Media releases

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17 December 2014 Share the Christmas love with your pets
11 December 2014 Want a cash cow? Stay in front with a cattle vet behind
10 December 2014 Elderly pets swelter - give them shelter
04 December 2014 Fabulous gifts for your furry and feathered friends
01 December 2014 Vets welcome new biosecurity bills
17 November 2014 Common sense advice for pets and antibiotics
13 November 2014 The superbug threat - vets call for careful use of antibiotics
12 November 2014 Learning the latest on cardiac and respiratory diseases in pets
29 October 2014 Heat warning for pet owners
27 October 2014 Slaughter footage unacceptable
23 October 2014 Shooting bats won't save us from lyssavirus say vets
01 October 2014 Reflecting on the importance of vets on World Animal Day
24 September 2014 Higher education reforms could spell disaster for vets
23 September 2014 Vets urge horse owners to get their horses vaccinated
23 September 2014 Snakes seeking spring sun a threat to animals
18 September 2014 Protect pets from pollen
11 September 2014 Vets learn the latest on dealing with disorder
05 September 2014 Vets learn the latest on infectious and emerging diseases
02 September 2014 Vets put the spotlight on protecting Australian animals in danger of extinction
01 September 2014 Snail baits a danger for Tasmanian pets
25 August 2014 Discovery of Australian bat lyssavirus in horses poses further threats to human and animal health
22 August 2014 Swooping season sets in
14 August 2014 Deadly ticks a threat to New South Wales pets
06 August 2014 Southern Hemisphere's largest small animal health conference comes to the Gold Coast
29 July 2014 What lurks beneath - good dental health crucial to your pet's wellbeing


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