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  • Dental Home Care for your pets by Nurse Lyn Young
    11 Aug 2017  | 0 Comments

    HOME DENTAL CARE 

    by Nurse Lyn

    Over 85% of dogs and cats over 4 years old have some form of periodontal (dental) disease. Dental disease causes bad breath (halitosis) and pain; it is also a source of infection and can make your pet seriously ill.
    Control of dental disease requires a two-pronged approach. Firstly; in-clinic care and secondly ... Read More

  • When is the right time to say goodbye? by Dr Debbie
    9 Aug 2017  | 0 Comments

    When is the right time to say goodbye?

    One of the toughest decisions a pet owner faces is regarding euthanasia. “How do I know if this is the right time?” “Am I making the right decision?” “Am I being selfish” These are questions I am asked regularly when people are wrestling with the prospect of euthanasia for ... Read More
  • IS MY DOG JUST GETTING OLD OR IS SOMETHING ELSE GOING ON? by HVH
    20 Jun 2017  | 0 Comments

    Is my dog just getting old or is this something else?

    Many people assume that stiffness and slowing down is a normal part of their pets ageing process, but what if it is something else? Below is a written account from a client who thought just that!

    We have a beautiful active 6 year old Labrador retriever named Tess. Last year we started to ... Read More
  • “Help, I think my dog has had a stroke” by Dr Debbie
    20 Jun 2017  | 0 Comments

    “Help, I think my dog has had a stroke”

    These are words I have often heard. Fortunately, in many cases, the diagnosis is something quite different & with a much more positive outcome than a stroke might have.

    It is quite understandable that many owners assume their dog may have had a stroke when he starts walking like a drunken ... Read More
  • Reducing Feline Stress & Anxiety by Dr Nicole Timms
    28 Mar 2017  | 0 Comments

    Reducing feline stress & anxiety

     Dr Nicole recently attended the Small Animal Behavioural Medicine Conference in Sydney and learnt some interesting information about reducing stress in felines, particularly multi cat households.

     For many of us owning one cat just isn’t enough so we might have two or three or more, but not ... Read More

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