Congratulations Dr Georgia!
We were all very excited for Dr Georgia as she married her wonderful fiance, Rhys, in a lovely ceremony at Magpie’s Nest last weekend.
Dr Georgia looked amazing as did Rhys and their fur baby, Sam. Sam, and his friend Max, behaved excellently throughout the ceremony and following at the reception.
Dr Alex, baby Thomas and many of the staff attended the wedding and all looked fabulous in their best wedding gear.
It was a beautiful wedding and we all wish Georgia and Rhys the very best for their new life together! And Sam too, of course!
Vet Nurse of the Year
A huge congratulations to nurses Sonya and Priscilla on your nominations as Vet Nurse of the Year!
We are so proud of you both!
You are both such compassionate and dedicated nurses. We are pleased to see you receiving the recognition you so richly deserve.
Nurse, and Support Staff, Appreciation Day!
Last Friday we celebrated the wonderful nurses and support staff at Lake Road Vet Hospital. It’s a favourite day for all at the clinic. A day when we say thank you to our nurses and support staff for all the hard work they do everyday of the year. They make the clinic the special place it is.
Many of our staff are never seen by our clients but are there making sure that the clinic runs smoothly so that nurses and vets can do their jobs.
Thank you to each and every one of you! You are the best!
It’s that time of year when baby birds are hatching and leaving their nests. Each year we receive a number of babies that people find and bring into the clinic unnecessarily. Here is why:
- If a baby bird (fledgling) has left the nest and is learning to fly they will be on the ground for a reason. They are not in danger and are being looked after by their parents.
- Do not take these fledglings from their parents as their parents will teach them important bird skills. Their parents will continue to feed them when they are on the ground. Only assist if they are in danger.
- You can assist if the baby birds are featherless as they will die if they are not kept warm. These babies are not fledglings.
Ruby, an older dog, was recently handed in to our rescue service, her heart broken family had moved and were unable to take her with them.
They needed have worried. Ruby has a new home with owners who love her dearly! She gets lots of cuddles and a few extras in her new forever home!
Relay for Life
The Lake Road Labradoodles are gearing up for new week’s Relay for Life. We are very close to our $1000 target!
We will be relaying next weekend. You can still join our team or come along and say hello to us.
We will have a few goodies on sale with all profits going towards our target and the Cancer Council.