Tom the cat required some very specialised surgery. Poor Tom developed an obstruction in his urethra at the entrance to his pelvis and he was unable to pass urine. Tom’s very loving owners did not want to give up on him although many owners and many vets probably would have put him to sleep. Tom became very sick from kidney failure because he was unable to urinate. The Happiness Center staff worked around the clock to restore Tom to health and Dr Rob had to perform a very difficult pelvic urethrostomy to remove the obstruction which was inside his pelvis. Tom recovered and was able to go home after two weeks in the veterinary hospital.
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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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