Bravecto Spot-On XL Dog Special

$50 per vial/box We have 3 boxes at that price. Short dated. Must be applied before Feb 2021 to provide 6 months of protection up to August 2021

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Alert: New Paralysis Ticks site around Oak Flats.

Alert: New Paralysis Ticks site around Oak Flats. Wentworth Cottage Park has been the site of recent tick paralysis cases for us. Whilst it is most unusual to get paralysis tick in our immediate area, this park and also the scrubland between New and Old Lake Entrance road have both been the source of the […]

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Laser Patients

Meet Oodle, one of our Laser patients and a true little ‘Hero-man’. In addition to having a face to fall in love with instantly, he is a total sweetie and puts up with the trouble his aging 14.5 year body causes him from time to time. To see some snippets of Oodles laser sessions go […]

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SIMPARICA Tick & Flea Chew CLEARANCE OFFER.

SIMPARICA Tick & Flea Chew CLEARANCE OFFER. A product we don’t stock was delivered & short-dated so we are allowed to clear it below cost. If anyone already uses Simparica Chew 5-10kg Dog, we have 2 boxes each of 6 vials for $40 a box. Expires End of Nov. No rainchecks. We also have a […]

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Click-n-Collect App Order Promotion May to August

Click-n-Collect App Order Promotion May to August. The owner of “Kubra’ Steep is the Winner of our $100 clinic voucher for using our OFVC App to pre-order food, pet supplies or medications. Many thanks to all our clients who, where they could, used the App during this period to pre-order items. Our phone lines at […]

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Charli & Bruce’s Laser Sessions

    Bruce made us believers in top level laser therapy in pets. A giant breed dog, Bruce has been on multiple drug therapy for his crippling joint pain but was rapidly becoming resistant to all medications. Hills J/D diet helped but the major game changer was the use of our laser on Bruce. After […]

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Canine Cough, Kennel Cough Outbreak

There appears to be a small outbreak of Canine Cough around the Barrack Heights area at the moment. In some of the cases, the pet’s vaccine was accidently overdue whilst the dogs still attended Doggy Day Care. Be alert to coughing signs in your dog and regardless, check your pet’s vaccine is current. The canine […]

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Mia the Rottie & her Laser session

Enjoy watching Mia relax having her painful leg condition treated with our super fast & super powerful laser therapy device: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T2Z_RAcfmK0

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Drug Free Treatment options using Laser intervention

Laser Cases. We thought it would be enjoyable for everyone to see some videos of several of our patients reaping the benefits of laser therapy for a range of complaints. Our thanks to Oodle, Charly, Bruce, Mia, Digger and Louie for their co-operation and to their owners for their consent to show the footage etc. […]

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Top 10 Tips to store Pet Foods

Given the large number of pet foods recalled this year; especially by BLACK HAWK: and now this current outbreak of illness in larger breeds dogs in our area -where a contaminated food may be  a potential player- it is probably a good time to repost part of one of our previous articles on tips on […]

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The Hidden Danger in Dog Toys.

First published May 2019 Not all dog toys are safe for all dogs. The shape of a dog’s mouth can make a very safe toy into a highly dangerous one. This is especially an issue for dogs like Boxers and pugs and other flat-faced wide mouth (Brachycephalic) breeds of dogs. Soft toys The pink pig […]

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A Day in the Life of a Rescued Adult Dog.

This is a day-in-the-life story of Luna, rescued as a young dog from a life of neglect with her first owners. We are writing this large blog piece to get owners to understand the commitment involved in rescuing an abused or behaviour issue pet. Often a rescue society doesn’t fully explain the time costs involved […]

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Non-essential Service Shut-down.

Non-essential Service Shut-down. As yet, we don’t know if any or all vet set-ups will be shut down and to what degree, so we don’t know where OF Vet Clinic sits in the ruling. Any appts booked this week for young puppies or other dogs/cats with illness etc will be brought forward to Monday/Tuesday. Our […]

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Pet Medications & Food Supply Updates

‘House-Keeping’ Updates The current shortage of some animal pain or arthritis medications is Not related to Corona virus issues. If, however your pet cannot use the generic forms of these medications, please contact your vet to ensure they can set aside the patented version of your animal’s medication whilst they still have supplies. There is […]

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Ticks & Staycations

Ticks & Staycations. The ticks will surge after these rains so make sure everyone ‘s tick control is up to date. Many clients of ours (and we suspect many other vet clinics) have expressed an interest in supporting Bush Fire afflicted tourist areas with small holidays breaks there. If you don’t normally use tick prevention […]

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Health Alert & Tip.

Health Alert & Tip. Please keep your pet’s eyes cleaned during this fire season. The ash today is particularly heavy  and corrosive in our area. If it lands on our pet’s eyes, they don’t blink enough to clear debris, so in a couple of days, all of us vets will be overrun seeing dogs and […]

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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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Bush Fires & Pet Baths: Time to wash your outdoor pets.

When is a good time to bathe your outdoor pet? NOW. Why? Well, normally we tell owners to bath their normal pets when they need a bath. That need could be once a week, once a month or in some breeds, once a year. However, the recent dust and ash storms have left not just […]

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Tick Time:BRAVECTO PROMOTIONS X 3

  Buy 2  DOG Topical  Spot-on Vials  (not the oral Chew) of same size for $150.  Both Vials have to be purchased at same time. Limited time only.   2.DOG ORAL CHEWS. Buy any size dog chew and go in the draw to win a Free Bravecto Chew. Whilst stocks last :All oral chew purchases […]

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