We are committed to the best possible health care for your pet. Having a pet is a life changing experience and we’re here to help make it as positive and enriching as it was meant to be. We offer a wide range of services to cater for all your pet’s needs.
Behavioural problems can be due to behavioural causes, medical causes, or both. Our veterinarians will investigate behavioural problems by obtaining a full history and conducting a full examination (sometimes your pet may require blood orurine tests to rule out underlying medical conditions) to accurately diagnose a problem. Behavioural problems are often the combined effect of … Continue reading Behavioural Advice
Going on holidays soon? Before considering whether to board your pet please check their vaccination records to make sure they have been vaccinated within the past 12 months. If your pet is due for a booster vaccination, make sure this is done well ahead of the boarding period. It is a good idea to contact … Continue reading Boarding Advice
Clinical pathology involves the laboratory evaluation of blood, fluids or body tissues in order to identify existing disease. Common laboratory tests include blood chemistries, complete blood counts, blood clotting times, urinalysis, faecal tests, biopsy examination, cultures and infectious disease testing. Our animal hospital is equipped with an in-house laboratory that allows our veterinarians to quickly … Continue reading Clinical Pathology
Just like humans, pets’ teeth need looking after too! The health of their teeth and gums has a significant impact on their overall quality of life. Imagine how your mouth would feel and smell if you never brushed your teeth. Imagine having a really bad toothache and not being able to tell anyone about it! … Continue reading Dentistry
Desexing or neutering your pet is a surgical procedure that prevents them from being able to reproduce. In male pets it is commonly referred to as ‘castration’, and in female pets as ‘spaying’. This is the most frequent surgery performed by our vets, and generally your pet is home by the evening of surgery. The … Continue reading Desexing
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Pets, on average, age five to eight times faster than humans. By age two, most pets have already reached adulthood. At age four, many are entering middle age. By age seven, many dogs, particularly larger breeds, are entering their senior years. Because pets age so rapidly, major health changes can occur in a short amount … Continue reading Health Checks
In Queensland, the microchipping of pets is now compulsory. A microchip is about the size of a grain of rice and is injected under your pet’s skin. It can be done during a normal consultation. The microchip is embedded with a code unique to your pet and is the most effective form of permanent identification. … Continue reading Microchipping
Regular nail clipping, or trimming, should be part of the routine care of your pet. It is essential for elderly and indoor pets, whereas outdoor pets may wear their nails down naturally. The requirement for nail trimming can vary depending on breed, age, level of exercise and the environment in which your pet is kept. … Continue reading Nail Clipping
Along with regular exercise and veterinary care, careful nutrition is the best way you can contribute to your pet’s prolonged good health. These are the basic nutrients every pet needs: Water is the most essential nutrient in any diet. Your pet’s body is made up of approximately 70% water and will quickly perish without it. … Continue reading Nutritional Advice
Our clinic is fully-equipped to take digital radiographs (often called X-rays) of your pet. Our veterinarians will discuss your pet’s case and conduct a thorough physical examination to determine if your pet requires radiographs. Radiographs are a very important tool to help us diagnose diseases in animals, particularly for conditions involving bones, the chest or … Continue reading Radiography
When an animal develops an unusual illness or injury, there is often a need for specialised expertise and equipment to properly diagnose and treat the problem. If your pet has a problem that requires this level of expertise we can refer you to a specialist that has earned our trust and confidence in order to give … Continue reading Specialist Referrals
Our veterinarians’ high level of expertise and our practice’s fully equipped surgical suite allows us to perform the vast majority of surgical procedures that your pet may require. If you find a lump or bump on your pet please call us on 07 5494 3622 to make an appointment with one of our veterinarians to … Continue reading Surgical Services
Our clinic is fully equipped with an ultrasound scanner to assist evaluation of your pet’s condition if required. Our veterinarians will discuss your pet’s case and conduct a thorough physical examination to determine if your pet requires an ultrasound examination. An ultrasound scan is a very important tool to help us diagnose diseases in animals, … Continue reading Ultrasonography
While we don’t offer professional grooming services for dogs, our practice is equipped with a hydrobath. Our standard wash uses products that aid in the control of fleas and ticks (we recommend that you still use adjunctive products and check your dog regularly). We are happy to discuss alternative treatments with you, and tailor the … Continue reading Washing and Grooming