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What is Parvo Virus?

  Cronulla Veterinary Clinic can diagnose illness in your dog. Servicing Sutherland Shire, Sydney. Parvo in dogs is a viral disease that affects the gastrointestinal tract. It can occur in both puppies and adult dogs, and can be severe in young puppies (it attacks their heart mus
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Protecting Your Pet During Natural Disasters

Cronulla Veterinary Clinic provides medical care for pets in Sutherland Shire. In Australia we have our fair share of natural disasters, ranging from storms, cyclones and tornados, to floods, heatwaves and bushfires. These implacable forces affect us as well as our pets, livestock, an
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Kitten Care & Development

Most people who adopt or purchase a kitten get them from breeders or rescue centres at the age of 8-12 weeks. But occasionally, people find themselves needing to look after much younger kittens, either because they are orphaned after mum dies, or because a litter of kittens is found o
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Help, my pet has a red eye!

Cronulla Veterinary Clinic treats eye problems in pets. Servicing Cronulla, Caringbah and Sutherland Shire. Eye problems in pets are a common reason to visit the vet. Our pets can suffer from the same eye problems as people, including cataracts, glaucoma and corneal injuries. Before y
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Easter Chocolate Warning for Pets

Easter is just around the corner, and in many homes the Easter Bunny is busy hiding chocolate Easter eggs. However, if our pets find the Easter chocolates first, and eat them, they can get very sick. It happens to thousands of pets every year. Chocolate is dangerous to our pets, and i
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Toxicity Dangers for Our Pets

Cronulla Veterinary Clinic provides support for pet owners in Cronulla, Caringbah, Woolooware, Kurnell and the Sutherland Shire. From time to time pets are presented to the Cronulla Vet Clinic with poisonings. Many different products can pose a danger to our pets, which can make it ha
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Tips for Travelling With Pets

Travel with your pet is uncomfortable, but can be necessary. For example, trips to the local groomer, doggie daycare, dog parks, or a veterinarian can be necessary. Some people even opt to go on holidays with their pet to pet friendly hotels, caravan parks, or campgrounds. Any sort of
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Anxiety Problems in Our Pets

Mental health issues are not just a problem for people; they occur in our pets as well. One of the most commonly encountered behavioural disorders in dogs and cats is anxiety. We all experience the feeling of fear. Fear is a natural instinct and is important for survival; we encounter
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Measuring Blood Pressure in Dogs & Cats

Cronulla Veterinary Clinic provides blood monitoring services to pets in Sutherland Shire. In people, high blood pressure is called “the silent killer” because usually you don’t know you have it unless it is picked up through routine measurements taken at your doctor’s office. P
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