Vaccinations can be a contentious issue with many concerns in both animal owners and the human population regarding over-vaccination and the necessity of vaccinations. Vaccinations are developed to help prevent disease in both humans and animals that in the past have had disastrous consequences. For … Read more about Vaccinations
Many people get confused with the mind-boggling array of parasite preventatives now available in the Australian market. Spot ons, injectables, oral chews and tablets make up the combinations of products we can use to treat our furry friends. In our dogs we have three main classes of parasites; … Read more about Canine Parasite Prevention
Parasite preventatives are a big region of discussion in our cats and dogs, however many rabbit and guinea pig owners are unsure if their animals require regular worming and flea preventatives. As a general rule, regular parasite products should not be required in these little critters. It is … Read more about Rabbit and Guinea Pig Parasite Prevention
Parasite prevention in our feline friends often gets forgotten or neglected, as we tend to see less parasite issues in these guys than their canine counterparts. Not only this, but the vast array of options available now on the market place can cause confusion and result in owners giving … Read more about Feline Parasite Prevention
This year Twistie has outdone himself!! Today we received the exciting news that Twistie has won Clinic Cat of the year - VICTORIAN CHAMPION! Twistie has beaten all other clinic cats in the state of Victoria to take out the prize. Thank you so much for your support and for voting for our beautiful … Read more about Victorian Clinic Cat of the Year Champion!
On the 27th November 2016, our very own Dr Paul Owens travelled to the Gili Islands, Indonesia to spend ten days working with the charity Animal Aid Abroad to improve the lives of horses and ponies in working regions. The main focus was on dental care and helping treat (as well as prevent) wounds … Read more about Paul Volunteers in Indonesia