98-100 Yandilla Street, Pittsworth, QLD, 4356

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07 4693 2233

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98-100 Yandilla Street, Pittsworth, QLD, 4356

pittsworth vet surgery phone details - Right Business Hours

07 4693 2233

pittsworth vet surgery emergency phone number right After Hours

0429 932 233

Keeping your pets active in winter

It can be hard to get out of your warm bed or off the cosy couch on a winter’s morning for exercise, and your pet can feel the same way too! It’s important to continue exercising your pet in winter, as well as keeping them mentally stimulated. Being cooped up...

Dental disease and prevention

Dental disease is one of the most common but preventable diseases in pets. It is not only painful and uncomfortable, but the procedure to clean and remove teeth becomes more complicated and often more costly the longer it is left untreated. What is dental disease?...

Keeping your indoor cat happy

Keeping your cat entertained in your home can become a full-time job. That is why we have put together some tips to keep your indoor cat happy and engaged;  Create a high area for your cat to perchGetting up high is an important way to relieve stress in the feline...

Easter hazards

Easter can be an exciting time for both adults and children. While we prepare for Easter, it is essential to keep an eye on potential dangers for your furry friend.  Chocolate Chocolate contains both caffeine and theobromine (a chemical compound found in the cacao...

Arthritis

Arthritis can affect one or more joints anywhere in your pet’s body. The most common joints affected are the hips, knees, shoulders and elbows. Most of these joints depend on a layer of cartilage acting as a cushion between two bones. Arthritis causes this...

Coronavirus and Pets

Worried about your pet and Coronavirus? We know some of our pet owners are concerned about Coronavirus (COVID-19) and can it be passed to pets?  Here is some information to help. What you need to know about COVID-19 and your pets? A report of a Pomeranian in Hong Kong...