Have you adopted your first pet ever? Learn more about the basic care and necessary veterinarian services your pet will require.

Reasons for Adding Pet Grooming Services to your Veterinary Private Practice

31 January 2019
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As a veterinarian, running a private practice can be both fulfilling and profitable. Have you ever thought about adding pet grooming services to your establishment? If not, then now is probably the best time to do so. Currently, there are approximately 24 million pets in Australia, and pet owners want the best possible care for their pets. While pets can be given the recommended weekly bath, the pet owners do not mind taking their dogs or cats for professional grooming services. Read More …

Vet Surgery – Surviving Post-Op with Your Furry Friend

25 September 2018
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The prospect of vet surgery can make any pet owner squeamish. But you have to remember that this ordeal will be much worse for your furry friend. Thus, it is up to you to ensure that your pet gets the best post-op care and is kept as comfortable as possible. If you have never undergone vet surgery with your pet, you may be unaware of what to expect. And while the vet will furnish you with some instructions, there are some extra considerations you should have in mind to facilitate quick recovery for your pet. Read More …

Two tips for keeping your dog healthy

27 December 2017
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If you're a dog owner, here are some things you can do to ensure that your pet remains happy and healthy. Don't ignore seemingly minor injuries If your dog sustains an injury, it is absolutely vital to have your vet examine them, even if the injury appears to be quite minor. The reason for this is as follows; many seemingly small injuries can either cause major, life-threatening illnesses or can be an indication of a serious underlying condition. Read More …

Things Should Should Know About Spaying an Adult Cat

16 August 2017
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There are plenty of reasons a female cat may have reached adulthood without getting spayed. It's often because the cat has been used to produce a couple of litters, or it could simply be that they were a stray before being picked up by an animal shelter. In any case, it's well worth having an older cat spayed because the likelihood of certain types of cancer, especially breast cancer, rises and the risks associated with pregnancy become more serious. Read More …

5 Ways to Prevent Canine Stress During Firework Displays

17 May 2017
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There aren't many dogs that enjoy the loud noises made by fireworks, and there are plenty of dogs that truly hate hearing them. This can actually be quite serious; noise phobia in dogs is not uncommon, and it can lead to a significant level of canine stress. That's not something that's healthy for your dog, and it's something that any concerned owner is going to want to avoid.  Here are just five tips you can follow to help your dog out during fireworks. Read More …

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Critical Veterinary Care for Your Fluffy Family Members

I recently adopted my first dog and learned how much I care for this creature. While the relationship is different than any I have ever had with a human, I can't say I love my dog any less. In fact, in many ways, I love my dog more than I have ever loved anyone before. As a result, I take his veterinary care very seriously. I have spent months researching veterinary care for both dogs and cats, and I want to share that info here in case you need help with your furry family members. Please, get comfortable, have your fluffy little one curl up in your lap and start exploring. I hope these posts help you keep your dog or cat safe and healthy.