A new year is always a time of reflection about the year past. What went well, what didn’t, and how we can improve things for the new year. Our newsletter has changed accordingly and has a fresh new approach. It will still be chock full of valuable information and is aimed at helping the pet owner through all stages of your pet’s development. Our dedicated team is here to help you whether it is just a routine visit or whether it is a health issue your pet has that requires our help. You and your pet are welcome any time and our goal is to make your pet feel right at home during their visit.

As the seasons change, we like to point out the things to be aware of during the season. The summer has started with sizzling heat and although we know it is obvious, we’d like to remind pet owners that animals will be feeling the heat too. They require plenty of fresh water to drink, shade to escape the blistering sun, and that it is better to walk your dog in the cooler times of the day, ie the early morning or during the evening.

Also in this months newsletter we talk about;

  • The Wombat – The Accidental Hero
  • Tips For Photographing Pets
  • Australia Day Competition – Win a Holiday valued at $1250!
  • Case Study – Crate Training for Dogs & Cats
  • Is Your Cat Nervous Visiting The Vet
  • Senior Care – Looking After Your Aging Dog
  • Your Cat Requirements For Their Senior Years
  • Summers Hidden Health Traps
We would like to thank you, our valued clients, for all your support during the difficult times of 2020. What a year it has been, and we couldn’t have survived it without you.

We wish you all the very best for the New Year.

May 2021 be a year of realised dreams, family harmony, and healthy pets to fill your year with love and bring you the unlimited happiness you deserve!

Regards Dr Diederik Gelderman and the Highlands Veterinary Hospital team.

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