Newletters

Welcome to the HIGHlands Veterinary Hospital Newsletters. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns.

April 2021 Newsletter

Are you starting to feel the chill in the mornings? It does bring with it a bit of relief from the searing temperatures of summer. This is a great time to get out with your furry friend early in the morning and let them wear a bit of their energy off before the day’s...

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March 2021 Newsletter

March is the beginning of autumn, a beautiful time of the year when the heat of summer starts to drop to more bearable temperatures. Cats and dogs especially love the fallen leaves that tumble around in the wind and make for a good chase, while some dogs love to...

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February 2021 Newsletter

We all know that Valentine's Day is the day for lovers, and who loves you more than your pet! Even if you do not have a special human yet to spoil on the day, your pet pal can be your Valentine. Why not take your dog out for a run along a bush track stopping on the...

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January 2021 Newsletter

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...

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September 2020 Newsletter

Hello and welcome to this month’s newsletter. The birds are singing, and nature is going through its renewal stage after the cold winter. We can look forward to longer days with warm breezes that will tickle your pet’s ears, causing them to race around acting goofy!...

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August 2020 Newsletter

With only one month left of winter, we can look forward to enjoying the milder spring. Covid-19 is still making its presence felt, and the reminder to continue social distancing, the hand sanitising, and wearing of masks is important in this pandemic era. The first...

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July 2020 Newsletter

There is an icy nip in the air as we head into July. Older pets will feel it more than an active youngster, so be aware of their needs and provide deep warm beds, nourishing food, and gentle exercise to keep them fit and mobile. For those with pets who suffer joint...

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June 2020 Newsletter

Hello and welcome to this month’s newsletter. Ever so slowly we are returning to normal life, or as they say on the news … the new normal. People are coming out of their homes, children are getting back into school, and many businesses are slowly picking up the pieces...

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May 2020 Newsletter

As life continues under strict supervision from Government & Health Authorities, people are coming up with some innovative ways to fill in their days during the lock down. Families are dragging out the long-forgotten board games and puzzles, dinner is returning to...

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April 2020 Newsletter

April is a lovely time of year; the temperatures are cooler, and the weather seems more settled. As you are all aware, the Coronavirus or Covid-19 as we have come to know it, is causing all sorts of problems within our communities. We want to let you know that...

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