Newtown Veterinary Clinic
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Meet Our Team
Flea or Tick Control
EBC 46 Cancer Trial
Rat Bait Poisoning
Costs of Owning a Dog
Common conditions and concerns
Resource Checklist for a Cat Friendly home
When your pet is old and sick
Itching and Allergies in Dogs
GRASS SEEDS IN DOGS (and cats)
How do I know if it is an EMERGENCY?
Fireworks and Pets
Chocolate Toxicity Calculator
FLEAS- Not just an annoying parasite
Signs of Heart Disease in dogs
Everything you wanted to know about Snake Bites
Obesity and exercise intolerance
Joint disease in obese pets
Unwillingness to accept commercial diets
Increased Anaesthetic and Surgical Risks
Diabetes in obese pets
Glossary of Terms
Everything you need to make your new fur baby welcome.
Puppy or Kitten- more information for the new owner
Puppy Toilet Training Tips
Kitten Toilet Training Tips
First Class Staffie Education
Puppy Preschool Photographs- a selection
Adult Dog Education Classes
How to brush your dogs teeth.
Weight Loss Program
Does your pet have love handles?
Washing and Grooming
Some Great Websites
Update Your Details
Register a Pet
Could it be arthritis?
Pet Age Scale
It’s a squirmy wormy subject
Tafe Student Work Placement Application Form 2017
Pets, on average, age five to eight times faster than humans. By age two, most pets have already reached adulthood. At age four, many are entering middle age. By age seven, many dogs, particularly larger breeds, are entering their senior years.
Because pets age so rapidly, major health changes can occur in a short amount of time. The risk of cancer, diabetes, obesity,arthritis, heart disease and other serious conditions all increase with age.
Today’s pets are living longer than ever, chances are that many may experience a potentially serious illness during their lifetime. Annual health checks can help your veterinarian diagnose, treat or even prevent problems before they become life-threatening.
They’re also a great opportunity to ask us about nutrition, behaviour or any other issues.
Call us today to book a health check for your pet with one of our vets.
HEALTH CHECK LIST
The most important annual health screenings for dogs and cats:
Adult dogs and cats (1-6 years)
Additional exams for senior dogs (7+ years)
Additional exams for senior cats (7+ years)
Renal disease screen
Blood pressure check
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