All articles by Amanda Taylor
Internal Medicine Specialist
Amanda graduated from the University of Queensland in 2007 and worked in small animal referral and general practice in Brisbane for 5 years before undertaking a residency in Small Animal Medicine at the University of Sydney in 2013.
Amanda’s clinical interests include neurology, immune-mediated and infectious diseases.
Seizures in dogs: causes & signs
Seizures are sudden transient involuntary events. Although they are not uncommon in dogs, witnessing your pet ...
Canine neural angiostrongyliasis or rat lung worm disease
Dogs become infected following ingestion of rat lung worm larvae within infected snails/ slugs. They do not n...