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By Murray Bridge Vet Clinic on Wednesday, 28 March 2018 9:18 PM


Me and my pooch are walking to fight animal cruelty on May 20th at the 2018 Million Paws Walk!

Why? Because last year, 33,535 animals arrived at RSPCA Shelters around Australia after suffering neglect, mistreatment or abuse. I believe ALL animals deserve a safe and happy home!

So I am asking for your support...

Click the link below to chip in and help me reach my goal:

My four legged friend and I will owe you one. :)

You are PAWsome!

P.S. All donations above $2 are tax deductible!

By Murray Bridge Vet Clinic on Monday, 19 March 2018 11:05 AM
Like us dogs, dogs absolutely LOVE chocolate and they are extremely good at sniffing it out!  Here at the clinic one particular poodle comes to mind when we think of chocolate and chocolate toxicity.


Lila, our chocoholic poodle (pictured above) is no stranger to chocolate poisoning.

Lilla isn’t fussy with what chocolate she eats and loves all sorts of brands and flavours. She has devoured a whole KitKat Chunky, A full bag of family sized fruit chocs and a whole family block of milk chocolate…..Oh dear!!

Her owners try hard to keep the chocolate out of paws reach; however Lila sneaks into the pantry, climbs the shelves and helps herself to the chocolate. “If you have it in your mouth, she will try to lick it out” her owner has told us.

Luckily for Lila, her owners are...
By Murray Bridge Vet Clinic on Thursday, 1 March 2018 11:11 AM
Do you take the opportunity on the Easter long weekend to go camping, perhaps taking your dog with you? Dogs often stress out when their routine changes, which can lead to erratic, even aggressive behaviour or illness. It is important to get them use to the scenarios they may encounter while camping, in the weeks leading up to your trip.

Pitch your tent or pull out your camper in your back yard and spend time inside relaxing with your dog on their bed. Don't force your dog inside. Give your dog lots of attention with yummy treats and praise when your dog he/she chooses to come near the tent or joins you inside. Take your dog for regular day trips for a few weeks prior to leaving. Pack your dog’s bed and food bowl you intend to use while camping. Try to replicate the situations your dog will experience during a camping trip: long drives, walking and relaxing in a new area, having a meal, your dog sitting in the backseat while you pack the car or while you are at the service station. When...

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