HAPPY VETERINARIAN APPRECIATION DAY!! This date highlights and reminds us to thank our vets for their dedication, their love, their passion, putting in long days, coping with the rough days, going the day on 5 half drank cups of teas; it’s a day to thank our vets for all their hard work. Consider your pets very well looked over if you see one of our fantastic Veterinarians. Shout outs to Dr. Jenni, Dr. Mariska, Dr. Lolene, Dr. Gayle, Dr. John and Dr. Grant. If you have had a great experience with one of our team, tell us, it can make a huge impact 🤎 ... See MoreSee Less
We have been in the area over 30 years tried other Vets early on but this is the best place for our dogs ! Dr Jenni is so thorough and pop has always related to us and our dogs so much they relax in the rooms , and Dr Lolene has also done the same and the clinic nurses and staff are so friendly and caring - we trust them totally !!
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Jordan Dog Training have Loved working with you guys for the last 15 years or so, we only work with the best, thank you.
I have been coming to Morayfield vets with my animals for over 20 years now. I appreciate the compassion shown to myself and my animals, especially during the tough times. Thank you ❤
We just love Dr Gayle. Since mum and dad moved to Qld a few years ago Dr Gayle has helped the family cope with loss and the new bundle of fur. All the staff at the clinic are very helpful. A big thank you to you all.
Jenny, Gayle and Grant have all looked after our two cats, Freddie and Mr Pebbles. We can't thank them enough for the care and attention they have given to our pets. Thanks also to all the staff at the front desk for their help and assistance over the years. Enjoy this special day.
We have been coming for over 15 years. Dr Gayle and Jenni are brilliant vets. Kel Hyndes Foxall & Lisa Mia are excellent vet nurses too. Our dogs love going to the vets
Just love you guys. Best vets ever. You all look after my fur babies 100. %. Love Jenni to bits
Due to the mouse plague and increased rat bait purchases, we are seeing an extreme number of dogs presenting with rat bait toxicity. In turn, this has caused a shortage on Vitamin K, which helps us treat dogs affected by rat bait toxicity.
Please avoid using baits at this time. However if you already have baits placed around your premises, please ensure there is no way your pets can come into contact with it.
If you suspect your pet has ingested rat bait, please seek veterinary attention immediately, as going untreated can be fatal. ... See MoreSee Less
Todays goal is 209 pushups!! 209 is the number of men that took their lives EACH MONTH in 2019. That is 2502 men out of 3318 people who died by suicide in 2019. We are still taking donations to this worthy cause to assist in mental health and suicide prevention. Visit: www.thepushupchallenge.com.au and donate to our Veterinary team “Animalistic Power” @pushforbetter #pushforbetter#pushups#veterinary... See MoreSee Less
Two options of heartworm prevention include the monthly chew or the yearly SR12 injection. The monthly chew is something that can easily be forgotten and if it keeps slipping your mind to give it, the injectable option may be best for you and your dog. Call the clinic to enquire about the injection today #proheartsr12#canineheartworm#dogsofinstagram#dogs... See MoreSee Less
Check out this before and after!! Does your pet have stinky breath? Remember they don’t brush their teeth twice a day like us, so have a peek at their teeth and see if that are still considered pearly whites. If not, at your pets next health check, let’s take a further look and see if they would benefit from a scale and polish 🦷🦷🦷 #vetdentistry #veterinarian #vetvisit#veterinary#dogsofinstagram#catsofinstagram #narangba ... See MoreSee Less
Like humans, animals can suffer from arthritis. And like humans, the condition is not just reserved for older animals. Younger dogs can also suffer from this incredibly painful condition. So, what exactly is Osteoarthritis? As the name suggests – osteo refers to bone and ‘itis’ refers to inflammation. Arthritis is a degenerative disease, meaning if left untreated, it progressively gets worse over time. Arthritis is the biggest cause of chronic pain in dogs, affects at least 1 in 5 dogs and can have a significant impact on their quality of life. Arthritis can be caused by many things, but generally it’s a result of wear and tear on the protective layer of the bone, called cartilage. This wear and tear creates inflammation within the joint which leads to pain and further degradation of the cartilage cells. However developmental problems in younger dogs can also lead to arthritis, such as hip and elbow dysplasia. It’s so important to ensure your young dog is a healthy weight (go easy on the treats!) and is fed a nutritionally complete, high quality diet. Look out for our next post where we reveal what the early signs are and how to treat them. If you think your dogs is showing signs of osteoarthritis, please call us for a check up! #seniordogsofinstagram #seniordog#caninearthritis#caninearthritismanagement #vet#vetclinic #vetnurse #dogsofinstagram #narangba ... See MoreSee Less
Can I get this for my neck please My dog is doing so well. Can they get this in human form. Lol
May 18th, 11:27 am
HAVE YOU MISSED SIGNS YOUR DOG MIGHT BE IN PAIN?? How good is it being a dog these days??! Walk in the morning, another one at lunch, and the hooman is bored again by 3pm and guess what! Yep! Another walk! While life may hopefully be getting back to sort-of-normal soon, our canine kids are loving the extra time spent with us. But maybe you’ve noticed pooch is a bit stiff in the mornings or a bit sore after a big walk? It could be Arthritis… Osteoarthritis is often noticeable later in its development because the initial changes within the joint are not visible. As dogs have 4 legs, they can shift weight and change their posture to cope with pain. Often we hear owners say “he’s just slowing down..” or “he’s just a bit stiff”. It’s common for owners to not notice changes in their dogs willingness to exercise and play as these changes occur over time and when they do finally show symptoms, the disease is already quite advanced and the dog is often in considerable pain. Even younger dogs can suffer the effects of Osteo Arthritis. If you’ve noticed your dog display any of the following signs, please book in for a quick check up. The pain of arthritis can be treated! • Stiffness when getting out of bed in the morning (yes, just like us humans!) • Limping or stiffness after a walk or exercise • Licking or gnawing at joints or paws • Puffy joints • Abnormal gait • Reluctance to walk upstairs or jump • Reluctance to play and run • Change in behaviour/aggression • Postural change or muscle wastag ... See MoreSee Less