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Snake alert this Spring

Alert! dogs and cats envenomated by Eastern Brown snakes This is a hot and dry Spring, and the good news is we are not seeing Dogs and Cats affected by ticks yet, as it is just too dry. There has also been a great uptake

Brave Pet of the Month

Brave Pet of the Month – Meet Wesley

WESLEY CAME IN BECAUSE HE WAS ACTING STRANGELY AND VOCALISING WHEN TOILETING. His mum just knew that something wasn’t right. A palpation of his tummy revealed a large firm bladder – Wesley had an obstructed urethra. This is one of the presentations we see in

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The importance of your pet’s dental hygiene

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Taking Special Care of our Beloved Senior Pet

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Intestinal worms

The three most common types of intestinal worms that can cause problems in our pets are roundworm, hookworm, whipworm and tapeworm. These worms live in the gastrointestinal tracts of our pets, and they lay their eggs which are passed in the faeces of the host animal.

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Dental Month!

Chances are, if your pet has bad breath he could be much happier after having his or her teeth cleaned. Tooth and gum disease can be painful. Signs include smelly breath, drooling, rubbing the face or not wanting to eat hard foods.

Brave Pet of the Month

Dukes altercation with a Brown Snake

One Sunday in January, one of our nurses contacted the surgery because they had found their dogs with a dead brown snake. Duke’s owners noticed some blood in his mouth, but otherwise he seemed happy and well.

Brave Pet of the Month

Bosco’s altercation with another dog

Bosco is an 8 year old male Dachshund who was taken to the Animal Emergency Services one morning, when he was attacked by another dog whilst going out for a walk with his owner.

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NOTICE

Please make sure you include a reason for your appointment. In case of an emergency please call our Reception team

Covid-19 Update

In line with Government Regulations, Windaroo Animal Hospital has modified some processes. As an Essential Service we can remain open and continue to provide all our services while keeping pet owners and team members as safe as possible. 

Please click below to read the full update before visiting.

In line with the recent Government Regulations regarding the lockdown, Windaroo Animal Hospital has modified some processes. As an Essential Service we can remain open and continue to provide all our services while keeping pet owners and team members as safe as possible.

When you arrive at the Hospital, please wait in your car and call us on 3807 3699. Someone will come out to collect your pet. Due to the 1 person per 4 square metre rule, we recommend a Window or Outdoor consultation. This enables our Nurse to assist the Veterinarian in examining and treating your pet, whilst you can still be in view. For food and drug orders, please phone ahead 3807 3699 or send us an email: [email protected]

Please ensure you carry a face mask to wear when close to others. Any person with respiratory signs should stay home and not come to the hospital. Please ask a friend to bring your pet in if required.

We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time

In line with the recent Government Regulations regarding the lockdown, Windaroo Animal Hospital has modified some processes. As an Essential Service we can remain open and continue to provide all our services while keeping pet owners and team members as safe as possible. Please click below for a full update.