In these COVID-19 times, we are mindful that it’s important we reduce our interpersonal contact as much as possible, and avoid all unnecessary errands outside of our homes. Vaccination of our pets is necessary - it is the best and cheapest protection we can provide against fatal diseases like parvovirus, distemper and viral hepatitis. However,…Read more
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Due to the evolving COVID-19 crisis, Uni Vets Camden will be taking further measures to protect our staff and clients. We will remain operational but with reduced hours from Monday 30th March. The clinic will be open from 8am to 5pm Monday to Saturday servicing for essential and emergency care. All cases will be triaged…Read more
Max and Luca were rushed to Uni Vets Camden after a close encounter with a red-bellied black snake. Red-bellied blacks are an Australian elapid snake found in New South Wales that can cause a true medical emergency through their venomous bite. Toxins in the venom are responsible for these common signs: - Shaking and tremors…Read more
The recent outbreak of the traditionally “rare” infection in the inner west of Sydney has left many owners concerned for their dog’s safety. Leptospirosis is a bacterial infection which can result in vague signs of fever, vomiting, dehydration, loss of appetite and bloody stool or progress to kidney and liver disease and sadly sometimes death!…Read more
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