SASH Ask-A-Vet


The SASH stand 678 & 680


9am – 5pm Daily.

Talks: On the hour from 10am to 4pm daily.

SASH are proud sponsors of the ASK-A-VET feature! Hear from SASH’s Emergency and Specialist Vets about their Top Tips for caring for your pets PLUS visit the new, Specialist Vet Services area for a fun and interactive Vet Simulation showcasing their specialist services.

SASH Emergency 24/7

Every day, the SASH Emergency team treats a number of life-threatening, yet preventable conditions. 

Come join the SASH Emergency team as they teach you the top tips to keep your pets out of the emergency room. (Stand 680). Topics covered will include: Common household toxins & poisons; Best ways to prevent the deadly paralysis tick; Signs it is time to go to emergency; and What to do in an emergency. This is an opportunity to meet some of Sydney’s brightest Emergency vets and nurses, as well as to ask them questions related to your pooch.

Specialist Vet Services & Vet Simulation

Learn more about your family pets and the specialist services that SASH offers in a fun and interactive way at their Specialist Vet Services stand. (Stand 678) This year, you can test your skills and help diagnose Sasha’s diseases! See if you have what it takes to be a vet with our two exciting vet simulation games for dog lovers. Diagnose correctly in these two simulations and you could win some exclusive prizes!

  1. Hurry! Sasha the dog has swallowed something she shouldn’t have. Can you use our real ultrasound machine to look inside and work out how many objects are in Sasha?
  2. Poor Sasha, she’s presented to you with a mysterious disease. All you have are a list of symptoms and your wits, can you channel your inner vet and work out how many specialist departments you will call on to help manage the case?

Through these interactive games the experts from SASH will teach you plenty about your pooch, and let you experience what it is like when you take your dog to Australia’s leading emergency and specialist veterinary hospital. SASH is the referral hospital for the TV show Bondi Vet so you have probably seen them in action!