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Rabbit Calicivirus

According to Sydney Morning Herald April 3, 2010, in order to lower the number of wild rabbits, the Cumberland Authority has released the Rabbit Calicivirus Disease. The virus has been released into bushland reserves and national parks in the northern Sydney region,...

Renal failure in cats

How does the kidney work? The main function of the kidney is filtration of the blood. They will still perform this task adequately even when up to 70% of function is lost. Blood is pumped through the nephrons which filter out water and small substances. As this...

Feeding your rabbit

Rabbits are grazing animals that are adapted to consuming a diet that is relatively low in energy and protein but very high in fibre. They gain adequate nutrition by consuming large volumes of food over several hours a day, and this wears down their constantly growing...

Understanding Cushings disease (Hyperandrenacortacism)

Definition Hypreadrenacortacism is excessive production of cortisone by the adrenal cortex. The Adrenal Gland The adrenal glands sit above the kidneys and are responsible for producing and balancing electrolytes and cortisol for the body. The inner core of the adrenal...

Understanding Pancreatitis

Definition Pancreatitis is defined as inflammation of the pancreas. The pancreas is a small organ attached to the small intestine. It has two main functions: 1) To produce hormones such as insulin 2) To produce enzymes that aid in the digestion of food Some of the...

Does my dog or cat have arthritis?

My dog/cat is getting slower in their old age- Is this arthritis? What should I do? Arthritis literally means ‘inflammation of the joint' and it is a very broad term that encompasses varying levels of degenerative joint disease. Dogs and cats are similar to people in...

Stay on top of your pet’s health!

At Annandale Animal Hospital, we know how important it is to prevent issues before they happen.

That’s why we encourage pet owners to come in for routine checkups, even if you think everything is going well with your furry loved one.
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