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Colin's Dental Exam Success
For everyone who knows me it’s no secret what my passions are; and no it’s not just dentistry! But the road to my passion for dentistry started with my passion for preventing diseases and illnesses and not just treating them when they appear.
13 Dec '17
Our latest puppy pre school graduates
Puppy pre-school provides a safe environment for your puppy to socialise and classes are kept small, so time can be spent with each puppy and their owner.
14 Nov '17
Jefferson is a happy stay-at-home 11 month old kitten. He was brought to our attention because his mother noticed that there was hair loss on his right ear flap.
13 Oct '17
Hugo just wants to go to the loo
Let’s talk about Hugo the Siamese, where do we start? Let’s start with Hugo’s Mum - she is a lovely pet parent who will do anything for her little Hugo, no matter how unappreciative he seems (or probably is).
12 Sep '17
Chocolate cake for two!
Sunny and his ‘brother’ Sammy celebrated their Mum’s birthday without her. They were so excited about the impending evening birthday party that during the day when Mum was at work they thought they might start without her.
8 Jun '17
Introducing a new pet to a household
After being brought in as a malnourished underweight stray kitten, Dot captured the hearts of all the staff here with her docile personality, perfectly positioned white fluffy moustache and her lusciously long whiskers.
11 Apr '17
Meet Lucy, a recent patient to the Pascoe Vale Vet Hospital. Our day at the clinic started off like any other, the consultations were routine, surgeries uncomplicated, unfortunately for Lucy that changed very quickly.
15 Mar '17
Meet Little Glennie
Little Glennie was a stray kitten that was bought into our clinic in a very sad state. Unfortunately he had no microchip so there was no way of finding out where he had come from, and from the looks of him he had been a street kid all his life. Glennie had a life threatening injury to one of his hind legs that had been causing severe pain for quite some time. When Dr Colin first examined him, Little Glennie looked into his eyes and his heart melted.
16 Nov '16
Pacoe Vale School Fete
Pascoe Vale vet stall at the local fete
26 Oct '16
Amber and her sore bottom
29 Jan '16
The perfect dog breeds for families with young children
Nothing is more adorable for parents than seeing the bonds formed between their children and a family pet.