Free health check for new puppies and kittens
Due to the recent boom in puppy and kitten adoptions we are wanting to help as much as possible and provide the best of care for your pets during this time. We are offering FREE health checks for your new furry member to ensure they are healthy and off to the best start possible.
Please call our friendly staff to book in now on 9873 1660.
Desexing Discount – 50% off!
We have seen a large number people adopting new puppies and kittens into their families and households during the COVID-19 period. Our staff understand how stressful this time is and we want to ensure everyone is able to provide the best care for their new pets.
For this reason we are discounting our desexing cost by 50% for the month of June 2020 (Terms and Conditions apply - see below).
By desexing your pet, you decrease the impact on our pounds and shelters all throughout Australia as they see hundreds of thousands of pets euthanised as a result of over production of litters. It also has many health benefits for your pet - decreasing the chances of life threatening cancers and potential infections. Undesexed animals are prone to escapism to try to find a mate and could potentially injure themselves due to misadventure. Desexing will also help to curb territorial behaviour in your pet
Please feel free to call or contact us below should you have further questions about our promos!
FREE health checks for your new puppy or kitten!
50% discount for Desexing your new pet in June 2020!
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- This offer is for animals between 5-12months of age at time of desexing - Desexing costs differ between species type and gender type, please contact us to enquire further - Take home pain relief, e collars and intravenous fluids are all INCLUSIVE in the discounted price - Dogs over 20kg will incur a $50 surcharge due to extra time in surgery - Animals must be healthy, any other medical condition will incur a consultation and medication at RRP if necessary and no discount can be extended to medication or to consultations - Vaccinations, flea treatments and intestinal worming must be up to date before coming into the clinic. If no vaccination evidence can be provided, a vaccine will need to be administered and charged at RRP on the day of desexing - If clear signs of parasites are noted on the animal, a topical treatment will be administered and charged at RRP