Wine and Bloods Night

Melbourne Rabbit Clinic celebrates an evening of getting to know your pet’s blood better Recently Melbourne Rabbit Clinic has been updating our medical protocols in regards to haematology – the study of our patients’ blood.  With the help of Dr Brad Galgut from ASAP veterinary pathology labs, and the donation of blood from some of our…

Vaccination Shortages and the K5 Release

This month marks the beginning of the Australian Government’s release of the K5 strain of RHDV, the virus most commonly known as calicivirus.  As previously mentioned in our coverage of the changing landscape of calicivirus strains present in Australia, K5 is an RHDVa strain, a form of virus similar to our original RHDV1 strain of…

Update on the Move

We’re really excited the move is happening! In the process of moving our equipment we are down to 1 phone line for the short time so please “bear” with us. Our contact phone number is still the same. We’ll be practising from a temporary location at Point Cook Animal Accident and Emergency with slightly varied…

Head-tilts and Holidays

An update on our E. cuniculi policy and all the end of year news As new veterinary studies are published and more information is discovered, the Melbourne Rabbit Clinic is updating our medical protocol regarding treating and preventing E. cuniculi.  This parasite can cause diseases to the central nervous system, eyes and kidneys in affected rabbits. We…

Summer Bugs

Flies, mozzies and other nasties The start of summer has been warm and wet, which is unfortunately is perfect weather for nasty bugs.  This means that we are seeing a lot of flystrike at the moment. Flystrike occurs when flies are attracted to abnormal smells (urine, faeces or damp skin) and lay their eggs in…

More vets, more locations, more time!

The Melbourne Rabbit Clinic website is back in business! July saw some big changes for the clinic, with extended hours, the return of Dr Alice Phan and the start of Dr Narelle Walter’s day clinics at Essendon and Point Cook Animal Accident and Emergency Centres. Melbourne Rabbit Clinic is now open to 6pm on Mondays,…

Free Nurse check ups for geriatric pets

It is Senior month at Melbourne Rabbit Clinic and to celebrate we are offering free Nurse check-up appointments for your pet if it is older than 6 years. Please read the post on “having a geriatric pet” and give our lovely staff a call to take up this amazing opportunity. Also Dr Alice Phan will…