Thankyou… Firstly, a massive thankyou to our wonderful clients for their patience and understanding of the changes we have implemented in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. We did face an extra little challenge on Wednesday. The clinic was broken into and some damage was sustained. Thankfully, the fast response of Sandhurst Security and Carnarvon Police meant that the offenders weren’t able to cause too much trouble. Carnarvon Cabinet Makers was able to get us up and running within hours, which we are so grateful for. The offenders have been taken into custody for a number of offences. A good reminder to remain vigilant at home and work. The good news… Currently, vets in Western Australia have been given the go ahead to continue to provide emergency care for our patients. Whilst we hope this doesn’t change as the crisis evolves, we will continue to keep you updated on changes via […]
In response to the evolving situation, as of tomorrow, Tues 24th March, we will be operating as a zero contact hospital. We are open, but our front door will be locked to enable us to best direct client and patient flow. This will help to reduce potential exposure to both our clients and our staff. When arriving, please call us on 99411155 to let us know that you have arrived and receive further direction. -ONE person per patient -Please use hand sanitizer on entry -EFTPOS transactions preferred We guarantee that your pets will still receive the absolute best care, but we ask that you please be understanding of our temporary changes at this difficult time. Due to these changes, we regret to inform that we are no longer taking bookings for grooming or boarding, as we are concentrating on providing extra care to our essential cases. Within the next few […]
Once your pet has reached around 8 years old they have reached their ‘golden years’. It is a time to be celebrated but also stage where we need to be a little more vigilant and keep a closer eye on them. As pets age they are at risk of suffering from a number of conditions- and they are not able to tell us. It is up to you as their owner and us as their health care giver to make sure they are not suffering in silence. It is essenital that your pet has a wellness check every 6 months. Remember this is the equivalent of a human going to the doctor every 3-4 years! Prevention is much better than cure, so we like to pick up small changes early before they become big problems. 32% of dogs die from cancer. Females are 3 times more likely to get cancer. […]
We are very excited to be able to offer a more comprehensive in-house blood monitoring system. We have just upgraded to the IDEXX Catalyst and Lasercyte system which will make diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of your pet much efficient.
Danielle has taken a team out to Burringurrah to conduct a desexing clinic as part of the Aboriginal Dog Health Program. The aim of the program is to reduce dog numbers through desexing as well as improve the health of the pets in the community. There has been a huge response to the program and a significant drop in unwanted dog numbers.
We are now have the equipment to perform complex orthopaedic surgery at Coral Coast Vets. Danielle has attended a number of conferences and training programs to keep up to date with the latest techniques in this field.