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SASH Patient Stories

Read articles and case studies by SASH vets and industry specialists.
Police Dog Bandit was in a critical condition, from a migrating grass seed
Elroy, the Blood Donor Hero's emergency episode
Little Yoda had been snoring, having episodes of regurgitation/reflux, exercise fatigue from stertorous respiration, but not causing exercise intolerance
Ted gave his dad quite the scare when the stick he was playfully chasing, became stuck in Ted’s throat causing swelling, breathing difficulties, bleeding and distress.
Toby a 1 year old English bulldog presented to SASH, having eaten a mango seed to the owner’s horror.
After tests at SASH, Jelly Bean was diagnosed with immune-mediated haemolytic anaemia (IMHA), a condition where her own immune system starts attacking her red blood cells.
Penny had developed life-threatening anaemia and her immune system was destroying her own blood cells in a condition called immune-mediated haemolytic anaemia (IMHA).
Charlie's family first noticed that something wasn't quite right with the 8 year old Maltese Cross when he suddenly became a little wobbly while walking, and wasn't able to jump onto the couch.