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When Your Cat is in Labour

When your cat is having kittens, it is an exciting time, but can also be somewhat unnerving for us owners. In some cases, we may not even be aware our cat was having kittens until the impending birth! It is important to be prepared for the birth and know what a normal birth should be
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When Your Dog is in Labour

Birth is an exciting time, but it can also be stressful and scary for the owners. It is essential to be prepared for the delivery and have all your supplies ready. Typically pregnancy in the dog lasts for 63 days, with some slight variation. However, a dog that is pregnant for over 66
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Important Considerations When Adopting a Puppy or Dog

There are many things to consider when thinking about adopting a dog: Do you want an adult dog or a puppy? Do you want a male or female dog? Do you want a purebred, or a crossbred? And with the crossbred, do you want a known combination (such as Cavoodles or Moodles) or just a “Heinz
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Euthanasia Of Your Pet

Unfortunately, for all our pets, there will come a time when they pass away. It would be lovely if they would just fall asleep one day and peacefully pass away, but sadly, most of the time this doesn’t happen. When quality of life has deteriorated too much, we may decide it is kindest
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Ear Infections in Dogs

What is Otitis Externa? Otitis externa is an inflammation or infection of the outer ear canal. The outer ear canal is an L-shaped tube, opening out to the ear flap on the outside, and on the inside, it ends in the eardrum. Causes We see a lot of dogs with ear infections in the Sutherl
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Pet Owner Alerts: New Parvovirus & Best Feline Friend Recall

Cronulla Vet Clinic would like to make their clients aware of two pet related issues that have arisen in May 2017. Issue #1: a new canine Parvovirus has emerged in Australia. While this virus is new to Australia, it has been found overseas since 2000 and is closely related to the parv
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Blood testing in our pets, why is it important?

At Cronulla Veterinary Clinic we pride ourselves on performing thorough physical examinations to assess the health of your pet. But there are times when a physical examination is not enough. For example, when our pets are unwell, and we need to check the function of their organs in mo
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Tips for keeping your cat happy and healthy

When bringing your new kitten or cat home, there is a lot to consider. Some of your thoughts may include: how to best care for him or her or how to provide safety and stimulation in their lives. One of the things to decide is whether or not you would like to keep your cat indoors, or
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Feline Parvo Virus- What do YOU need to know?

Here at Cronulla Vet Clinic we need to make our clients aware of a recent Feline Infectious Enteritis (FIE, also known as feline parvo or Feline Panleukopenia) outbreak in Sydney. FIE has been dormant for nearly 40 years following eradication of the virus with vaccinations. However, i
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