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Choosing a carrier for your cat- Companion Animal Vets
In this video I show you how to transport your cat with as little stress as possible by choosing a...
Companion Animal Vets
January 25, 2017
Why does the ear infection keep coming back?
Inflamed, painful and infected ears are a common problem for many dogs. While the long, thin and...
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How to give your cat a tablet- Companion Animal Vets
Giving your cat a tablet can be hard. This is the way to do it if there's only 1 of you but if...
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We Are a Cat Friendly Clinic- Companion Animal Vets
Companion Animal Veterinary Hospital is officially awarded a gold level cat friendly clinic...
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How to apply fipronil spray to a cat- Companion Animal Vets
In cats we are limited in terms of prevention of tick paralysis. The only product that works is...
January 7, 2017
FACT CHECK- is peanut butter safe for dogs?
There has recently been an image of a typed sign doing the rounds which claims that some peanut...
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How to Prevent Ticks in your dog or cat- Companion Animal Vets
This video describes the methods for preventing ticks, especially paralysis ticks in dogs and cats...
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What to do if you find a tick on your dog or cat- Companion...
When you find a tick what do you do? You need to remove the tick and it actually doesn't...
November 3, 2016
Will desexing calm my dog?
There are lots of good reasons to desex your dog but this is not one of them.
Can desexing change...
October 21, 2016
Why is the skin on my cat's neck lumpy?
The most common cause of lumpy skin on a cat's neck is miliary dermatitis. This is a type of...
October 16, 2016
How to tell if your dog has been bitten by a red-bellied black...
The most common type of snake found in our area is the red-bellied black snake. They are not a...
October 4, 2016
The most common cause of dandruff in rabbits is fur mites also known as walking dandruff or...
September 6, 2016
New product review: Oravet Dental Hygiene Chews
Oravet Dental Hygeine Chews are a daily chew that your dog can enjoy chewing on.
There are broadly...
August 5, 2016
Won! Most outstanding pet care business 2016
We are very proud to announce that we won the Most Outstanding Business in the Pet Care category at...
July 21, 2016
Greyhounds need your help
Following the NSW government's announcement of their decision to close down the greyhound industry...
February 25, 2016
How old does my dog need to be to be desexed (speyed/neutered/...
First of all a couple of definitions:
Castration is the desexing of a male dog by removal of the...
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