Here at NSVH we see many puppies and kittens but there are times when staff feel an attraction to some animals they see, for no particular reason. At the end of May this happened during a routine vaccination.

Glenn and Emily Luff brought their families 12 week old Retriever, Ruby in for her puppy vaccinations. The first thing you notice about Ruby is how big she was for a pup. At 3 months of age she weighed in at 9kg.

It was New Year’s Eve in Watsonia and Axel Prusa was on his veranda, in his enclosure, wanting to come inside.

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Asha belongs to the De Run family of Bundoora and is a huge bundle of energy and with two young boys in the family, the three of them never seem to run out of steam.

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When you hear the words “Black Russian”, are you thinking of the drink or the large BRT terrier? Archie O’Neill came into the Rosanna Veterinary Clinic for his yearly vaccination with his proud owner Josh.

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 In March, a new pup, Kranski was brought into Greensborough for his routine puppy visit of a vaccination, microchip and Sentinel for heartworm, flea and intestinal worm control. Kranski is a standard male Dachshund, black and tan in colour weighing 2.8kg at 11 weeks of age. He was a great bundle of fun for the Keleher’s who had forgotton what puppyhood involved. Something was missing though and they felt like they needed a mate for Kransky.

 On Monday 28th May two tiny, red, curly balls of puppy came into our hospital for the first time. These lucky little pups have certainly found a loving home where all their needs shall be met and more with Alan and Pat Fennell. The Fennell’s had earlier lost their long-time friend Suki to old age and felt the time was right to take on a pup but they have now taken on double trouble.

Charlie and Saffy are brother and sister from the same litter of Cavoodles born on the 24th March 2012.

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