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Addison’s disease (or hypoadrenocorticism) is a sneaky endocrine disease that can be confusing as it often mimics other conditions. The disease results in a reduction in corticosteroid and mineralocorticoid secretion from the adrenal gland.
Vaccinating your pet is one of the most important things you can do to ensure they lead a happy and healthy life. If you’re not convinced here are four reasons why:
Uh oh, your pet has been vomiting – what should you do? The first thing to do is to clean it up, obviously! Not only is this good hygiene, but it prevents your pet eating their vomit, which is generally … Continue reading
Have you noticed any new lumps on your pet? We recommend any lumps get checked fairly promptly by our team. This is because some lumps require further treatment for your pet’s health and comfort, while some can be harmless.
Giardia in pets is a protozoan parasite that infects the gastrointestinal tract of humans, mammals, birds and even amphibians. The parasite can cause severe symptoms and is transmissible between animals and humans.
You may be worried about general anaesthetic in older pets. Worry not! An older pet will commonly have a general anaesthetic. We will advise the options for your pet.
Pet desexing of male and female animals (castration and ovariohysterectomy) are two of the most common procedures we perform in veterinary practice.
We know giving oral medications to your pet can be tricky, especially if your pet isn’t the cooperative type. Medicate like a pro with these tips:
Before you take your four-legged family member out and about for summer adventures, it’s important to keep them protected from common diseases by ensuring their vaccinations are up-to-date!
Anxiety can be a serious problem in pets. It can significantly affect their quality of life and even be dangerous to their health and wellbeing.