There has been a spike in snake bites in Queensland and there is a probability that Sunshine Coast could also be plagued by similar outbreaks in Burnside. The snakes in Queensland have landed 8 individuals in Hospital including adults. This means not just our lives are in danger, but the lives of our pets are too. This means that you shall know about some Coes Creek doctors (for you and your family) and veterinarians (for your kittens or dogs) in the area for emergency services. There have been also the cases of dogs and cats bitten by snakes on the Sunshine Coast.
What happens if your cat or your dog is bitten, and you do not know where to go for excellent services that you will need for your pets. Rather than letting your pet go into a vet hospital, you should be knowledgeable about the services that can treat snake bites.
All Animal Veterinary Services:
If you have any medical emergency related to your pet in Sunshine Coast then, fortunately, All Animal Veterinary Services in Nambour on the Sunshine Coast are the vet to see. If your pets have been bitten by a snake on the Sunshine Coast, you have to hurry to their clinic to treat your small animal. Not doing so, can have very undesirable consequences relating to your pet.
What can All Animal Veterinary Services do about this unfortunate news:
A lot actually as the vets here, are very experienced and their service has been raging on for a couple of years now. Dr. Chris Pearson, Dr. Kim Evans and Dr. Vicki Barker already had extensive experience in Veterinary Science before a partnership with each other at Nambour on the Sunshine Coast. This means they have extensive experience and training in treating small animals around the areas of the Sunshine Coast
Leave the job of catching the cold reptiles to the professionals:
The vets at All Animal Veterinary Services are advising the pet owners and Sunshine Coast locals to refrain from catching the snakes themselves. The spike in snake bites has also been due to local people of the Sunshine coast who are emulating Youtubers who have indeed captured snakes. The local people are inexperienced in this kind of job and in trying to help their pet, end up getting their pets and themselves bitten. No wonder there has been a spike in the news of dogs and cats bitten by snakes on the Sunshine coast.
In conclusion, please refrain from catching the snakes by yourself or with the help of your cats and dogs. Also to keep the services of All Animal Veterinary Services in your mind in case your cat or dog is bitten by one of the snakes who are still are free to move.