one of my girls is a senior dog...an 18 year & 1 month senior dog! I've learned a few tricks along the way about how to make her senior years as comfortable as possible.....

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6 Comments   Posted by Judy Gillespie
 

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