Wildlife

Wilston Vet treats all injured wildlife completely free of charge to both the Good Samaritan who brings the wildlife in, and the wildlife carers that look after them.All injured wildlife are treated and assessed for suitability to either be released following treatment back into the wild, or else released into the care of a wildlife registered carer. At present the service is funded solely by the surgery and its employees so any donations to our wildlife fund are greatly appreciated. We have a tin on our reception counter for donations.

Bush Fire Appeal 2020

Bush Fire Appeal 2020

Thank you to everyone who donated generously to support rehabilitation efforts for wildlife affected by the recent bushfires.

We are happy to report that $442.40 was raised by our recent bushfire relief fundraiser – as Wilston Vet will match this dollar-for-dollar, the total amount raised is $884.80.

These funds will go directly to NSW WIRES (Wildlife Information Rescue and Education Services) to provide immediate assistance to cover the costs associated with the rescue and care of animals affected by the devastating fires.

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Stephen -The Jungle Python With Weight Loss

Stephen -The Jungle Python With Weight Loss

Name- Stephen
Species- Jungle Python
Sex – Male
Age- 3 YO

History: Stephen was presented to Wilston Vet surgery as his owner had noticed that there was a strange clicking sound coming from Stephen’s stomach. His owner also mentioned that he had always been a noisy breather. He was eating normally and appeared to be bright and alert ( as far as snakes go) but his owner thought he may be in some pain around his mid abdomen.

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