The Case Report on a ‘Fence Laceration Wound’ by Erica Schmidt is a great summary of the issues relating to leg wounds generally Viz: – There are 3 stages / phases with some overlaps: – acute inflammation – needs cleaning and preventing infection granulation – needs management of proud flesh using meds remodelling – epithelial…Details
Brumby Week 2017 – A few select photos from a week learning more about issues of Brumby Sustainability.
The following LINK is a great summary of the Brumbies done through the ABC Rural website:
Looking at the pet obesity epidemic in Australian Dogs The obesity epidemic that is currently sweeping America is also affecting our pets here in Australia. Increasingly we are faced with overweight cats and dogs, to the point that many people are coming to regard fat as normal. Every week we havet dogs and other pets…Details
The following information was originally found on the Australian Veterinary Association website. What is Hendra virus? It is an emerging disease that was first identified in 1994 and has only been found in Australia. It occurs naturally in flying fox populations, and it’s thought to be transferred to horses through contaminated urine, faeces or foetal fluids.…Details
We all want our horses looking good and performing to their best. Many disciplines reward well conditioned horses with a good topline. Dr Tim Kempton Stance Equine www.stanceequine.com.au Dr Rod Stephenson PAC VETS www.pacvets.com.au First appeared in Horse and People What is condition and topline? Condition is measured using a 9 point score from…Details
What do we feed mares to improve and maintain body condition, without causing insulin resistance? Dr Tim Kempton Stance Equine www.stanceequine.com.au Dr Rod Stephenson PAC VETS www.pacvets.com.au First appeared in Horse and People In general, mares come on season (cycle) every 21 days, and have a gestation of 340 days or 11 months. For…Details