What Is Vestibular Disease In Pets?

What Is Vestibular Disease In Pets?

Diagnosing and treating Idiopathic Vestibular Disease Pets with Vestibular Disease present with symptoms like those of brain injuries or strokes in humans. There are a number of causes of this disease that can include inner ear infections, some ear medications,...
The Patients Of Perth Vet Emergency

The Patients Of Perth Vet Emergency

Stories about our patients and their treatment Perth Vet Emergency is an emergency and critical care hospital for companion animals. We take great pride in the articles we develop to help educate pet owners and give them the facts from the experts in emergency...
Chihuahua Visits PVE With A Closed And Cloudy Eye

Chihuahua Visits PVE With A Closed And Cloudy Eye

A patient story about a dog with a corneal ulcer Nibs is a 7 year old Chihuahua. Her owners noticed she was keeping her left eye closed one Friday night and kept a ‘close eye’ on her through the evening. The condition hadn’t improved by Saturday morning so they...
Corneal Ulcers In Pets

Corneal Ulcers In Pets

Advice for when your cat or dog has an eye injury Corneal ulcers are common eye injuries in dogs and cats. They are usually caused by trauma, a foreign body in the eye, infection, inability to form natural lubricating tears, or an abnormality in the eye. The cornea is...
What Is Pet Ventilation?

What Is Pet Ventilation?

Mechanical Ventilation for critical PVE patients Mechanical ventilation gives respiratory support to animals who are not able to breathe on their own, or have trouble breathing. This life support equipment allows us to assist the patient’s lung function while their...
Some Fun With Our Pet Census 2016

Some Fun With Our Pet Census 2016

Stop hitting refresh to complete your own Census In lieu of the ABS Census 2016 facing some technical difficulties last night, we’ve put together a pet friendly version to help you recover from the ordeal. Don’t fret if you’re worried about fines associated to the...