Sex: Female – Speyed
Age: 5 months
Current Weight: 2.9kgs
History: Five months into this world and Sooki is already playing havoc.
One recent Sunday evening, Sooki paid a visit to the Pet Emergency at Stafford. Her owners were concerned about a piece of thread that was hanging from her bottom. She had also vomited once and was showing some signs of abdominal pain. An x-ray was taken of her abdomen at the PET ER and what showed up was quite interesting. Sooki had swallowed a sewing needle attached to a long thread of cotton.
Gender: Female Speyed
Weight: 27.0 kgs
History: Waggie was initially presented at Wilston Vet Surgery with lameness and a head tilt, however during examination Dr Meredith Brothers was also told that she had a lump on her leg. After examining and treating the initial health concerns, more attention was paid to this mysterious lump that Waggle had. It was about 2cm in diameter and was located on the outside of her right carpus (lower leg).
Sex: Male Neutered
History: “Cat” presented to Wilston Vet as an emergency consultation. Minutes earlier, Cat had sustained two severe facial injuries after impaling his face on a metal indoor clothes line.
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Well Millie is very happy with her RSPCA Cupcake as are we. Thanks to everyone who came in and donated and ate some cupcakes with us! Thanks also to those who donated on line and a big thank-you to our Wilston Vet chefs. We managed to raise a total of $880 for the RSPCA with our cupcake day. Wilston Vet matched donations dollar for dollar. A special thank-you to Dr Karen who was the baker who baked all the pet friendly cupcakes! Millie will agree that they were sensational! Look out for next Cupcake Day in August 2018
Breed: Cavalier King Charles
Sex: Female Speyed
Age : 2 yo
History: Rosie, a gorgeous Cavalier King Charles Spaniel was brought into Wilston Vet one afternoon as an emergency after being attacked by another dog.
In Loving Memory of Rufus
DOB: 9th September 2009
Passed away: 12th October 2016
This is how Rufus will always be remembered by his doting owner-tail held high and racing around (usually following Skye to make sure she is ok…)
Dear Rufus you will be sadly missed by us all. You were a very special patient and we so enjoyed our time with you. ( The Wilston Vet Ladies). Rest in peace darling boy xxoo.
We are very excited to announce that after several years in the pipeline, Wilston Vet has attained ASAVA Hospital Accreditation. Currently, as of 2016, Wilston Vet is the only accredited veterinary hospital in Brisbane.
Last week Dr Meredith was invited to go to the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) Conference in Adelaide so that she could receive our “Practice of Excellence” award. This nationwide award recognises outstanding vet practices that excel in customer service. Here she is accepting our award with one of the Award Sponsors (Maureen from Hills) and the AVA president (Dr Robert Johnson).
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Sex: Female spey
Age: 9y 2m
History: This is a tale of a patient who presented for one procedure and ended up having another! Dusty is a lovely Beagle who first presented to Dr Kate with a very sore back leg after running around outside one night. Dr Kate prescribed anti-inflammatory pain medication and strict rest for 5 days. Dusty’s lameness improved initially with treatment, but recurred, so Dr Kate recommended x-rays of the leg under anaesthesia.
Breed: Staffordshire Bull Terrier
Sex: Female – Speyed
Age: 10y 2m
Current Weight: 18.1kgs
History: Stella has been a patient at Wilston Vet since she was a wee puppy! Watching her grow up from a 9wk old puppy into the active and affectionate 10yr old dog she is today has been a wonderful journey. Recently, Stella became lame on her right hind leg. Given her age and very active nature, Dr Kate suspected that she had some arthritis or an acute soft tissue injury (such as a muscle or ligament tear or strain). Stella was started on anti-inflammatory and pain relief medication. However, her lameness persisted so Dr Kate decided to perform x-rays and manipulations of her leg under anaesthesia.