As a veterinary professional, you’ve probably witnessed poor training here, there, everywhere. Which is why you know that an experienced, qualified dog training professional is hugely valuable to dog owners and can make a world of difference for your canine patients....
Because the clinical signs of transitional cell carcinomas can mimic UTIs, some veterinary patients aren’t benefiting from early detection, proper diagnosis and treatment. Use these tools when treating high-risk breeds and help these dogs live longer, happier lives....
Veterinarians and veterinary students on Facebook told us long hours were a given to get into the profession. But are they good for practitioners, patients and the learning process? read more
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You’ve got the fundamentals of heartworm disease down, with a good grasp of the diagnostics, but treatment can be tricky. Here are the tactics recommended by veterinary experts, plus less extensive and less expensive alternatives. read more
Just like in people, proper rehabilitation in pets requires exercise, but you don’t need to have lots of fancy equipment to make it happen. Here’s what you need to know before devising a rehab program, plus some exercises that any practitioner can employ. read...
The pool of potential cases for rehabilitation services in general veterinary practice is much bigger than you think, says Fetch dvm360 speaker Dr. Matthew Brunke. read more
Source: Veterinary Medicine dvm360.com
Have been sending my husky since young to AWVC for vaccination, check-up, blood tests, spay surgery. Love their patience, caring hearts and low stress handling attittude towards the dogs. Dr Brandon and his team never fail to slowly explain and address to my 101 questions each time and I am really grateful to each and every one of them for watching over my girl. Really nice to also see that they love what they are doing! Bravo job and keep it up, guys!read more
Would like to take this chance not just to recommend Animal World Vet Clinic, but also to thank them for their professionalism and initiative to assist us in our pet Snowie’s relocation to Australia. Australia is a very strict country in terms of importing of livestock and pets into their country, hence timelines as well as requirements must be fully met. As we did not engage a pet relocator, we handled all by ourselves. Without the great assistance by Dr. Elango, Dr. Brandon, the assistants and frontdesk staff, things would not have gone this smooth. They have gone beyond their scope of work to ensure Snowie’s able to relocate to Australia successfully and without complications. From the bottom of our hearts, THANK YOU! ◡̈
Alvin, Jessica & Snowie
P.S. These are photos of Snowie being collected after her 10 days of quarantine at the centre in Melbourne, and exploring her new home in Perth! Yes, she had to take 2 flights to get to Perth.read more
The team at so. Dedicated, love their patient pooches cats and more.. They treat carers with so much understanding and flexibility and advice. Dr BRANDON has great humour and puts patient and carer at ease.. They are there to help their patients and carers and this shows, in. Every word and action. Wish you all a wonderful break over the December Christmas time holidays. Recharge and refuel and enjoy your time happy new year too 2019, much health happiness and fulfilment and success for. You all .. Thanks from Lauren and Ginger Spiceread more
Emily had her very first dental at the clinic today. Dr Brandon and the staff were wonderful with her. They even sent us 'before' and 'after' photos of her teeth. Overall, everyone at the clinic is very professional and caring and make us feel very at home there. Emily loves going there - which is rare, given that animals do not usually like clinics.
Thanks for taking such great care of Emily!read more
The love of my life, Debbie, is 15 this year.
Few years ago I brought her here with existing congenital heart issues, collapsing trachea, and persistent wheezing + hacking cough.
Her condition is now well under control, thanks to Sunny's kind advices and help, and Dr. Brandon's dedication even though I can be an extremely stubborn owner. :p
This place is truly second to none for Debbie & me.read more
Everyone was absolutely wonderful, the care and concern they show to Nuggets (my 16 year old dog) is remarkable. Never have I ever experienced such loving treatment in other vet clinics, one even didn't do a full examination on him and persuaded me to put him down.
Animal world even gave me a follow up call the next day to check on nugget's progress.
Truly a blessing that I discovered this clinicread more
Unpleasant experience with the staff Sunny with poor attitude. She sweep us off by saying "yes, our doctor signature worth $50 and if you're unhappy, u can always leave it and find other vet" and threw the paper on the table when all we wanted was to have a better understanding of what we are paying for.
Nevertheless, Dr Brandon was caring on the other hand.read more
Went with a seizuring dog. Love the superb care and advise given by the senior vet. He was humorous and caring. Definitely does decision in the best interest of pet. Definitely will return again.read more
Brought Doggy to AWVC while I was in the area looking for another clinic. Dr Sara did a very thorough examination for him and explained to us in detail what doggy's condition was. On surgery day, Dr Brandon and his team spared no effort in making sure Doggy's surgery was done properly and professionally. The nurses even kept me up to date on his progress while he was recovering for the night in the hospital. Thank you so much for your team's passion and dedication in what you do.
Special thanks to Dr Sara for checking out and examining doggy to give a proper diagnose.read more