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The Importance of Annual Health Checks

Cronulla Veterinary Clinic provides annual health checks for pets in Sutherland Shire.   Preventative health care is an important way to keep our pets healthy, since it gives us a better chance to address problems before they become serious. Because pets age faster than humans (o
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Arthritis in Our Pets

Cronulla Veterinary Clinic treats arthritis in pets. We provide veterinary services to pet owners in Sutherland Shire. Winter is nearly here again, and in the colder months our arthritic pets tend to struggle a lot more. What can we do to help them? First, we have to understand what e
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Toileting Problems in Cats

Cronulla Veterinary Clinic provides veterinary services for cats in Sutherland Shire. Does your cat have issues related to toileting? Many cats do, and these problems can be horrible to clean up. Luckily, there are ways to deal with them, which we’ll share in this article. Common prob
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Pet Obesity

  Cronulla Veterinary Clinic services pet owners in Cronulla, Caringbah, Kurnell, Woolooware, Taren Point and throughout Sutherland Shire. What is Obesity? Obesity is the excessive accumulation of fat tissue, and can lead to serious health problems for your pet.It is the most com
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Pet Insurance

Pet insurance in Australia is relatively new and a growing industry in this country. Pet insurance can give pet owners peace of mind and financial protection in case of sudden accidents or serious illnesses, where medical costs can be a sudden burden and can add up to a great deal of
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Atopy Pollen Allergies in Pets

  Allergies are one of the most common conditions to affect our pets. An allergic reaction occurs when the animal’s immune system “overreacts” to foreign substances (known as allergens or antigens) to which it is exposed. This “overreaction” can be expressed in different ways. Th
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November is Pet Diabetes Month

Diabetes is not only a common disease in people: our pets can suffer it too. To raise awareness of the disease during the month of November, Cronulla Veterinary Clinic invites all our clients to submit a urine sample from their pet for free assessment. If you worry that the amount of
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Greyhounds – They Make Lovely Pets!

When people think of greyhounds, they tend to think of extremely fast racing dogs chasing artificial rabbits around a track. Few people think of greyhounds as pets, and that is too bad, because they make excellent companions. Most greyhounds are either not fast enough for a career at
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Keeping our pets safe in winter

Even though winter in Sydney doesn’t get quite as cold as in some other parts of Australia, or the world, for that matter, it is still important to look after our pets a little bit extra in the colder months to keep them safe and warm. Pets rely on their fur to stay warm. However, the
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