The most common question we receive as a veterinary practice is: “Why does my pet have bad breath?” Second only to that question is: “Is it normal for my pet to have bad breath?”
Read on… this is an important topic and we need your help, as a pet owner, to learn how to look after your pet’s teeth.
Photo Credit: pxhere.com In this article, MSD Animal Health talk us through how to cope with bereavement following the loss of a pet. The Village Vet staff are here, at any time, to help you through this. Call us at the Pymble Clinic on 9499...
The best rule for exercising your older dog is this: little and often. It’s important to keep those joints mobile, and several short walks throughout the day is much more effective than one long walk.
We have put some tips and fun tricks together here to help you keep your dog active.
Osteoarthritis (commonly known as arthritis) is a degenerative, painful and debilitating joint disease that affects dogs and cats. It makes movement difficult and painful and progressively gets worse over time.
Here's what you can do to help your senior through this time of their lives.
Knowledge is key to understanding how best to look after our indoor and outdoor cats. Read on to find out more about the common diseases your cat will be vaccinated against and what we look out for at The Village Vet.
Like any treatment, vaccinations cannot be 100% guaranteed. However, used in conjunction with proper nutrition and a clean environment, vaccination is clearly your pet’s best defence against disease. Here's what we look out for at The Village Vet.
Our domestic pets can conceal when they are unwell, so even if they seem healthy an annual vet visit can help to identify health problems before they become a serious issue.