Vets Continuing Education

Melissa has just returned from the University of Qld, Gatton small animal surgery facility and getting the latest surgical techniques to improve and treat the obstructive airway problems so common in brachycephalic dogs (short nosed breeds such as pugs, French and English bulldogs, Lhasa’s etc).

Jesse is attending two days at the Charles Sturt Vet Faculty in Wagga Wagga updating his skills on the new orthopaedic locking screw and plate technique for the repair of bone fractures. As the screw is now locked into the bone plate as well as the bone, it is inherently more secure and resistant to loosening.