Tag Archives: hospital

Elizabethan Collar

If there is one image that is synonymous with the vet, it's of a dog (or cat) leaving the clinic wearing an Elizabethan collar. Elizabethan collars - also known colloquially as the e-collar, 'cone of shame', lampshade and radar dish - are primarily used to prevent animals from traumatising themselves, and to protect surgical wounds.…
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Eosinophilic Granuloma Complex (EGC)

Aslan recently visited Uni Vets Camden as his owners were concerned when blood and black spots appeared around his mouth. The spots and blood appeared about three weeks ago, and before this, Aslan had never had any health concerns. On examination, his lip edge was inflamed, moist and thickened. There were scabs and black marks…
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Meet the Vet – Dr Chloe Ye

Chloe graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science in 2014. She gained valuable experience in small animal medicine in the Central Coast before coming to Uni Vets Camden at the University Veterinary Teaching Hospital Camden. She particularly enjoys furthering her knowledge of small animal medicine and behaviour. With fresh memories…
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Desexing: Can it wait?

  Surgical desexing is a responsible way you can help reduce pet overpopulation and unwanted pregnancies. Traditionally, desexing is undertaken from about 6 months of age. During these COVID-19 times, it is important that we reduce our interpersonal contact as much as possible, and avoid all unnecessary errands outside of our homes. In addition, as…
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