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Tips during isolation for pets

Tips during isolation for pets

Some simples tips while you are isolating with your pets: Animals can be stressed by changes in routine, so if you are working from home or self-isolating try to keep as close to your normal routine as possible, or familiarise your animals with a new routine and stick...

Living with pets during the COVID-19 pandemic

Living with pets during the COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting our routines and this affects our pets, in some good and not so good ways. To minimise your pets being upset by the disruptions, we suggest the following: Pets daily lives should be kept as routine as possible. Continue their...

Covid-19 update – Vets an Essential Service

Covid-19 update – Vets an Essential Service

Breaking news Vets an Essential Service during the COVID-19 crisis We are pleased to announce that we can continue to provide care for your pets during this COVID-19 pandemic. We are taking this seriously and implementing many extra hygiene protocols during this time...

Pymble Vet Clinic Covid- 19 Update

Pymble Vet Clinic Covid- 19 Update

In aid to implement social distancing and take care of you and our staff our clinic has moved to contactless consultations. Contactless consultations process We will communicate with our clients via video calls and phone whilst examining your pet in our clinic. We...

PYMBLE VET CORONAVIRUS PROTOCOLS & PLAN

PYMBLE VET CORONAVIRUS PROTOCOLS & PLAN

PYMBLE VET CORONAVIRUS PROTOCOLS & PLANIn order to ensure the safety of clients and staff so that we can continue to care for pets as needed we ask: Clients who: are under quarantineat risk of COVID-19 who have travelled to high-risk countries in the preceding...

How to administer medication to your cat?

How to administer medication to your cat?

Best ways to give medication to your cat At some point in your cat's life, you are very likely to need to medicate it. So it’s best to learn early on. As with any medication always follow the label correctly and complete the full course. Even if your pet's problem...