The term ‘cat lady’ isn’t always worn with pride, but Dr Keshe Chow is no ordinary feline enthusiast – she’s made a career out of it. Dr Chow is from the Melbourne Cat Referral Clinic and will be in Warrnambool this Monday as part of a dedicated cats-only day at The Vet Group’s Wollaston clinic.
Dr Tom Walsh Calving has become a year round activity in our region which means it is more important than ever to make it a routine process rather than a stressful one. Having a good transition plan will go a long way to ensuring that the calving period will fit in with the work flow
Calves are born with no natural protection from disease and it can take 3 to 4 weeks for them to develop their own antibodies. One of the best ways to protect your calves during this time, is to give them colostrum ─ the first milk produced by the cow or heifer after she has calved.