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Leeton Veterinary Hospital
41 Yanco Avenue
NSW 2705

02 6953 3111
02 6953 2793

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Did you know that 1 in 3 pets will require an unexpected visit to the Vet’s this year?

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Topsy's battle with Breast Cancer

Did you know October was breast cancer awareness month?

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Bruiser's and his Chemo treatment

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Congratulations Bruiser!!! Your Chemo treatment is done!!!

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Bess's fight for life


When Bess arrived at the Leeton Vets, she was very cold, pale & lethargic. Her owners suspected that she had eaten some rat bait but they were not sure. Rat bait acts as an anticoagulant (prevents the blood from clotting) by depleting the body's supply of vitamin K. Vitamin K is a fat soluble vitamin which is essential in the formation of clotting agents in the blood stream. It can take anything from 1-5 days after ingestion to begin to see the signs of intoxication. We wanted to run a blood test that can tell us if her blood had lost its clotting factors but she was so cold and her blood pressure was so low, that we couldn’t draw blood from her veins to perform any tests.

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Fat, Fatter, Fattest!

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Obesity is the number one health problem seen in domestic animals, just as it is the number one health problem in humans. Just as in humans obesity in our pets increases the risks of other diseases or health concerns such as heart disease, osteoarthritis, stroke and some types of tumors. Obesity also places increased strain on health conditions which are already present. Obesity worsens arthritis, increases the risk of cruciate ligament rupture and in short faces dog breeds it can severely worsen any respiratory issues they have.

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