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Park Ridge Animal Hospital
3626 Mt Lindesay Highway
Park Ridge
QLD 4125

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Phone:
07 3800 1378
Fax:
07 3800 7249

Browns Plains Veterinary Surgery
Shop 5/ 3276 Mt Lindesay Highway
Browns Plains
QLD 4118

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Phone:
07 3800 0369

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Welcome to the Park Ridge Animal Hospital and Browns Plains Vet Surgery Blog. This is the place to receive the latest pet care news and stay up to date with what is going on at the clinics.

 

Baby News

Congratulations to Nurse Sarah Bell and her husband Mitch on the birth of their new daughter this week. Exciting (if a little sleepless) times are ahead of you! We look forward to your first visit with Georgia Caroline.

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As the weather warms up snakes become much more active. This is the time of year when we most frequently see dogs and cats getting bitten by snakes. Just as with people, prompt medical attention can be vital to saving your pets life.

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What is tick paralysis in dogs and cats?

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As the weather gets warmer paralysis tick toxicity is a life-threatening problem that every pet owner should be aware of.

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Is your dog or cat overweight? Do you feel good when you spoil them with treats and hate the thought of having to say no to that cute but demanding (I want food) face? If this is you, and let’s be honest it is a lot pet owners (including me), then I hope this article will give you some ideas on how and why your pet should lose weight.

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Is your pet suffering from osteoarthritis?

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As the cooler weather approaches, it is important to take time to check your pet for signs of arthritis. Recent research has shown one in five dogs and cats will suffer pain and disability from arthritis, yet many owners don’t recognise it as a problem. This is because our pets often suffer in silence. Owners also put signs such as slow to get out of bed or difficulty going up stairs down to old age when really it is due to pain. The result is that many animals with arthritis go undiagnosed and untreated.

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