Newsletters

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December 2021 Newsletter

December 2021 Newsletter

Christmas is a lovely time of year. However, every year it is the same - cats and dogs are attracted to bright shiny objects like moths to a flame! And the greatest challenge of all, the Christmas tree, will tempt your cat (regardless of age) to climb and conquer it. They will, of course, be egged on by the family dog, who will relish getting the cat into trouble....

November 2021 Newsletter

November 2021 Newsletter

Without a doubt, there has been a boom in pet ownership as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. While pets are a great comfort, the reason was more complex than that. The opportunity to work from home meant many people could finally get a pet, as they would be at home to look after it. If you are a new (or existing) owner, do you have a question about your furbaby?...

October 2021 Newsletter

October 2021 Newsletter

As the weather warms up, so do the parasites - with fleas, ticks, and worms being the most common parasite affecting Australian pets. They can cause severe illness or even death. Prevention is the best option to control external parasites, while regular worming treatments can prevent internal havoc. Worms are an uncomfortable topic; they are not fun in any sort of...

September 2021 Newsletter

September 2021 Newsletter

Happy Spring! Inside this months edition, we talk about: Pet Emergencies - are you prepared? September Special: Receive $50 or 16 Paw points off desexing for the whole month of September Learn how you can get a free dog wash token Transcripts to our recent Facebook lives on arthritis All about pet allergies Hero of the month Plus so much more....

August 2021 Newsletter

August 2021 Newsletter

Welcome to HIGHlands Veterinary Hospital's August's newsletter! Inside this months edition we talk about; August: Focusing on pet health Arthritis: Learn how you can claim your free arthrisit check! Our next Facebook Live: Creaky Bones - Treatment & Care of Arthritis Did you miss our online presentation on Pet Emergencies? 6 Ways to keep your puppy healthy Puppy...

July 2021 Newsletter

July 2021 Newsletter

Welcome to HIGHlands Veterinary Hospital's July newsletter!It has been a busy time this last month! HIGHlands Veterinary Hospital brings you information that is both useful and informative to pet owners. We have added new pages to our website, including our Pet Gallery where you can share pictures of your favourite pets here. It may be a picture of your dog playing...

June 2021 Newsletter

June 2021 Newsletter

Welcome to HIGHlands Veterinary Hospital's June newletter! Inside this months edition we talk about; The Key to Keeping Arthritis at Bay Look out for our Facebook Live on Pet Emergency First Aid When is the Right Time to Say Goodbye to Your Pet? Find out more about our 'Paws The Pavement' Competition From Fat to Fit - Did you miss this Facebook Live? You can watch...

May 2021 Newsletter

May 2021 Newsletter

As we move into May, there is so much news to tell you that this newsletter is bursting at the seams! We are focusing on obesity in pets this month, which is becoming a real problem for pets and their owners. If you have an older pet who is carrying a bit of excess weight, they might be huffing and puffing a bit as you make your rounds. This is an ideal time to get...

April 2021 Newsletter

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 commitments set in. Walking in the morning is a perfect time to plan your day if you didn’t do it...

March 2021 Newsletter

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 launch themselves into a newly formed pile of leaves and explode out the other side. All it takes is a...