Our Holiday Opening Hours

Please note our opening hours during the Christmas and New Year's holidays, as well as an Emergency Contact.

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Do you feed your dog bones?

Have you ever wondered whether or not you should feed your dog bones? You're not alone! For some dogs, bones can be really beneficial. 

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Meet Tess

In July, we had the lovely Tess the Labrador visit us afterhours as she was having trouble giving birth to her puppies and needed some assistance.

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Introducing Dr Sinead Phillips

Sinead has been working with us at the clinic since January this year. Sinead's main interests are production animal medicine as well as the management of chronic disease in older dogs and cats.

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The importance of microchipping your pet

Recently we have had a few stray animals find their way to our clinic who haven't been microchipped. If your pet goes missing and is brought into the clinic the first thing we do is check them for a microchip.

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Are you feeding your puppy or kitten the right diet

The first year of your puppy or kitten’s life is one of the most important. This is when their brains are developing, and they learn how to be a cat or dog, it is also the year that their body does all its growing.

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Did you know we offer a grooming service?

We recently welcomed Brooke to our team, Brooke is a groomer with 20 years experience and is at the clinic every Wednesday for all your grooming needs.

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Beware of Rat Bait around the home

Rat bait is unfortunately commonly used to control unwanted mice or rats around the perimeter of our properties.

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Fleas and allergies in your pet

At this time of the year we begin to see a lot of animals, especially dogs, with allergies and ear infections. There can be many reasons for allergies but one of the most common allergies for both cats and dogs is flea allergic dermatitis.

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Getting rid of the pesky flea!

The most common cause of itching, including scratching and biting the rump area, tail and back legs, in dogs and cats is the flea.

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