Posts Tagged ‘ Global Veterinary Services ’

Winky the festive lamb

Dec 10th, 2019 | By

WINKY THE LAMB is well into the festive spirit and some Yuletide costumes. She got into her fancy dressups last week when Number 8 Network called in to say hello. The little lass was born six weeks ago with a hyperthyroid condition and was weak when brought in to Global Veterinary Services in Gordonton. “She

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Kids hang on author’s words

Jun 12th, 2013 | By

The young ‘uns visiting Global Veterinary Services this morning know exactly what noise kiwis make, says author Jonathan Short. The 21-year-old illustrator was reading from his new book Devon the Dog’s Adventure, and the group of 25 students from nearby Great Beginnings pre-school was most enthusiastic. “They let me know they knew the answer,” he

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Galloping ponies

Nov 19th, 2012 | By

It was all on at the Gordonton Pony Club on Sunday, and Chris Gore from Global Veterinary Services took these shots: And, as an added bonus, here’s one of vet Sally Moore and friends from a recent talk she gave –



Horsing around for a good cause

Oct 15th, 2012 | By

Sally Moore spent some of her wind-swept Sunday with members of the Gordonton Pony Club. The local veterinarian  gave a talk on the contagious disease Strangles and then lent her stethoscope for all those eager for some hands-on practice. Fifteen-year-old Olivia was quiet and very well behaved throughout the session, N8N can report.  She is

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Poisons a peril for pets

Sep 21st, 2012 | By

Resident vet Sally Moore from Global Veterinary Services takes a quick look at common items around the garden that may be harmful to your animals. There’s a whole heap of poisonous plants out there that it’s best for our little woollies and hairies to avoid. It’s not just the plants that are dangerous – with

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Keeping calfie happy and sleek

Sep 7th, 2012 | By

You don’t want your pet calf coming down with scours.  Sally Moore from Global Veterinary Services offers advice. Scours are loose bowel movements and are caused by nutrition or infection. In the first case the scours look pale yellow or white and the pet will usually be happy in themselves. Overfeeding and feeding the milk

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