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2019-03-17 08:45:01

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2019-03-15 17:39:28

Misty spent the day with us recently for a “glucose curve” to manage her diabetes. This meant we needed to take a pin prick of blood every 2 hours to test her blood glucose level in order to adjust her insulin dose accordingly. Diabetes in cats is a common disease, and when t ...(cont.)

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2019-03-04 17:37:21

Sometimes, they choose us 💕

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2019-02-14 17:06:05

Have you tried our Instagram frame yet?! Take a look at Tom the King Charles Cavalier Spaniel modelling for us 🐕

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2019-02-12 17:44:49

This is the beautiful 8 week old Wanda 🥰 can you guess what breeds she has in her? 🙈

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2019-02-07 16:10:28

Nurse Emilie’s cat Frank posing for us while he’s in for some testing today 🥰

Peninsula Veterinary Surgery posted:

2019-01-28 08:15:40

Just a reminder that we are closed for the public holiday today. For any emergencies, please contact Pet Emergency located at 53 Flinders Parade, North Lakes. You can call them on 3384 2222. 🐕

Peninsula Veterinary Surgery posted:

2019-01-21 15:46:56

Sometimes you just can’t win! 🤣

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2019-01-17 17:04:24

Elsa the cat is looking for a furever home! Elsa is a blue domestic long hair who is roughly 8 years old. She prefers a house with no other animals, and would be great company for someone who is older. If you're interested in adopting Elsa or know someone who is, please contact ...(cont.)

Peninsula Veterinary Surgery posted:

2019-01-16 16:00:25

When you realise Sofi is way cooler than you’ll ever be... 😎

NEWSLETTER: Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

2018-12-22 20:25:50

Have a very Merry Christmas, from All the Team at Peninsula Vet Surgery. We hope you get a chance to enjoy time with your family and relax with friends, and we look forward to seein ...(cont.)

NEWSLETTER: Going On Holiday?

2018-03-26 12:26:36

Easter is upon us already, and you may be off on a holiday. Who is taking care of the fur-babies while you are away? There are 2 things you should do before you leave.   At the risk of adding more tasks to your to-do list, we suggest you contact us by telephone (32 ...(cont.)

NEWSLETTER: The Risks of Feeding your Dog Raw Chicken

2018-03-13 17:09:49

  Recent research done at the University of Melbourne, has confirmed a link between feeding dogs raw chicken meat, and a disease called polyradiculoneuritis, also known as APN. It is very similar to Guillain Barre Syndrome in humans, which is often triggered by ...(cont.)

NEWSLETTER: Year of the Dog 2018

2018-02-17 10:03:06

Happy Lunar New Year! 2018 - Year of the Dog It’s the Year of the Dog according to the Chinese Zodiac. There are 12 animal zodiac signs in the lunar calendar and the Dog is one of them. The legend goes that when deciding on the animals to represent each of ...(cont.)

NEWSLETTER: Would your pet pass the Flea Comb Test?

2017-10-19 08:15:59

The best way to detect fleas on the skin of a dog or cat with a thick coat is to run a flea comb through their hair at the skin level. You might pick up fleas on the teeth of the comb, or you may only see small black specks the size of grains of sand, which are the fleas' dro ...(cont.)

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