270 Mt Alexander Road, Ascot Vale, VIC 3032
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Phone 03 9372 7655
Address 270 Mt Alexander Rd
Ascot Vale, Vic., 3032
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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

Is your cat pawing and rubbing at its eye? Does the eye look swollen, red and have a watery or thick discharge? Chances are your cat has conjunctivitis. Read on...

Guidelines for Hand-Feeding Baby Birds

Hand-feeding baby birds is only a substitute for parent-raised birds but it does have certain advantages. The hand-raised baby usually makes a better pet as it has been completely socialised with humans.

Pets produce pounds of the proverbial periodically and disposing of the steaming mountains of muck can be a problem. The more pets you have, the worse it gets.

Chronic Renal Disease in Dogs and Cats

Chronic renal disease (CRD) is a common condition that can affect all breeds of dogs and cats. The mean age at diagnosis is about 7 years in dogs and 9 years in cats.

Guidelines For New Puppy Owners

Once your puppy is in his new home, there is a fairly busy time ahead as he gets his health and nutritional needs attended to, and learns proper behaviour.

Living With a House Rabbit

Rabbits are timid, gentle, curious, and affectionate if given the opportunity. They adapt easily to living in your home and are suited to quiet households.

These are majestically graceful fish whose popularity has almost overshadowed that of the angelfish. If kept well, they can grow to be as large as a dinner plate!

Canaries are active and entertaining little birds. If you own a canary or want to have one as a pet, there are a few common conditions that you need to be aware of.

Occasionally, you may find an injured or orphaned wild animal. What should you do with it and how can you tell if it is in need of rescuing?

The Time Out Technique

Manic, attention-seeking, manipulative mutts, cantankerous, man-mauling catastrophic cats and even ballistic, finger-nipping, belligerent birds can all have their behaviours improved using the technique of 'Time Out'.

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