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July and August is all about Dental Awareness! For the months of JULY and AUGUST, we are offering FREE dental checks with our nursing staff.
With great sadness, the Robertson family said goodbye to their beloved GSP, Ella. A petPEP veteran, cancer survivor, possum chasing, lover of long walks.
With the weather warming up, snakes are on the prowl. We had two patients who have had snake encounters in the past few weeks.
Once again, we would like to reassure our wonderful clients that we are still operating at our normal trading hours. We are doing our very best in this difficult time to keep not only our staff but our clients safe.
In a time of great stress and uncertainty, we would like to reassure our wonderful clients that we are still open 6 days a week with our normal trading hours for all of your veterinary needs.
As many of you may have noticed, we have expanded into the section of the building that the florist used to occupy. This has meant a face lift for the Sandgate Road end of the building.
Is your dog’s scratching, biting, licking and gnawing driving you mad? When your dog suffers, your whole family can suffer too.
We are delighted to say that a total of $2261 has been donated to Aussie Helpers to assist with Drought Relief.
Calum, Joanne and the boys were all very concerned when a skin lump that their much loved GSP Ella developed turned out to be a mast cell tumour.
Our purpose built cattery featuring luxury cat condos can accommodate up to 12 cats.
Benson came to see us for his Senior Health Check in February. His owners were worried as he seemed to be tiring on walks and was having difficulty with steps.
We’re proud to be able to provide the latest technology in in-house laboratory diagnostics.
Rocky and Apollo are two very lucky dogs after both making a successful recovery from Snail Bait (Metaldehyde) poisoning.
This lovely photo of the very loyal Cosmo helping his Dad out with a bit of physio brought to mind the fact that, sadly, none of us are getting any younger.
This old Burmese cat was brought into the clinic as a stray in early December. She was found locally and we dearly hoped that her owners would turn up.
Munny should perhaps be called Lucky, although when you read his story you will see why Munny is also a suitable name!
Jed the playful English Staffie was found mouthing a flying fox by his owner.
For a limited time, Clayfield Veterinary Clinic is able to provide you with an informative presentation about protecting your pet’s joint health.
Don’t be deceived by her angelic face! Lou-Lou somehow managed to access a block of dark chocolate.
A hearty congratulation to Wesley, Michelle’s very clever Pointer, who has just attained the title of Tracking Dog.
One in three pets will require unexpected veterinary treatment in the course of any one year.
A party trick we won’t EVER be repeating. (Or the second only documented case world wide of acute barium toxicity in a dog)
Calum, Joanne, Declan and Angus are greatly saddened by the loss of Pete, who succumbed to epilepsy shortly after Christmas.