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A reminder not to leave dogs in hot cars

Dogs NSW is reminding owners not to leave dogs in hot cars, as the Bureau of Meteorology forecasts record high temperatures in the coming months. It takes only 10 minutes for the temperature inside of a car to skyrocket by 20 degrees so it’s not hard to imagine the deadly heat inside a car when the temperature hits 40-plus degrees outside, like it does in many parts of NSW during summer. “Dogs can’t sweat to cool themselves so they can develop heat stroke and die very quickly in hot conditions,” Dogs NSW president Lyn Brown said. In fact, it only takes six minutes for a dog to die in such conditions. Anyone who sees a dog suffering in a hot car should phone their local RSPCA immediately on 1300 278 3589.

Dr Ragaei ( Reggie) Shenouda is leaving us...

October, 2017 - Reggie is leaving us to become head veterinarian at Best Friends Blacktown Pet Care Supercentre. His last day will be Wednesday 11th October, so please feel free to come in and say goodbye. It has been wonderful working with him the last 4 years - and we will all miss him greatly, and wish him every success in his future career..

Puppy Preschool and Adolescent Dog Classes

We now have Les from DogWise Behaviour and Training doing our puppy pre-school and adolescent classes. Les is an accredited behavioural training therapist, and runs classes with some of the other local veterinary hospitals as well. Give him a call on: 0400 819 330 to organise a booking.

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