What’s Been Happening Lately
December 1st, 8:56 pm
Happy Hump Day
Here’s a laugh 😂
www.facebook.com/1535514260061468/posts/2835786073367607/?d=nFinn, a Golden Retriver had to wear a cone for 14 days, so his owner got crafty with them. 😂🐶
Via Jenn Frates ... See MoreSee Less
Well done! 😂😂
December 1st, 2:25 am
Pet Christmas Photos 2020
This will be a first for Narangba & Morayfield Vet Clinics.... Our very talented Veterinarian Mariska, teaming up with some of our awesome nurse staff, are offering a photo shoot for your fur family. We encourage photos with the whole family or you can choose to only have your pet photographed. There will be no bookings required, you can just show up, leave your details and take a number, grab a beverage and wait for your moment. The photos taken will be kept electronic and will be emailed. See the details below for price (cash only), dates, time and address.
Please remember, we are in an open space with a very busy road adjacent. Ensure your pets are on secure leads and please be respectful of social distancing during these times.
Look forward to seeing you there!!
Narangba Vet Clinic address is Shop 2/232-236 Young Road, Narangba 4504 ... See MoreSee Less
What a lovely gesture. Family gets photo and the Australian Wildlife Hospital receives a great donation
Joshua Hayes boba dawg?
November 25th, 10:00 pm
Toxoplasmosis and Pregnancy
Toxoplasmosis is an infection caused by a parasite that your cat can be host too. A cat can contract this parasite by eating raw meat that may be infected such as rodents, birds etc. Human contagion only occurs when you are in contact with the faeces of an infected cat (if you touch the faeces and not having washed your hands well, ingesting the parasite through the mouth).
If you are a mum to be, don’t panic and think of rehoming your kitty, however hygiene precautions should be set in place. The problem is limited to the faeces and litter boxes, so extra precaution is advisable to have other family members clean it, or wear gloves and wash you hands after cleaning. ... See MoreSee Less
November 24th, 10:01 pm
The cooling pads are back!! Last season we heard a lot of great feedback on these. Fantastic through the warmer months. They work to absorb the heat and expel it through the areas of the cool pad not being used, therefore it always staying cool. If your dog or cat loves the cool tiles, replicate that with this mat for outside too! ... See MoreSee Less
November 24th, 5:36 am
Puppy Coach Tiffany has 2 spots left in her Saturday morning puppy preschool class @ 6:30am, starting Saturday the 28th. If you have a puppy between 8-14 weeks of age or know of one that could benefit from a course, please call the clinic on 3385 5855 to book a spot!! ... See MoreSee Less
November 23rd, 10:00 pm
Let’s talk ear cleaners....
Doggy ear infections become more common in summer as you probably find yourself spending more time at the beach or other areas to swim.
Water and sweat like to gather in the nooks and crannies of our dogs ears, which is a great spot for bacteria to set up camp.
Ear infections can be easily treated with vet prescriptions, however the preventative option is a the cheaper, less painful approach.
We have a large range of ear cleaners for your specific situation. Come and chat to our great nurse team to have one on hand after a day in the sun 🌞 ... See MoreSee Less
November 22nd, 10:00 pm
November Graduates 🎓
Please call the clinic on 3385 5855 to enquire about our puppy preschool classes with our wonderful nurse Tiffany ... See MoreSee Less
Allan De Landelles poor Chilli didn't graduate with her friends.
November 21st, 12:16 am
Guess the age of this beautiful girl 🐾 ... See MoreSee Less
November 20th, 10:00 pm
Follow us on Instagram for Insta exclusive giveaways and more!! 🐾 ... See MoreSee Less
November 19th, 10:00 pm
Spot the difference in the radiograph ... See MoreSee Less
Some sort of bird
This dog has a large piece of bone lodged in his oesophagus. Removed by endoscope. Dog is well
Can see they are different. No ideas what it is. Please enlighten us....
I see a skull.... has it swallowed a lizard or rat or something??
Rock in stomach?