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2015 Small Business Awards
Awards included :
i) Community business of the year
ii) Small Business of the Year 10-20 Employees
iii) 2015 South West Business of the Year – all categories
iv) Employee of the Year – Amanda Vanstone
Is your Veterinarian a Chartered Member of the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA)?Vets who keep abreast of the latest developments in Veterinary care can qualify to become Chartered Members of the AVA. Chartered Membership means your vet is doing serious ongoing post-graduate study, to keep up to date with latest medical and surgical techniques.
Chartered Membership gives you the best of both worlds - an experienced vet who is still learning the newest and most advanced ideas in this fast-moving world of proven science and health.
If you want to feel confident you are getting the latest and most in-depth advice, choose a Chartered vet.
If you want the best for your pet, so do we.
Dr Rob Hill is a Chartered Member of the AVA.
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Award Winning Bunbury Vet Australind Vet had a very successful night at the south west business awards held last Saturday night. Australind Vet were winners of 4 awards including the prestigious South West Small Business of the Year – the … Continue reading
Australind Veterinary Hospital won Small Business of the Year at the South West Small Business awards last night. This is a remarkable achievement and is due to the commitment and dedication of our entire team. A champion team will always … Continue reading
Elyece Arthur is the wonderful new vet who has joined us at The Happiness Centre. Elyece is super nice, in fact she is so nice her clients were giving her hugs on her first day. Elyece grew up on a … Continue reading
Caring for your Furry and Feathered Friends The cooler weather is now here and we spent more time indoors with the heating turned on don’t forget the needs of your pets during winter. Cats are masters at seeking warmth and … Continue reading
There are in fact 3 different types of Demodex. It is thought that these are three different species but this is a little controversial. 1. Long bodied Demodex (Demodex injai) This tends to show up in animals that are a … Continue reading
Sarcoptic mange in dogs and Demodectic mange (demodeciosis) in dogs is quite different in appearance and symptoms. Demodex is also sometimes known as the red mange. Scabies or sarcoptic mange is caused by a mite called Sarcoptes. Sarcoptic mange is … Continue reading
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