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ii) Small Business of the Year 10-20 Employees
iii) 2015 South West Business of the Year – all categories
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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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T-Bone Finds His Mojo: An Angry Puppy Changes His Future By Changing His Attitude – by Smile A Lot Books
T-Bone finds a place to belong at Australind Vet after life as an unhappy and angry puppy. T-Bone learns that true fullfilment comes from sincere and selfless contribution. The mission of Smile-A-Lot Books is to prevent limiting beliefs in children … Continue reading
Australind Vet is the stage for Poppy the piglet to get a happiness plan from Dr Rob. Poppy learns to make healthy choices. Smile-A-Lot books are for children aged 4-7 years of age. The happy animals of Smile A Lot … Continue reading
Dr Rob went to Bunbury town library to present the librarian with a series of Smile-A-Lot Books . Dr Rob also donated a series of books for prizes. Ben and Crinkle were very popular with the children Dr Rob read … Continue reading
Poor Otis was hit in the face by a cricket bat and left in a world of discomfort. His distressed owners found him in their yard with blood pouring from his mouth. Poor otis was in terrible pain and unable … 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
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
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