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|Comment||Thank you Dr. Bright. I was thinking that it might be hip displacia as every so often he would do this with one leg but it has never lasted more than 24hrs. I am taking him to the vet today. Thank you again for your help and for your love of animals that has led to you volunteering to help others free of charge online. You are a Godsend amongst veterinarians.|
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I am a vet with a special interest in dermatology, particularly allergic dogs and cats, behaviour and acupuncture. I work mainly with dogs and cats. If you are wondering why your pet is still itchy, despite good flea control, or why your dog licks his feet, I may be able to give you some solutions. I'm currently very passionate about behaviour and am doing some further education in this area. So if you have a troubling behaviour with your dog or cat, such as barking, leash reactivity, anxiety or a dog who is a little wild and difficult to control, I may be able to help you with some solutions.
I work in an area of Sydney where we see lots of allergic pets. I think behaviour problems are very common and I help a number of owners find solutions that will restore peace to them and their pets.
Currently I enjoy answering questions, providing advice and writing pet care articles for www.lovethatpet.com
I graduated as a vet from Sydney Uni in 2006 and have since been completing my Masters in Small Animal Practice and am also updating my skills with a behaviour course through Sydney Uni.