Wonderful Wonderful News. A new Cure for Cancer from Oak Flats Vet Clinic!

Wonderful Wonderful News. A new Cure for Cancer from Oak Flats Vet Clinic! Working hand in hand with yet another of our amazing clients, Oak Flats Vet Clinic has discovered a brand-new cure for a type of eye cancer that attacks people and dogs and horses. Our paper on the novel use of a topical […]

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Christmas Orders

Christmas orders. Whilst we will be open except P.H., the drug and food wholesalers finish up this week. We need all owners to check that you have enough food and pet medications to last until Jan 3rd. If you do not, please ring the clinic as soon as possible but best before Thursday noon so […]

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‘Old Age is not in itself a disease’ or ‘The Turn-around pain relief can provide to our fur-kids’.

The loving owners of this very elderly dog had him vet checked when he went off his food, slowed down and rapidly lost weight. Within a short time of adding-in pain medication to his regime, he has progressed in leaps and bounds (literally) over the last 2 weeks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AR25GDqdrnA&feature=share&fbclid=IwAR1mUcItqBFf867AxUE6fX84VA4sp4INE6JLmzvmwv7IfNpp4dvSX-EEWOE  

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The Problem with Cat Carriers

First publishd May 2018 We need to turn our attention to the size and design of ‘Cat Carriers’ that are used to take cats on car journeys, especially if the purpose of that car journey is to take the cat to the Vet. Remember, it may be one thing for your cat to hide in […]

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Bladder Disease: Why cat litter trays need to fit the cat.

Originally posted 08.05/2016 Practice Snippets; Why the Bladder may be the Victim, not the Culprit, when your cat urinates outside the litter tray box. It is a given that there are many medical, dietary, behavioural and environmental issues why your cat may have bladder disease or spray indoors etc. Any cat with these issues should […]

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Why Cats risk their lives in search of Heat.

Originally posted May 2018. Following on from our previous Winter warning posts about cats sneaking under cars and into tumble dryers, (http://www.oakflatsvet.com.au/winter-warnings-cat-owners/) we can share some  information about Why CATS will heat seek to the point they can endanger their own lives. The  NRC-National Research Council suggests thermoneutral zone for cats is 30-38C; whereas humans […]

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