Pet vaccination is one of the most effective ways to protect your pet from a range of diseases that can be both debilitating and potentially fatal. Every pet is unique, and their vaccination needs may vary based on factors like age, lifestyle, and location. We'll walk you through the process of creating a personalised vaccination schedule tailored to your pet's specific requirements.
As each animal has its own unique constitution, with different lifestyle factors to take into account, we regard the dosage and regularity of vaccinations as individual in each case, rather than just taking a standard ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to your pet’s health. Ask us about a personalised recommended schedule suitable for your pet
We offer procedures to treat these (and other) conditions:
BOAS is sometimes found in short-nosed breeds of dogs or cats. Abnormalities in the width of the nose and length of the soft palate can be addressed to relieve the obstructions and avoid any secondary problems. We conduct surgeries for stenotic nares, soft palate resection, laryngeal saccules, and enlarged tonsils.
Medicinal cannabis has proven beneficial in treating certain medical conditions in humans and animals – especially pain and/or anxiety-related conditions. In collaboration with CBD Vets Australia, we are pleased to be able to prescribe CBD oil for chronic pain management in animals, especially for those with Arthritis or Cancer. We do all we can to ease their pain and discomfort, and we see great results and relief with this form of pain management.
With close to a decade of specialised practise as a Greyhound vet, our Dr. Huynh is available for consultation on Greyhound health issues. Surgical corn removals and flexor tenotomy procedures can be performed in our clinic, to treat painful corn conditions.
Surgical treatments are carried out in-house at our clinic for the correction or removal of subcutaneous lumps and skin disorders.
Cherry eye is sometimes found in cats, but most commonly dogs. A protruding gland in the eye forms a fleshy red mass. This sensitive tissue can dry out and potentially become inflamed, swollen, or infected if not treated.
Distichiasis is caused when one or more eyelashes grow from an abnormal part of the eyelid in dogs, causing irritation. We have surgical options to deal with entropion or ectropion in eyelids, and cancer removal.
De Angelis Technique:
We carry out procedures to repair ruptured cruciate ligaments with the De Angelis Technique. We surgically place an artificial ligament around the outside of the affected joint. This technique is especially successful in small dogs weighing less than 10kgs.
Tibial Plateau Levelling Osteotomy (TPLO):
For dogs over 20kg, reshaping the proximal tibia is the recommended option to correct a ruptured cruciate ligament. surgery is performed on the shin bone to adjust the standing biomechanics of the hindlimb , in the case of a cruciate ligament deficient knee, resulting in better flexibility and movement.
Caesarean sections are available for dogs and cats, with an afterhours call out available by arrangement with our clinic
Make an appointment or get in touch to discuss your needs or concerns. We’re as close as a phone call or email away and we can arrange emergency and home visits, where practicable.