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K-Laser Therapy Sessions in WA Learn The Benefits of K-Laser therapy

K-Laser Therapy Sessions in WA Learn The Benefits of K-Laser therapy

K-Laser Therapy appointments available at Hanly Veterinary Clinic and Hospital Call us to book an appointment. Tel: 9459 5595 What is a K-Laser therapy? In simple terms a K-laser is a non invasive device used to control the way energized atoms are able to release...

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Canine Hip Dysplasia

Canine Hip Dysplasia

Canine Hip Dysplasia Canine Hip Dysplasia in dogs is an abnormal formation of the hip joint; you can think of the hip joint like a ball and socket fitting snugly together. When hip joints are dysplastic it means the joints are too loose and depending on severity, hip...

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COVID 19

COVID 19

Right now, we need your co operation more than ever to keep everyone safe. SAFETY RULES We can't allow clients to visit pets when in our veterinary hospital. Please be assured we give all pets enormous amounts of reassurance and love while in our care. One client per...

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Towel Donations

Towel Donations

Don't throw out your old Towels, Microfiber Throws, or Sheets. We'd be grateful for donations if you have time to drop them off! Towels often a shortage! For the comfort of our patients we choose to use towels, sheets, soft snugly throws, and washable microfiber...

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Is Your Rabbit Vaccinated?

Rabbit Vaccinations are Important here's why?

 Protection for Pet Rabbits

The RHDV1 strain of the rabbit haemorrhagic disease know as Calicivirus, which was first released in Australia by the Australian Government in 1996 was to control the population of wild rabbits.

To boost the RHDV1 virus strain’s effectiveness to further control Rabbit populations, both state and territory governments around Australia released another virus in March 2017 known as K5

 

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