With the cold weather still tormenting us, you may be inclined to think you are doing your precious pet a favour by holding off on their regular grooming until the weather warms. BUT…you’re not! Contrary to what you may have heard, grooming during the winter months is...
We’re not rushing to get to work, take the kids to school & sports or going to the gym and we’re not frantically trying to get the housework done. So what do we do with this extra time we suddenly have? Use the time to ‘Focus on your pet!’. COVID-19 has been...
WE'RE LOOKING AFTER OUR HUMANS SO THEY CAN LOOK AFTER YOUR PETS! ☺️ Michael & I have always had a commitment to our community and staff and want to keep everyone as safe as possible! 🥰 By now, everyone has heard of COVID-19 and the risks it poses. Wherever your...
At The Vet Lounge we have partnered with VetPay and Zip Money to help you pay for veterinary expenses without the worry of high upfront costs.
To report a stray animal contact the Gold Coast City Council on (07) 5667 5990. They will collect the animal free of charge from your property. The council have microchip scanners and a database for missing pets so they may be able to deliver the dog straight back to its owner.
Did you know more than 80% of cats and dogs have some form of dental disease? Contrary to common belief, bad breath isn’t normal and can be an sign of dental disease!
Incorrect! In fact breeding your female dog or cat is more likely to cause her harm as it makes them more susceptible to cancers and diseases of the reproductive organs like Pyometra. Pyometra is a serious infection of the uterus which can lead to death.
Proper dental care is just as important to your pet’s health and well-being as things like nutrition, exercise and grooming. Unfortunately, dental hygiene is often overlooked as some pet owners think it’s normal for cats and dogs to have bad breath.
Did you know that worms carried by our pets can infect people too! This is called a ‘zoonotic’ problem. The worms we are talking about are the types that we commonly associate with causing problems in the gastrointestinal tract of dogs and cats.
Dr Matt and Dr Brei performed emergency surgery on a snake that had eaten a teddy bear!