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Clinic Update

As of Tuesday 14th April until further notice any clients who have travelled to the following municipalities in the prior 2 weeks will not be allowed inside our clinic doors – Latrobe, Devonport, Kentish, Central Coast, Burnie, Waratah-Wynyard, Circular Head, and West Coast.

We will still be able to see your pets but will conduct your consult outside and/or inside the clinic via phone (FaceTime and Zoom is an option). Your pet will still be examined and treated by our staff wearing protective clothing.

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A huge thank you to everyone who has helped Stubby get a second chance on life! 🐾💕

Yesterday Dr Chris Allfree and his assistant Stacey from #BrightFuturesSurgery performed surgery on Stubby under the watchful eye of our anaesthetic nurse Leah! 🚑

Thank you to everyone who donated to make this possible (buying the wonderful magnets, coming in for our fundraising vaccination days, buying bandanas) - to our head nurse Leah for taking action to prevent his euthanasia, @NorthEastAnimalSanctuary for helping fundraise and to Chris and Stacey from Hobart for performing his surgery.

Any left over money has been put towards “Stubby’s Grant” a fund to help support other surgeries for in need rescue animals! 💕🐾😍🥰🎉
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(03) 6326 4900

Mowbray clinic at 9 Pleasant Street, Launceston, Tasmania 7248.