MRI There are a variety of neurological diseases that we can work up, including the use of MRI via a referral with Dr Julian Lunn. MRI with Dr Lunn is useful for; brain tumours seizures Neck pain Meningitis congenital malformations such as Chiari-like malformations Did you know that Dr Julian Lunn also attained a Masters...

Dobby is a Pharaoh hound, the national dog of Malta, bred for hunting rabbits. Dobby presented to AREC for surgical correction of a very rare condition know as a Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA) a condition involving the heart. To our knowledge PDA has not been reported in Pharaoh Hounds before. Dobby has had a post...

If she’s not rescuing them, she’s photographing them! AREC would like to introduce you to their new professional animal photographer Maree, Owner of Camera Plus Dog. Maree, is an award winning and passionate photographer, busy mum and rescue activist. Her involvement with animals started at an early age and she has succeeded in everything from...

Dr Deneille Logan is one of our very experienced senior emergency veterinarians. In the below article she shares her knowledge on what is often (unexpectedly) involved in treating a patient after being attacked by another dog. How does your (emergency) veterinarian approach the treatment of each patient? What do they need to be wary of? What do...

The cost of a $1500 CT can sometimes have pet owners (and even their regular vet), questioning the need for expenditure.  In the below article, our Medicine Specialist Dr Geoff Gibbons, shares some case files and images, to show that sometimes this tool can even save unnecessary spending or treatment. Radiographs are useful, but do you want...

Working as a Pommie in Aussie! Dr Catrina Durose joined us in early 2014, and we loved her immediately! But in February 2017, her time with us will sadly be coming to an end, as she returns home to the UK. Here, she shares her journey of working as an English expat veterinarian in Australia....

Dr Frances Ng explains some of the history and reasons, why our feline friends often have a fussy to quirky relationship with water. What can we do to keep their hydration levels satisfactory, and therefore reduce their vulnerability to disease such as kidney failure? As they have never forgotten that they were once worshiped as gods...

Dr Tara Morris gives us a quirky and real insight into the day-to-day (or should we say day-to-night), life of an emergency and critical care veterinarian. 5pm – Alarm goes off and I get up to broad daylight and hot summer temperatures.  I have to feed all my animals, have a shower and get ready for...

Dr Caroline Romeo has been with AREC since 2014. Her interests include diagnostic imaging, and she has done extended study in both ultrasound and radiology. We love her gentle and thorough approach to animal care. Below she guides us through the things to be aware of when dogs are in labour. Although giving birth is a...