Please feel free to download our information guides which explain some common pet problems…
Puppy Health Care Information
If you’ve just recently welcomed a new puppy to your life, download this handy guide to the essential care that your puppy will need…
Puppy Preschool Registration Form
Interested in learning the techniques that will help you and your puppy become best friends? Download our registration form for Puppy Preschool!
Anasthesia and Your Pet
To ensure your pet can properly process and eliminate an anaesthetic, we run tests to confirm that your pet’s organs are functioning properly and to find hidden health conditions that could put your pet at risk.
De-sexing your pet
Desexing your pet is not just to help control the overpopulation problem, it also has many health benefits for your pet!
Does your dog have an annoying habit you’d like to fix? Or maybe you’d just like to understand why your dog behaves in a certain way? Once you understand some of the fundamentals of dog behaviour you’ll be amazed at what your dog is trying to tell you!
Proper dental care is just as important to your pets health and well being as things like nutrition, exercise and grooming. Unfortunately, dental hygiene is often overlooked as some pet owners think it’s normal for cats and dogs to have bad breath.
The most common time to find ticks about is from July through to January. The tick prefers this Spring-Summer period though Winter is milder in the top of Queensland and is often more prominent after a period of rainy weather.
In practice, we tend to see pancreatitis in animals after they have eaten a fatty meal. Statistically, obesity and the ingestion of fatty meals are the two main predisposing factors in the dog. Other suspected predisposing causes in the dog and cat are abdominal trauma, certain drugs and metabolic disease, however it is also possible for certain conditions to compromise blood supply to the pancreas.
Hip dysplasia is a disease that affects young, growing dogs, and although some dogs may have hips assessed as normal when young, they may develop hip dysplasia as late as 2 years of age.
All ears are prone to infection but dogs are more commonly affected than other species. It’s pretty easy to spot an ear infection: just watch your pet scratch and rub at their ears. Most ear infections are easily treatable, but if left untreated can result in serious damage.