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Injured pets keep new clinic busy

Wednesday 10 January 2018 | Published in Local

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Injured pets keep new clinic busy
Te Are Manu president Trish Barton, left, with temporary volunteer vet Kate Galloway from Australia who is nursing a tiny puppy found on the side of the road on Sunday. At right is New Zealand volunteer vet nurse Baillie Doyle. Baillie keeps an eye on Baby, who suffered a dislocated hip and a pneumothorax after being hit by a car on Sunday. He had just had air removed from around his lungs to make him more comfortable and his owner will pick him up after a couple of days' recovery. 18010810

In just one day at Te Are Manu animal clinic in Arorangi, a constant stream of injured and abandoned dogs and cats flooded through the doors, including a litter of seven puppies who had been rescued from a rubbish bin, where they had been dumped overnight.

In just one day at Te Are Manu animal clinic in Arorangi, a constant stream of injured and abandoned dogs and cats flooded through the doors, including a litter of seven puppies who had been rescued from a rubbish bin, where they had been dumped overnight.


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