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Christmas Perils for Pets

Christmas is a time for families and friends to come together and spend quality time, this often includes our pets, but be aware that there are a lot of hidden dangers for our beloved pets around this time of year. The abundance of food can be a problem for our pets, especially if they love […]

How to Identify and Prevent Heat Stroke in Your Pets

Cats and Dogs don’t tolerate heat very well, because they don’t sweat like people do. They get rid of excess heat through panting and in a small degree through sweating through their foot pads.They can become overheated very easily  if the environmental temperature is excessive, and certain conditions can make an animal more prone to […]

Paralysis Ticks, a Real Danger to our Pets

The Paralysis tick is a native tick of Australia, extremely dangerous to pets, livestock and even people. It produces toxins that cause paralysis in all muscles in the body, including skeletal muscles, laryngeal and breathing muscles, swallowing and oesophageal muscles, bladder muscles and heart muscles! The natural hosts, marsupials like bandicoots, possums, wallabies, kangaroos and […]

The Orang-utan Project

The Orang-utan Project The Orang-utan Project (TOP) is the world’s foremost not-for-profit organisation, supporting orang-utan conservation, rain forest protection, local community partnerships and the rehabilitation and reintroduction of displaced orang-utans back to the wild, in order to save the two orang-utan species from extinction. The organisation provides technical and financial assistance directly to conservation projects […]

August is Dental Month

Doggy Breath…is it Normal?   Dental disease is the most commonly diagnosed disease in dogs! 80% of dogs (and 70% of cats) have dental disease by the age of 3 years old. Cavities are rarely seen; periodontal disease (inflammation or infection of the gums around the teeth) is the main problem seen in our pets. […]

Welcome to our new website!

Welcome to Cronuall Veterinary Clinic’s new website.   Our new site is designed to give you the information you need quickly and effectively.    We will periodically blog here to bring you the latest news and events at our clinic.   Thanks again for stopping by! Jackie and the Cronulla Vet Clinic team