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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
During May, book a urine analysis for cats 7 years and over and get 20% off. A urinalysis can detect diseases such as diabetes, kidney disease and infections of the urinary tract. It consists of USG (Urine Specific Gravity which is related to kidney function) and Dipstick test (pH, protein, glucose, bilirubin, and ketones and blood). The urine sample is evaluated for its physical properties which include specific gravity, colour and clarity, and biochemically for pH, protein, glucose, bilirubin, and ketones and blood. Available for Cats 7 years and over. Book an appointment today!
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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As pets are living longer and longer, they become vulnerable to some of the same health issues as we see in elderly people, such as diabetes, kidney disease, urinary tract infections, heart disease and cancer. Unfortunately, our pets cannot tell us how they are feeling and the early signs of some of these illnesses can be very subtle.Read More
Do you know the signs of arthritis in cats? Cats are very skilled at hiding the early signs of illness or pain. While dogs with arthritis may show signs of limping or slowing down on walks, cats may have much more subtle signs of arthritis, such as sleeping more, not grooming as much (particularly around the hind quarters) or not jumping as high.Read More
Everyone loves the beautiful array of flowers we have here in the Hills, but did you know some plants are poisonous to pets? Lilies, rhododendrons, azaleas, daffodils, tulips, camellias, hydrangeas, carnations and chrysanthemums are just some of the many plants which can be dangerous to pets. Ornamental flowers in flower arrangements can also pose a risk to indoor pets. In some cases, such as lilies, even a cat just licking the pollen off their fur can cause potentially deadly illness. Be aware of the risks with any flowers or plants in your home and garden, and where possible prevent your pets from accessing them.Read More
Urine tests are a simple way to gain valuable insights into the internal health of our pets. Urine testing can help us to detect problems such as kidney disease, diabetes, urinary tract infections, bladder/kidney stones and more, making it a very useful screening tool for older pets in particular. Urine tests are essential to investigate problems such as excessive thirst or urination, urinary incontinence (leaking urine when asleep), inappropriate urination around the house or difficult/painful urination.Read More
In stressful times, our pets can be a great source of comfort. But sometimes our pets will also get stressed by changes to routines, or picking up on their owner’s emotions. Stress and anxiety can manifest in many different ways, but one condition we see frequently in young to middle aged cats is called “Stress Cystitis”.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