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Why are dogs scared of the vet and what can I do to help?
Investigating the bark side of veterinary care is ruff (I shih tzu not!)
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Update on equine services
24/7 services at the Equine Health and Performance Centre will recommence from 22 January.
How to enjoy a safe and enjoyable beach walk with your dog this summer
University of Adelaide animal behaviour expert Petra Edwards shares her top six tips for walking your dog on the beach.
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Changes to companion animal service opening hours
Changes to our companion animal services from Monday December 20.
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What makes vets feel good at work?
Researchers investigate the positive side of veterinary work and what brings vets pleasure in their job.
Scientists seek Pomeranian dogs for new gene study
Researchers are seeking Pomeranian and PomX dogs for a free and simple mouth swab to identify how widespread a defective gene is in the breed's Australian population.
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A message to our valued clients regarding Coronavirus
Updated: Read this before bringing your pet to the clinic.
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New ‘vet tech’ degree to target emerging skills gap
A new three-year Bachelor of Veterinary Technology at the University’s Roseworthy campus will train ‘paraveterinary’ health care specialists.
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Snakes are dangerous to pets
The first sign of spring warm weather indicates the start of snake season. Moving out of their hibernation homes they are hungry and active. Unfortunately inquisitive domestic pets can be the victim of a snake bite and envenomation. Even the smallest amount of venom can cause symptoms within a short amount of time depending on the bite site and how much venom is injected.
University vet clinic earns hospital accreditation
The University’s Companion Animal Health Centre has been awarded formal hospital accreditation by the Veterinary Surgeons Board of South Australia.
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