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Do I need to vaccinate my adult dog?

The best answer is yes, you should vaccinate your dog to protect it against many serious diseases that still threaten dogs’ lives and health. Vaccination basics Puppies are vaccinated when they are young and many people believe that once their pet is vaccinated as a pup, they do not require any further vaccinations but this…

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Lumps & Bumps in Pets

By March 23, 2017 0 Comments

When people find lumps on their pet, they often panic. It’s easy to assume the worst. And then they often avoid finding out more. So what should I do if I find a lump on my pet? Any lumps should be checked by your pet’s vet as soon as possible.  Not every lump or bump on…

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By March 23, 2017 0 Comments

KENNY Kenny is a 23 week old English Pointer X male who came to the clinic with an eye problem.   During his clinical examination, the vet noticed that he still had all 4 of his deciduous (temporary) canine teeth, causing the emerging permanent teeth to erupt out of position.  The lower ones were emerging more…

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Sam’s Ear Disease

By March 1, 2017 0 Comments

  Sam is a 5 year old male Springer Spaniel who came to the clinic with a very sore right ear. On examination it was discovered that he had a lot of wax and several small ulcers in the ear canal and the outer skin was very red and inflamed. His left ear was quite…

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Should I Neuter my Rabbit?

Group of rabbits

What is neutering? Neutering is a surgical procedure performed under general anaesthetic to prevent animals breeding.  In a male neutering is called castration which involves removing both testicles, and in the female the procedure is usually called spaying when both ovaries and the uterus (womb) are removed. Why neuter pet rabbits? There are many good…

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Cat Fights and Cat Bites

By February 14, 2017 · · 0 Comments
Cat fights

Why do cats fight? Cats fight with other cats to protect their territory, or to gain more territory. Bite wounds are common in cats; over 90% of infected wounds are from cat bites. These wounds are frequently infected and without treatment cats can become very ill. Bite wounds are more common in male cats, especially…

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Spaying Your Cat

By January 31, 2017 · · · 0 Comments

General Information Spaying a female cat is a normal surgical procedure to remove the uterus and ovaries. This ensures she cannot come into season (or ‘calling’) nor become pregnant and helps prevent a several potentially serious diseases when done at the currently recommended age of 8-16 weeks old. Benefits of Spaying Your Cat General Information…

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Are you Worm Aware?


Worms are internal parasites that can affect cats and dogs. They occur in a variety of organs, including lungs, heart, kidney and eye but mainly in the bowel. The most common worms are roundworms and tapeworms which live in the bowel. Although quite common, worms rarely cause serious disease. However, infected pets are a source…

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September at City Vet


Penny Penny is a 1 year old, female spayed cat who came to City Vet as she had been coughing for some time. On examination, she was found to have inflammation at the back of her throat and a slight increase in respiration sounds. Antibiotic treatment was prescribed. When she returned for a recheck examination,…

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Anal Sac Disease in Pets

By September 9, 2016 · · · · 0 Comments

  Cats and dogs have two anal sacs: one being located on either side of the anus. These glands are connected to the anus by a small duct each. The anal sacs have a lining which produces a dark, foul-smelling fluid which is stored by the sacs. The function of this fluid is as a…

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