Jeans for Genes!
The girls recently pulled on their jeans to come out in support of one of LRV chosen charities, Jeans for Genes!
As well as wearing their jeans they bought delicious cupcakes made by Nurse Georgia. Yummy! Thanks Georgia!
The money raised went to Children’s Medical Research and helps find treatments and cures for children’s genetic diseases.
Farewell to Dr Beth
We have recently said farewell to Dr Beth who has left our practice. Dr Beth will be missed by her clients and by our staff. Thank you Dr Beth and good luck in your future endeavours!
Right- Nurse Georgia and her Jeans for Genes cupcakes.
Happy birthday to Jade!
Jade is one of our trainee nurses.
We hope you had a fantastic day Jade and that you were very spoiled!
We have a beautiful Ragdoll kitten. He is 9 months old and a clever, gentle giant. His name is Ari and he is looking for a quiet and relaxing family.
Dr Alex has returned from a workshop in Adelaide where she continued her studies into orthopaedic fracture repair.
It’s Magpie Season!
It’s very tempting during magpie season to want to feed these intelligent birds who tug at your heartstrings with their antics and their ability to communicate.
A timely reminder of the small amount of human food you should feed them. Magpies as with all birds need to get the majority of their food from the natural habitat.
We love hearing from our clients about their pets.
We enjoy the funny stories sent to us and love seeing their photos.
If you want your pet to possibly feature in the blog, let us know you are happy to publish.
This week we are featuring Marisa’s cute but naughty Kitty. Cat’s do love a box! or a bag to chew on!
Do you need lamb, kid or puppy jumpers?
If you have a lamb, or a kid goat or a puppy in need of a warm jumper we have a large supply of hand knitted jumpers from the wonderful people at Lamb Jumpers “Helping Our Farmers”.
They are warm and brightly coloured and will fit poddy lambs for a good amount of growth and the same for a kid goat. They are great for poddy sized dogs and pups. They are free and you only have to come in and ask.