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Pet Doctors News

heart disease

Do pets get heart disease?

Absolutely! Heart disease is not uncommon in dogs and cats, and knowing what to look out for is important as it can really make a difference to your pet’s life. (more…)

Does Parasite Prevention Confuse You?

Parasite prevention can get pretty confusing, but it’s an important part of responsible pet care. The start of a new year is always a good time to make sure your pet is up to date with their parasite prevention and the good news is, we can make it easier for you! (more…)


Phoenix & The Bird Seed

Phoenix presented to the clinic with vomiting and bird seed seen in the faeces he had eaten that morning and otherwise seemed absolutely fine. It had been a couple days prior to coming to the clinic that the Phoenix’s pet parent noted that there was full bag of bird seed that had gone missing! (more…)


Keeping An Eye On The Eyes

When it comes to your pet’s eyes, if you think you can see a problem, chances are, there probably is one. Eye issues can be serious and that’s why it is always best to have your pet assessed as soon as possible if you notice anything out of the ordinary. (more…)


Have a Pet-Safe Halloween!

Halloween can be a lot of fun, but for pet owners the fun can also turn into a nightmare. Following these tips is the best way to ensure that your furry friend is as safe as possible on the night. (more…)


Are You Bee Sting Ready?

Have you ever wondered what you should you do if your furry friend is stung by a bee or a wasp? (more…)


Can My Pet Give Me Fleas?

They are pesky little critters which can cause a serious case of the itches for your poor pet. While they can seriously plague you furry friend, can they hop over the species barrier and annoy us too? (more…)

Spring skin

Spring Skin 101

Spring is in the air, but with the warmer weather comes the inconvenient things that cause itchy skin! Fleas commonly set off an attack of the itches, but pets can also be allergic to grasses, trees, plant pollen, dust mites and moulds, as well as certain foods. (more…)

royal canin

Introducing Our Royal Canin Loyalty Program!

Exciting news for our clients who feed their pets Royal Canin!

We now have the Animal First Loyalty program available here at Pet Doctors. After purchasing 10 bags of biscuits or 10 packs of wet food you will receive your 11th one FREE!

Please ask our reception staff when you are in next how you can register.


Openpay is now available at Pet Doctors!

Pet Doctors is excited to announce we now have Openpay available.

Openpay is an interest free loan and can be used for veterinary bills greater than $100. Clients can chose their payment plans and approval is made within minutes through the Openpay App. Please talk to our friendly receptionist on 5576 0400 for further information, download the App or visit https://www.openpay.com.au/