Review of Brisbane Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Service
Page reviewed 2013-09-20
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Top 5 Posts by Brisbane Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Service
|2013-08-20||This lovely girl Sally came in to BVECCS at midnight last night (pj'...||94||8||14|
|2013-06-30||We recently had a tough emergency case that is very uncommon....||24||16||22|
|2013-07-26||With a knick knack paddy whack, give a dog a bone ... Bonnie was fed...||50||31||3|
|2013-07-15||This gorgeous little Australian native baby Brushtail has been getting...||61||7||14|
|2013-09-01||We don't see very many Italian Greyhounds at BVECCS. Tonight however...||40||7||2|