Cats can be very finicky about their water and it’s nothing to take lightly. Proper hydration is important for a healthy urinary tract and to help lower the risk of urinary tract infections. Cats may not touch a bowl of water available to them all day, but rush for a drink when you turn on

Lionel’s Story so far…..

Wednesday, 17 June 2015 by

2014 wasn’t one of Lionel’s best years with two surgeries to remove lumps, a dog attack requiring surgery and another scare when he was bitten by a brown snake. We all thought 2015 had to be better! So on New Years day Dr Andrew was surprised when Lionel collapsed in the garden and more than

Dear Lionel…..

Tuesday, 16 June 2015 by

Dear Lionel My name is Oliver and I am a Bulldog, English actually, non of that sissy French midget version, but the real thing. Although I am getting on a bit now ….. (you should have seen me in my youth, I was something I can tell you), age and gravity has taken it’s toll


Friday, 05 June 2015 by
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JR pup

What age must my puppy be for Puppy Pre-School?  6 – 16 weeks and must have been given their first vaccination. This is a sensitive period of development and any experience your pup has during this time can affect his later behaviour. Learning how to socialise with other four legged and two legged friends early

Different feeds for different needs

Tuesday, 03 June 2014 by
different feeds needs

Different feeds for different needs Is your dog 7 years or older? Regular health checks, tailored exercise and specialised nutrition will help ensure your pet’s senior years continue to be healthy. What happens as my dog ages? Small and medium sized dogs (up to 25kg) are considered Senior from 7 years of age but for

HENDRA Your questions answered

Monday, 07 April 2014 by

Thursday the 3rd April saw horse owners fill the Vet Cross Bundaberg conference room for an information night on Hendra virus. The history of Hendra virus, symptoms and transmission of the virus and the importance of vaccinating horses were some of the topics discussed and a popular question and answer session ended the evening. Hendra

Bolting their food

Monday, 07 April 2014 by

If you have a dog that insists on bolting every bowl of food as if it was the last meal you may be interested in these two great ideas. The Slow Feed bowl is designed with four compartments which stops the pet from burying his nose deep into the bowl and scoffing down the food

Prevention is better than cure

Friday, 07 March 2014 by

We all know the golden rules for living longer, regular health check ups, sensible diet, moderate exercise and the same applies to our pets, in particular dogs and cats. With advances in modern veterinary care it’s easier now, more than it’s ever been, to keep your old friends healthy and happy for the rest of

Vaccinating your horse

Friday, 07 February 2014 by