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Vitality Vetcare

Phone: 02 6687 0675
4a Ballina Rd Bangalow
NSW 2479 Australia

Integrative Medicine

Integrative Medicine

There is no separation between conventional and natural therapies.

Our priority is what is going to be of the most benefit to your animal.

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Voluntary Wildlife Care

Voluntary Wildlife Care

Pro-bono treatment of Australian wildlife

We collaborate with local wildlife groups to provide excellent care of sick, injured and orphaned wildlife

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Herbal Medicine

Herbal Medicine

We use Western and Chinese herbal medicines for a wide range of acute and chronic problems including skin, digestive, nervous and painful conditions.

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Vitality Vetcare Homeopathy

Vitality Vetcare Homeopathy

Homeopathy can be a safe and effective treatment for a wide range of acute and long-term problems for a particular animal or group of animals.

 

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Congratulations Dr Megan!

on Tuesday, 05 March 2019. Posted in Vitality Vetcare Latest News and Events

Dr Megan Kearney receives her Master of Veterinary Studies degree

Congratulations Dr Megan!

Dr Megan Kearney receives her Master of Veterinary Studies in Conservation Medicine degree from Murdoch University. Dr Megan spent four years following her passion, studying conservation medicine, including a placement at the Australian Wildlife Health Centre, Healesvile, Victoria and Currumbin Wildlife Hospital, Queensland.

What is conservation medicine?

"Conservation medicine is an emerging discipline that involves the integration of veterinary science, conservation biology and public health in order to: advance biodiversity conservation; address issues associated with the inter-relationships between human, animal and ecosystem health; and study the effects of global environmental change on these health inter-relationships." Murdoch University

Dr Megan sums it up as learning to become a wildlife veterinarian and understanding the inter-relationships between human, animal and ecological health.

 

Opening Hours

10am - 5:45pm Tue - Thur

Consultations by appointment only

Emergencies: please call your local general practice vet or

North Coast Emergency Vets, Ballina 0424 054 056 weekends & PH

Animal Emergency Service, Carrara, Gold Coast 07 5559 1599

 

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