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Wembley Veterinary Hospital

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  • Seperate dog & cat areas
  • Dog and cat boarding
  • Dedicated suite for all our Surgical procedures
  • Laboratory equipment on site
  • Dentistry, Oto-endoscopy, Xray and Ultrasound available
  • Puppy Training Classes

Prevention and Wellness

The Wembley Veterinarian Hospital offers a wide range of preventative health and wellness options for you pet. We invite you to browse some of the services that we provide.

Dental Health

Dental disease is one of the most common conditions affecting pets. It can cause bad breath, pain and difficulty eating or chewing. If left untreated it can lead to infections, loss of teeth, abscesses and can even cause infections in other parts of the body.   The best way to...

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Dietary Advice

A healthy pet is a happy pet! Diet is very important for all pets – it’s essential that your pet receives the right amount of food each day, as well as the correct protein, energy and minerals, such as calcium. At the Wembley Veterinary Hospital our veterinary experts are...

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Heartworm

Heartworm is a parasite of dogs and cats, which is transmitted by mosquitoes. It is important to note that all-wormer medications will not protect your pet against heartworm and so they will need a specific treatment for heartworm prevention. There are several different products...

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Intestinal Worming and Flea Control

Dogs Your puppy requires worming every 2 weeks up until the age of 12 weeks (for round and hook worms) and then will require worming with an all-wormer every 3 months for the rest of his/her life. Please note, all-wormers do NOT protect dogs against heartworm so you will need a separate...

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Microchipping

A microchip is a small device that is injected just under the skin. It can be used in all animal species and is the single best method of permanently identifying your pet as being owned by you. Your details, along with your pets and the microchip number are placed on a database. This database...

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Puppy School

It might seem funny to have Puppy School  on the list under Preventative Pet Care, but each year in Australia, thousands of cats and dogs are euthanased.  And reports indicate that one of the most common causes in dogs, is behavioural issues.  So, you can see that how you...

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Sterilisations

Dogs If you intend to breed your puppy we will be happy to advise you. Otherwise, we advise that you sterilise your puppy between 5 and 12 months of age. Desexing your puppy will make him or her a better pet, and on average will increase their life span, because:...

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Vaccinations

Dogs We recommend vaccination against Distemper, Hepatitis, Parvovirus and Kennel Cough. Puppies should receive vaccinations at approximately 6 to 8 weeks, 12 weeks and 16 weeks of age, and then an annual booster as an adult. Your puppy is best confined to your yard until after his/her...

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