187 Mt Alexander Road, Ascot Vale, VIC 3032
  03 9376 5299

"We care for your pet as if it was part of our family"

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Phone 03 9376 5299
Address 187 Mt Alexander Rd
Ascot Vale, Vic., 3032
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Our Hours

Mon - Fri 7.00am - 7.30pm
Sat 8.30am - 3.00pm
Sun 10.00am - 1.00pm
Consultations by appointment
For emergencies call or drop in we'll fit you in

We are offering a free Wellness Examination for your new puppy or kitten. Please contact us to schedule appointment for your new family member.

*Conditions apply, by appointment.
If a medical condition is found further examination and treatment may involve costs.

Pet Care Articles

Afraid of what a new puppy will do to your house? Here are a few tips to have your pup housetrained in no time.

Losing a pet marks the end of a special relationship and can be one of the most difficult times of our life. For children especially it can be a very traumatic event.

Feeding a Lovebird

In the wild, Lovebirds eat a variety of seeds, fruits, berries and vegetation such as leaf buds.

Acute pancreatitis is a painful and serious condition that can occur very suddenly. The cause is unknown but it is seen more frequently in middle-aged dogs that are overweight and often follows a high fat meal.

Why Some Birds Feather Pluck

Different species are prone to different causes of feather and skin conditions. Knowing the common conditions in the species of bird you keep can be a great help in managing your birds.

Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease

Lower urinary tract disease is a common problem in cats which can lead to house-soiling, but careful nutritional management can help prevent the disease and aid in its treatment.

Travelling With Your Bird

If you plan on taking your feathered friend on holidays with you, to a new house or even on a short trip to the vet, then here are some tips on how to travel safely with your bird.

Ice Breakers

Winter is on the way, folks! The cold and clammy fingers of winter have started to slide under your pets' collars so here are ten cool tips to warm your pets.

It is extremely important to detect disease at the earliest possible opportunity, since prompt treatment may be able to save the affected individual fish and prevent the disease spreading to other fish.

Portly Pets

Podgy pooches and portly puss-cats are in plague proportions! Our pets are not only living in the lap of luxury, they are lapping up the luxe life and getting fatter in the process.

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