COVID-19 Clinic Update

At this point in time, we are operating with new contactless COVID-19 Protocols. 

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Coronavirus and your pets

As COVID-19, or Coronavirus, is continuing to spread worldwide, we would like to address the concern of the virus spreading from animals to humans or vice versa.

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Does your cat hate being in a carrier?

Maybe, but it’s extremely important to use one when travelling somewhere, specifically the vet clinic.

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Keeping seniors safe this summer

All pet parents need to be aware of the dangers of a hot summer to the pet. However, when it comes to our senior pets, the hot weather may present a more serious risk to their health. Your senior furry family member will thank you for taking the time to go through these summer senior tips!

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Who says dogs don’t have superpowers?

Meet Ranji, a valued member of the Gold Coast Airport team. Ranji is a therapy dog who helps alleviate the stress often associated with travelling. We recently had the pleasure of chatting with Ranji’s mum, Jannet, at our clinic where she revealed the secrets behind his exceptional abilities.

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Could your pet have an ear infection?

Ear problems can be frustrating to treat; they often can wax and wane and knowing when to finish treatment can be difficult due to the shape of our cats and dogs ear canals. 

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Santa's Naughty List: Christmas Dangers for your pet

While we celebrate Christmas and indulge in the holiday season, it is important to remember to be mindful of our furry family members.

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Our Giving Tree

Just as we continue to digest our halloween lollies it's time to discuss what's coming up for Christmas.

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Why feeding premium food to your pet is best

We all love our pets and would like them to be their healthiest selves and live for as long as possible– even forever if we could make it so!  Accordingly, we want to feed them nothing but the best.   But how do we know what is the best? 

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Indoor cats and parasites. Are they still at risk?

The answer is YES. Unfortunately, indoor cats can become infested with fleas and other parasites very easily.

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