Entries by sumHill

FAQs about the Coronavirus

Corona FAQs Q: What is SHVV doing to make their hospital as safe as possible for me and my pet? A: We are monitoring AVA, NSW Government & WHO guidelines & updating our practice protocols constantly. We are asking clients who are unwell to stay at home, keeping employees home if they are unwell, cleaning […]

Payment Options: ZipMoney and ZipPay

It can be very distressing not being able to afford vet treatment for your pet. The last thing we want is for you to compromise your pet’s health and happiness due to financial constraints. As such, we are always looking for reliable financial options for our clients. At the moment we have been using ZipPay/ZipMoney […]

New Cat Boarding Houses!

We have received our first pair of BRAND NEW large cat houses for our boarders! We know how worrying it can be to put your furry family members into boarding whilst you go away. To make your cats as comfortable as possible and give you peace of mind, we have ordered fancy new cattery houses. […]

Puppy’s First Vet Visit

Congratulations on your new family member! A new puppy is always an exciting time for the entire family. Who can resist the wagging tail, puppy kisses and all too big paws of a growing pup Whether you are a veteran puppy parent or not, it is always a good idea to bring your new little […]

Is your pet holiday ready?

Preparing for the holidays can be stressful- to help make things easier for you Dr Lydia has put together a checklist to ensure you don’t need to have that last minute emergency visit to the vet! Print a copy of the checklist below and take some time to go through it – if you notice […]

My cat is missing

We have put together a guide to help owners with lost cats. Whilst it is not a guaranteed way to find your missing cat, we have found that a lot of these tips have had some success. A lost cat is one of the most heartbreaking things a pet owner can experience. Unfortunately having an […]

Tick Season

We had our first paralysis tick patient last week. A little poodle had just returned from a trip to the bush when his owner noticed a paralysis tick on his ear!   His owner was vigilant and kept up to date with his flea and worming treatment however not all flea products protect against ticks.  […]