Treatment price rise on July 1st 2011 Want a further discount? Refer a friend and you will receive 10% off your next treatment.
Just ask your friend to mention w ho referred them when booking an appointment.
A small price rise will apply from June 30th.
For regular clients (people who have had a horse seen in the previous 3 months) their treatment cost will increase by $5 For new clients or casual consultations the price increase is $10 I try to keep costs down for everyone by timetabling my days with as little travel as possible, to make this work I need at least 24 hours notice of a cancellation.
I do understand cancelling at late notice is sometimes unavoidable and will take that into consideration, however a cancellation fee of $50 will now apply for appointments cancelled with less than 24 hours notice. HEALTHY HORSE VOL 7 Page 4 Real Life Horse Emergency! By Rachel Harris During the 5-hour wait (for the vet), I was able to reduce the amount of pain Razz was experiencing using my red light torch on the colic points every 30-45 minutes or so…. A couple of weeks ago at 6.30am on a very cold wintery morning I found my horse Razz lying on the ground in a considerable amount of pain.
My husband sat with him while I ran back to the house to get my red light torch, thermometer, colic point chart and a list of phone numbers for various vets.
His temperature was well above normal but gut sounds were present so I was unsure if we were dealing with colic or something else.
Our local vet was in surgery when I called so after exhausting the list of numbers I called Robyn for advice.
Happy to take the very worried early morning call, Robyn calmly reassured me of how to look after Razz until we could get a vet.
Living outside of Canberra, and without a float, we had no choice but to wait for our vet to finish the surgery and visit.
During the 5-hour wait, I was able to reduce the amount of pain Razz was experiencing by using my red light torch on the colic points every 30-45 minutes or so depending on the amount of pain he was showing.
My efforts didn’t cure the situation but kept things manageable until our vet arrived and diagnosed an infective process occurring in the abdomen.
A dose of pain relief and antibiotics saw Razz recover well in the afternoon but continue to show signs of discomfort for the next few days until the antibiotics did their job.
Robyn kept in contact over the following days to check how things were going.
It is comforting to know we can contact Robyn outside our normal visits and we really appreciate her knowledge and honesty.
We have seen a vast improvement in the overall wellbeing of our three horses since Robyn has been visiting – and one of our horses even chases after her car when she leaves! Pet Miracle stops Unwanted Urination Treatments for Small Animals Cost $50, providing the animal comes to me, or I am passing through their area. Recently I was asked to look at an 18 mth old bitch, she was a very active small cross breed.
Tina had begun urinating when she was picked up, this had been attributed to her being overexcited but a lady at the dog park had suggested I might be able to help.
Tina ‘s back was very painful, especially in the lumbar area.
The lumbar area is where the nerves which control the bladder originate from, injury to the lumbar area often creates incontinence in dogs and cats.
The lumbar area is often injured by jumping, and of course Tina loves jumping…up, onto, over…everywhere! After one treatment Tina stopped the involuntary urinating, after two treatments her back felt normal.
Being a young dog she healed very quickly.
Older dogs often have the same issue but it may take several treatments to settle the problem.
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