Happy Easter! We hope the Easter Bunny is kind to you, however we need to be careful with chocolate and our beautiful pets.
As the warmer weather is finally coming to an end, now is the time to consider our pets mobility. Is your pet slow to get up and down? Is your pet not as active anymore? Chances are they have osteoarthritis, a painful condition that can be eased by veterinary medical care. Our weekly pentosan injection course for 4 weeks helps many elderly pets this cooler time of year.
Dental Month is here. During May and June, we are offering buy one get one free of our Royal Canin Dental food with any dental procedure performed. It is a good time to have a look in your pet's mouth and check their teeth or smell their breath. We find regular checking keeps our pet's teeth happy helping avoid extractions. If you have any concerns please book now for a free nurse dental check up.
Many owners wonder what happens when their pet has a dental performed. You can have a look on our website www.lakevet.com.au at Sammi's dental procedure to see the different stages. We aim for a stress free experience and passionate care for your pet. Digital dental xrays are available if required to help fix any sore teeth.
Delta Dog Day Out
The “Delta Dog Day” was a great success. It was lovely to see so many of our loyal clients and four legged friends on the day.
Rebecca’s Scooby attracted all the Dalmations in the park as they all compared their liver spots.
Erin’s Pearlene was very comfortable in her pram and posing in many photos whilst breaking a few male dog’s hearts.
Kelly and Anthony’s Lacy was just happy to be part of the day promoting and supporting the Delta Dog Society. The day raised invaluable funds for the group allowing them to continue their visits to schools, hospitals and aged care facilities to name a few.
We unveiled some future paw painting Picassos in our painting booth. All in all, it was a great day for a great cause. Spread the word and we look forward to next year.
Easter Hamper Winners
Congratulations to Pam with Jackson at Swansea, Belinda with Lucy and Poppy at Charlestown and Julie and Mark with Charlie at Belmont. Enjoy the hampers.
Easter is a time that most of us look forward to, allowing us guilt free consumption of lots of
Our pets, particularly dogs have a sweet tooth for chocolate. Ingestion of chocolate for our pets can be life-threatening. Clinical signs include hyperactivity, anxiousness, vomiting, diarrhoea and abnormal heart rhythms. These cases require veterinary care immediately to remove the toxin and manage the patient. If your pet does eat chocolate, ring us straight away. This will allow us to remove as much of the chocolate as possible as well as give your pet supportive care.