• All adult cats and dogs require a vaccination at least once each year. Certain elements are given every 3rd year however, flu components must be given annually. Keeping your pet’s vaccinations up to date is a crucial component of preventative health care. We can advise you on what vaccinations your pet requires based on their lifestyle and risk factors.
  • Adopting a puppy or kitten into your family is an exciting time! Once your new addition has settled in, one of the first things to do is schedule a health check with us. During this appointment, we will check your new pet for common problems, as well as discussing vaccinations, parasite prevention, nutrition, desexing and any other questions that you have!
  • There are many benefits to surgically desexing your pet – these include:
    • Reduced risk of medical problems such as mammary cancer, pyometra and prostate cancer
    • Reducing unwanted behaviours such as escaping & aggression
    • Prevention of unwanted litters
  • Desexing your pet is something that happens only once in their lifetime, so we want to make it the best experience for them that we can. We include added benefits such as IV fluid support and take-home pain relief that may not be provided at all clinics.
  • The idea of your pet being infested with parasites is a disturbing thought, but it’s also a medical concern for their health!
  • We stock the most up-to-date and effective ranges of parasite control products available & we can tailor a complete parasite control program to suit you & your pet’s individual needs.
  • Dogs and cats require at least one comprehensive veterinary health exam every year. Preventative health care allows us to detect possible problems earlier, before they become serious illnesses! This goes a long way towards making sure your pet stays a happy and healthy member of your family for many years to come.
  • Due to advances in veterinary medicine, pets are now living longer than ever! Because of this, some age-related medical conditions are becoming more common such as arthritis, dental disease, cancer, kidney disease and dementia (to name just a few). Once your pet reaches their senior years, they require check ups more often, as well as screening blood tests to detect problems early (before your pet becomes sick!).
  • It’s easy to get confused or overwhelmed by all the pet foods on the market. Scientifically-based feeding regimes are vitally important to maintain your pet’s health and well-being. Expert nutritional advice is also important in treatment of many chronic diseases. Our staff are educated in the most up-to-date information regarding nutrition, and can help you find a super-premium quality diet that best meets your pet’s dietary requirements.