Category Archives: Vaccinations

Is your furry friend protected against Leptospirosis?

The recent outbreak of the traditionally “rare” infection in the inner west of Sydney has left many owners concerned for their dog’s safety. Leptospirosis is a bacterial infection which can result in vague signs of fever, vomiting, dehydration, loss of appetite and bloody stool or progress to kidney and liver disease and sadly sometimes death!…
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When did your cat last visit the vet?

Did you know that cats are much less likely to be taken to the vet than dogs?   Preventative health care is just as important for your cat as it is for your dog – this includes vaccinations, checking the teeth and a general physical exam!   One reason why many owners are more reluctant…
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Is your furry friend protected against Leptospirosis?

The recent outbreak of the traditionally “rare” infection in the inner west of Sydney has left many owners concerned for their dog’s safety. Leptospirosis is a bacterial infection which can result in vague signs of fever, vomiting, dehydration, loss of appetite and bloody stool or can progress to kidney and liver disease and sadly sometimes…
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Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV)

If you have a cat, your vet may have mentioned the FIV vaccine to you at some point. FIV is short for “Feline Immunodeficiency Virus”, which is a cat-specific virus spread by bite wounds from infected cats. While not immediately life-threatening, FIV can suppress your cat’s immune system and therefore increase the likelihood and severity…
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