We know that a fast, accurate diagnosis and targeted treatment are key to achieving the best possible health outcome for your pet and that’s why we have such an extensive range of onsite diagnostic and treatment facilities. In addition to what our in-house staff can offer, we have partnered with specialists across various veterinary disciplines to ensure the best person for the job is always caring for your pet. We are connected with specialist surgeons, ultrasonographers, radiologists and oncologists who have the specialised skills and experience necessary to effectively diagnose and manage more complex health conditions.

Pet Care

  • As pet owners, it is our duty to take extra care to ensure our pets don’t come into contact with poisons – especially if those toxins are perfectly harmless to humans. Today we’ve compiled a list of toxins commonly found in the household that can be deadly for pets. Is there anything on the list …
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  • Warm weather and heavy rains this summer have seen a spike in Myxomatosis cases around Melbourne. But just what is Myxomatosis? In today’s blog, we are giving you a run-down on Myxomatosis and just how deadly it can be for your pet rabbit.   What is it? Myxomatosis is a virus contracted by rabbits from …
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  • Did you know Osteoarthritis is just as common in our pets as it is in humans? Osteoarthritis is the term used to describe the deterioration of the cartilage in your pet’s joints. This can cause them chronic pain, inflammation and stiffness that can make life for your pet difficult if it is not properly managed. …
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