Around Easter each year, we often see patients who have helped themselves to one or more easter eggs! These accidents can happen easily, so it is really important to keep your eggs to yourselves. Chocolate toxicity can make dogs very sick, and in some cases can be fatal. The type of chocolate, and the size of the dog, will affect… More →
We hope you are enjoying a long weekend! We will be CLOSED on Monday 2nd October 2017 Please contact AREC for any emergencies 49577106
Pet Dental Health month is an initiative of the Australian Veterinary Association Every August we offer 10% off the normal cost of all dental treatments Click on the link Fact_Sheet_Dental_Cats&Dogs to read a bit more about dental care for you pet. Please phone us if you would like to book in for a dental check for your pet- they can’t… More →
EASTER 2017- OPENING HOURS GOOD FRIDAY 14th April- CLOSED SATURDAY 15th April – OPEN 9am-11am SUNDAY 16th April- CLOSED MONDAY 17th April- CLOSED HAVE A SAFE AND HAPPY EASTER! … and please keep your chocolate eggs to yourself!
Bad breath (halitosis) is often the first sign of dental disease in your pet. Approximately 75% of dogs and cats have dental disease as early as 3 years of age. Poor dental health can lead to painful infections, poor appetite and tooth loss, as well as affecting vital organs including the heart, liver and kidneys. Good oral hygiene is as… More →
Merewether Veterinary Hospital will have the following opening hours during the 2015/2016 festive season: Thursday 24th December (Christmas Eve)- closing early at 1:30pm Friday 25th December (Christmas Day) – CLOSED Saturday 26th December (Boxing Day)- CLOSED Sunday 27th December- CLOSED Monday 28th December- CLOSED Thursday 31st December (NYE)- closing early at 4pm Friday 1st January (NYD)- CLOSED For any… More →
Very hot days can be dangerous for pets. Dogs and cats can’t just help themselves to an ice-block, or go for a swim or have a cold shower. Help your pet stay cool by ensuring they have lots of fresh, cold water and ample shade shelter or a cool place inside. Also, to minimise the risk of heat stroke, do… More →
Meet our latest graduating puppy class – congratulations to Spencer, Ollie, Ari, Blizzard and Echo! Between the ages of 6-16 weeks, a puppy will learn many of the social skills that it will retain for life, so not only is puppy school a lot of fun, it is just as important to your puppy’s long term health as… More →