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A heroic Northern Inuit named Zeus is the poster boy for a new animal cancer awareness campaign by a leading veterinary referral centre.Southfields Vet...

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A young Labrador has survived a rare fungal infection thanks to a speedy diagnosis, emergency treatment and surgery by neurology and soft tissue Specialists at Davies Veterinary Specialists (Davies...

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A national survey has found that almost a third of Australians would take a pay cut to work in a pet-friendly environment, highlighting the depth of our love for our animals. Conducted by pet sitting platform PetCloud, the survey also [...]

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by Dr Kayla Jackson, Warwick Veterinary Clinic, QLD 4CYTE is a daily joint treatment scientifically proven to repair damaged joints and maintain joint health in dogs and horses. What is good about it 4CYTE is a very effective supplement in [...]

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A popular country rock recording artist is releasing a new track dedicated to the pain of pet loss – just in time for Pet Remembrance Day (5th July); a special day of remembrance that...

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Can singing have an impact on the wider community? Dr Hootan Shah, who works at Doncaster Veterinary Hospital in Victoria and as a Pawssum mobile vet, intends to find out. “My singing teacher, Julie Edwardson, runs Emotionworks Cut Opera, a [...]

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Mind-blowing technology, increasing specialisation, and the effect of feminisation—here’s a guide to the most significant trends shaping the field of veterinary science. By Kerryn Ramsey 1. Technological advances From practice management upgrades to equipment advances, from artificial intelligence to machine-learning, [...]

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A long-held view that koalas get all their hydration from eating leaves has been overturned by new research by a team at the University of Sydney. The study—published in PLOS ONE—offers hope in the fight to conserve this threatened species, with [...]

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Aggressive behavior in pet dogs is a serious problem for dog owners across the world, with bite injuries representing a serious risk to both people and other dogs. New research has found that clinical animal behaviorists should focus on helping dog owners to feel confident in the effectiveness of the behavior modification techniques that they recommend and, in their ability, to actually use them successfully.

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