Marlo and the Mushroom

Marlo and the Mushroom

They say dogs explore the world with their nose… but it sure seems like their mouth! At just three months old, Golden Retriever Marlo was keen to explore everything in this exciting new tasty, edible and delicious smelling world. First stop, the garden… where he was...
Bega’s Hole in One

Bega’s Hole in One

Rarer than a hole in one, an Albatross and a Condor in golf, nine-year-old Bega’s story is nothing short of a miracle after what was possibly the biggest Duff of all time. Having swallowed numerous golf balls, this poor pooch was in the ‘ruff’ and feeling well under...
Oliver & the Sago Palm Tree Seed

Oliver & the Sago Palm Tree Seed

Ahh, that post-weekend reflection (aka hello regret!) hits you like a slap in the face. That magical moment when you check your -$2 bank balance… or spot the empty Tim-Tam packets and pizza boxes littering the lounge, after binge-watching entire seasons of The...
Winnie the Star Patient

Winnie the Star Patient

One morning Winnie the border collie suddenly didn’t want to get out of bed, go for his usual walk, or even more surprising, eat his breakfast. After being referred to us after visiting his regular vet, Greencross Vets Nedlands, we ran radiographs where some...
Mac’s Biscuit Binge – The Dangers of Food Bloat

Mac’s Biscuit Binge – The Dangers of Food Bloat

Congratulations… It’s a.. burger! Ever been ‘expecting’… a food baby? Stuffing our faces full of delicious cuisine is one of the greatest joys in life. Aside from a little bloating, gas and discomfort, humans are relatively okay from the odd overindulging and...
You Shall Not Pass – Corn Cob Dangers

You Shall Not Pass – Corn Cob Dangers

“You shall not pass”… Corn cobs, the Gandalf of the stomach. One of the most common and also most dangerous foods to end up inside our pups, as they do not break down in the acid of a dog’s gastrointestinal tract. Instead, they block the path of regular food and cause...