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Cat Vaccinations Explained

Regular vaccinations go a long way in making sure your cat is happy and healthy. Because cats love to wander, keeping an eye on them isn’t always possible. Unlike dogs (who are usually accompanied by an owner), numerous owned cats share the same territory in an urban environment so […]

By |April 26th, 2016|Cat

Pet Dental Health: The Importance of Regular Dental Checks

Whether you have a cat, dog, horse, rabbit, guinea pig or even a rescued wallaby, you need to keep on top of their dental health to ensure they have a long, happy and healthy life.

Unfortunately, pets don’t display the same signs and symptoms that humans commonly deal with when […]

By |March 17th, 2016|Cat, Dog, Pet

An Update on Rabbit Calicivirus

Rabbits are common family pets due to their cute appearance, inquisitive nature and individual personalities. Unfortunately a new strain of Calicivirus has been recently identified in metropolitan Melbourne, which is threatening the health and wellbeing of these cute pets. Calicivirus is highly contagious and quite deadly for rabbits, both […]

By |February 29th, 2016|Pet

What to Look for When Choosing Cat Boarding Facilities

Going on a holiday is something everyone looks forward to, but you’ll be able to enjoy your holiday a lot more if you know that all your loved ones are safe and sound – and that includes your feline friends.

Anyone that loves their cat understands that it’s pretty difficult […]

By |January 22nd, 2016|Cat, Pet

How to Prepare for Puppy School

Welcoming a new puppy into your home is an incredibly exciting time—the whole family will light up the sight of your newest family member bounding around your home.

However, it’s vitally important to remember that this excitement needs to be tempered with an understanding of the responsibility that you have […]

By |December 31st, 2015|Dog, Pet

Dog Skin Allergies – How Can You Identify One?

We see a lot of dogs with lots of different skin complaints at nOah in our Northcote Vet Clinic. There are a number of possibilities behind the cause but more often than not it’s due to an allergy of some kind. If your dog begins to bite their feet, […]

By |September 16th, 2015|Dog

Caring for your birds and rabbits

Our pets come in all shapes and sizes and go much further than cats and dogs. Frequently children are introduced to caring for animals, when parents introduce a rabbit into the family. Sometimes our older clients opt for birds as a companion animal, or those without outdoor spaces find […]

By |August 27th, 2015|Pet

How to Keep Your Dogs Teeth Clean

Dogs teeth are not as prone to cavities as humans’ are. However that doesn’t mean that dogs can’t still have problems such as tartar and plaque buildup and gingivitis. If not looked after properly canine dental problems can lead to life-threatening infections. Below we have compiled a few ideas […]

By |June 15th, 2015|Dog

Puppy Training School with a Vet Clinic in Melbourne

We understand how much you love your pup and appreciate that you have a lifetime of good times ahead. Bringing home the newest member to your family is usually a very exciting time for the owners and we tend to become over excited and quickly overwhelmed with the responsibilities […]

By |May 19th, 2015|Pet

What if your Pet Requires Surgery?

We know better than anyone that your pet is an important member of the family. We understand that if they get sick you want them to receive the best medical care. Sometimes surgery is the only option for humans and this can be the case for our furry friends […]

By |April 9th, 2015|Pet