Whether your kitten is your first or an addition to your current pet family, your kitten will rely on you to ease the transition from their mum and littermates to your household. Keeping your kitten safe and comfortable takes planning and patience from everyone in the family. It is always a good idea to keep [...]
The Australian Government has planned to release the Calicivirus (RHDV) strain K5 in March 2017 in more than 600 sites within Australia to control wild rabbit populations. The K5 strain is a mutation of the existing RHDV1 and is already widespread in Australia. In a nutshell: There are now four types of Calicivirus with significance for [...]
Ever wondered why your cat eats grass? Many cat owners have noticed their cat at one point or another eating grass and throwing up not long after. The good news is, this is not a cause for concern. No evidence has been found to suggest that ingestion of grass will harm your cat. In fact, [...]
A safe home is a happy home! When pet-proofing one’s home or yard, it is important to look at items from your pet’s standpoint and consider what they are likely to play with, chew, or otherwise get into. If you believe there are any items that may potentially be dangerous for your pet it is [...]
Some cats do not cope well with new people or new experiences. This can be due to a combination of your cat’s genetic predisposition to anxiety, the environment that it is in and what it has learned from past experiences. Your cat may have anxiety if you notice any of these signs: Hiding under things [...]
Check out this lovely painting showing our core values hanging up in our clinic! It was painted by one of our very talented vets Dr. Alice!!
Did you pick up the most recent copy of the Manningham Leader? You would of spotted two very familiar faces! One of our fabulous groomers, Colleen, and Pepper posed for a picture in order raise awareness of the importance of grooming as a part of your petcare routine. It isn't all about looks, among [...]