Dental diseases in cats

Keeping our pearly whites strong and healthy takes a lot of work. Brushing twice a day, flossing and the list goes on. Who doesn’t love a trip to the dentist twice (if we are really good) a year?

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Meet Honey

Honey attended the surgery following her regular pamper session with the groomer who noticed a small lump on her neck and advised that she seek veterinary attention. 

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Meet Checkers the lamb

One of our nurses took her beautiful pet lamb up to the local nursing home for a visit! The residents loved seeing him and thought Lamb Chop would be a good name! 

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Introducing our new Vet Dr Kalinda King

The Spreyton Veterinary clinic would like to welcome our newest Veterinarian, Dr Kalinda King. 

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An injured Boobook Owl

We recently had a boobook owl brought into the clinic. He was found and brought to us after he had suffered some sort of trauma.

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Meet Butternut

Butternut is a beautiful 5-year-old long haired cat. He came in for his routine vaccination. Whilst he was having his check up the vet found he required a dental.

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Have your heard of Feline Aids (FIV)?

In Australia between 14 and 29% of all cats are FIV positive (approximately 15% in Tasmania). Feline Aids (FIV) is caused by infection with feline immunodeficiency virus and can be fatal.

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The Benefits of Desexing your pet

There are many benefits to desexing your furry friend. The health benefits include reduction in the risk of cancers and diseases, and prevention of infections and false pregnancies.

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Beware of Rat Bait around the home

Rat bait is unfortunately commonly used to control unwanted mice or rats around the perimeter of our properties.

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Getting rid of the pesky flea!

The most common cause of itching, including scratching and biting the rump area, tail and back legs, in dogs and cats is the flea.

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