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Summer Hill Village Vet

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Cat Mandoo is back for his weekly bandage change after falling 3 storeys a few weeks ago. He’s since had his leg surgery and is progressing well with his owners’ care at home. Mandoo has been an absolute sweetheart and trooper from the start so Nurse Jasmin decided to jazz up his bandages 😎💫 ... See MoreSee Less

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With restrictions starting to ease a little (and the weather getting colder!) we have made some changes to our Covid-19 protocols.

· We can now have a maximum of 4 people in the waiting room (keeping in line with social-distancing requirements) HOWEVER we understand that as it gets colder it can be uncomfortable waiting outside. So please feel free to remain in your car and PHONE US, then we can let you know when to come in.

· We still request that only ONE family member comes into the hospital with the pet.

· Please sanitise your hands upon entry (we have 2 dispensers - at the door and at the reception desk and exit).

· Please call to arrange prescriptions or medications prior to arrival

· Please reply if we email asking your pet’s history, clinical signs and your questions

· Use EFTPOS payments where possible

· Follow instructions and any direction given by team members

🐶Thankyou to everyone for all your continued support!😸
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‼️Anyone visiting the clinic today (or even just walking past)‼️

please be mindful when walking out front. Someone has smashed some beer bottles on the sidewalk outside our door. We have swept as much as we could out of the way but please be wary of any tiny shards that might still be around, especially for your dogs' feet
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