Category Archives: Cats

Desexing: Can it wait?

  Surgical desexing is a responsible way you can help reduce pet overpopulation and unwanted pregnancies. Traditionally, desexing is undertaken from about 6 months of age. During these COVID-19 times, it is important that we reduce our interpersonal contact as much as possible, and avoid all unnecessary errands outside of our homes. In addition, as…
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Animal Donation Program

The heartbreak we see, when the time comes to say goodbye to furfamily members is genuinely one of the toughest parts of the job. As a part of The University of Sydney School of Veterinary Science ( SSVS), Uni Vets Camden is proud to be engaged with the school’s body donation as an option to…
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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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when long lashes are not the best

Long lashes aren’t always the best! This was the case for Frankie, the sweet kitty who initially came into Uni Vets Camden for desexing from a rescue group. During the pre-anaesthetic check, we found that Frankie had a condition of his lower eyelids called “Entropion”. Entropion is a painful condition where the eyelid folds inwards…
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