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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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Are you looking for a vet open Sunday in Bunbury? Australind Veterinary Hospital is open on Sundays from 8am to 8pm. Appointments are necessary. Please phone 97971584 to make an appointment. We would be happy to take your call. We’d … Continue reading
Australind Vet likes to help people in the Bunbury community. We are passionate about helping people feel better as well as animals. Today, Ben and Crinkle visited the children’s ward at Bunbury Hospital to help spread some cheer and to … Continue reading
Australind Veterinary Hospital Wins Small Business of the Year 11-20 Employees at 2014 South West Small Business Awards
Australind Veterinary Hospital were the category winners of “Business with 11-20 Employees” at the 2014 South West Small Business Awards held in Bunbury. This is another remarkable achievement for this humble Bunbury Veterinary Clinic based in Australind. In 2013, the … Continue reading
Disease of the elbow is very common in dogs. The canine elbow bears approximately 55% of the bodyweight, yet the musculature is much weaker than the hind limbs. The elbow and also the carpus take a pounding over the years … Continue reading
We were delighted to be part of Spirit Radio and the amazing fun of jobswap. Our award winning receptionist Josie went to the studio to be a radio announcer. She delighted listeners with her good humor and one of the … Continue reading
We had lots of fun on Melbourne Cup day in 2013. We celebrated the running of the cup with free pony rides for children. We also had races for the kids and mums and dads got involved with piggy back … Continue reading
Spring has arrived and my sinuses are telling me the pollen is abundant early this year. Dogs that suffer from atopic dermatitis get terrible rashes on their feet, ventral abdomen, groin and axilla (arm pit) and of course their ears. … Continue reading
Chartered membership of the Australian Veterinary Association is a legal title awarded to Australian veterinary surgeons who are active in continuing professional development. This was brought in by the AVA to help the public distinguish between vets that stay up … Continue reading
George had his own miracle following a rapid progression of unusual symptoms that proved to be a snake envenomation. With the hint of spring in the air, George was happily playing in the park when he went to investigate a … Continue reading
Corky was absolutely crippled with osteoarthritis in his right knee. When he was a wee pup, he had surgery for a luxating patella (dislocating knee cap). Several years later he was having trouble again with this stifle after he damaged … Continue reading