Save on your pet's dental care

Throughout July and August we have 15% off Hill's t/d Dental Care, Oral Care & VetEssentials adult dry food!*  And book your pet in for a free dental check!

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Signs your pet is bored

Have you ever wondered what your pet does when you’re not around? Many of us think they can keep themselves occupied all day. The reality is that when pets are alone and without stimuli, they can get bored and even develop behavioural issues.

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Pet seizures and how to respond

Just like humans, our pets can also suffer from seizures. Whether caused by a pre-existing condition or seemingly out of the blue, it is important as a pet parent to understand the causes, signs and how to respond.

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Coronavirus and your pets

As COVID-19, or Coronavirus, is continuing to spread worldwide, we would like to address the concern of the virus spreading from animals to humans or vice versa.

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Countess Jess Puss

It is with heavy hearts that we must share the news that Countess Jess Puss crossed over the rainbow bridge on the 31st January 2020.

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Keeping seniors safe this summer

All pet parents need to be aware of the dangers of a hot summer to the pet. However, when it comes to our senior pets, the hot weather may present a more serious risk to their health. Your senior furry family member will thank you for taking the time to go through these summer senior tips!

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Why feeding premium food to your pet is best

Given there is just so much information out there and a so many different choices and offerings, it can all get a bit confusing, even for those of us who work within the industry.

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Santa's Naughty List: Christmas Dangers for your pet

While we celebrate Christmas and indulge in the holiday season, it is important to remember to be mindful of our furry family members.

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Meet our almighty leader

Many of you who have visited our clinic over the years will have met our wonderful Countess Jess Puss. 

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Finding Bark

Many people will know our beloved wooden dog who has been standing guard in front of the Hillcrest clinic for 20 years. He has gone by many names such as “Dog” and “Pooch” but most recently “Bark”.

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