Vaccinations

Vaccinations Vaccinations are very important and essential for preventive health care of your pet. They protect against several infectious diseases, which can make your pet very sick or may even be fatal in some cases. Puppies, Kittens and Rabbits get…

Neutering

Neutering Neutering is a routine surgery removing testicles in males or ovaries (and often the uterus) in females. Reasons for neutering include population control, reducing aggression, territory marking and wandering. It prevents mammary cancers, uterus infections and prostatic hyperplasia. Thinking of…

Food Advice

Food Advice Pet Nutrition Diets Balanced pet nutrition and a healthy diet are very important and will vary according to the particular needs of your pet. Specifically formulated food provides balanced pet nutrition, usually better than a home diet can…

Microchipping Microchipping is a simple procedure to help identify your pet if lost or stolen. It is also part of the requirements for your Pet Passport. Here comes the science bit.. “Its essentially an injection containing a small microchip the size…

Pet Passport All pets need a Pet Passport to travel abroad. Its very like getting your own Passport but we will handle all the paperwork involved. Your pet will need a Pet Passport, Microchip, up to date Rabies Vaccination, annual boosters vaccinations and have parasite treatment done. If travelling inside the…

Dental Care Did you know that up to 85% of dogs and cats have problems with their teeth? Many pet owners are not aware of the importance of oral hygiene for their pet, thinking “bad breath” is the only issue.…

Surgery Surgery is undertaken for elective purposes (such as neutering) and to diagnose or treat a condition. Diagnostic surgery is called “exploratory” surgery. It is usually also the best form of treatment for any tumour and it is the fastest…

Time to Say Goodbye Medicine unfortunately can’t solve all health issues. There are medical conditions that cannot be cured and only make your pet suffer. Those may include chronic diseases or acute severe traumas, but could just be old age.…