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Essential for early socialisation & good manners of your puppy. A well behaved dog will be welcome where ever you go.Explore
The DIY dog wash/hydrobath is located at the corner of the vet surgery and is available 7 days 6am-10pm.Explore
In accordance with the Covid-19 restrictions, all visitors to the clinic, or unless otherwise advised, are required to wear a face mask. You must also practice social distancing while in the clinic and use the hand sanitiser at front door prior to entering the clinic.
If you have flu like symptoms and your pet requires medical attention, a telehealth consult via Medechat is available. Book a Telehealth Appointment
A survey by drug company Zoetis showed that on average pet owners are only administering heartworm prevention 5/12 times per year, leaving dogs & cats at risk of developing this life threatening infection. We have developed a plan to help pet owners overcome this & save money - the Platinum Paws Club! There are 3 levels to choose from including options for FREE, unlimited consultations!
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There are two main infectious viral diseases of concern to pet rabbits in Australia: myxomatosis and calicivirus. Both of these diseases have been used in attempts to control the wild population of rabbits in Australia, but sadly, our pet rabbits are not immune, and tend to contract the disease more easily than their wild counterparts.Read More
Well that time of year is upon us again! And after the year that has been 2020, we are all looking forward to the festivities & family time Christmas brings! To ensure the furry member/s of your family can enjoy the day with you, there are a few things you should be mindful of.Read More
Once COVID-19 restrictions start to ease, and we return to work, school or study, we may be starting to spend more time away from home. It is essential to know how to help our pets manage this transition, as knowing what to expect supports their emotional health and gives them a sense of control.Read More
Did you know that an adult chicken’s body temperature is between 40.6 °C to 41.7 °C? Chickens have a much higher metabolic rate than mammals, and consequently have a higher body temperature. When they are not eating or unwell, a chicken’s body temperature can drop and cause the bird to become hypothermic.Read More
VetCheck is the easy-to-use app that allows you to keep all of their pet’s information, appointments and treatment plans in one place. Developed by Dr Moss Siddle, it is a complete pet care management app and it's FREE!Find out more