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Sneak Peek - Oreo (物理治療小點滴 - Oreo)

Meet Oreo- our gorgeous Boston terrier friend who delivers unlimited kisses and licks during our visits.

Tuesday 21st August 2018

Dr Jane explains her front leg tendon problem and how we keep this bouncy girl moving.Meet Oreo- our gorgeous Boston terrier friend who delivers unlimited kisses and licks during our visits. Dr Jane explains her front leg tendon problem and how we keep this bouncy girl moving.

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Dr Jane joins the prestigious new VSMR chapter of ANZCVS

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