Singleton Cat Policies
A summary of policies from Singleton Council and the Companion Animals Act on Stray Cats, Nuisance Cats and Lawfully Seizing Cats in Singleton. *These links work best on mobile. On PC you might have to scroll up a bit after clicking the link. What’s a Stray Cat ? When can
Choosing The Right Kitten or Cat
Being a good cat owner and being a good neighbour means choosing the right kitten or cat for your home and lifestyle. A cat selected to suit their living environment is more likely to be happy and well-adjusted, and therefore less likely to exhibit unwanted behaviours. Consider your home: can
Senior Pet Consult
The month of June we are celebrating our Senior Pets. To show how much we love and care for them, we are offering $150 Senior Consults. These consults include a senior checkup (more in depth then a regular consult) and a regular blood screen. Just like people, your pet’s health
Intestinal Worms
There are five types of intestinal worms which can infect your dog, four types that can affect your cat and some of these can be passed on to people. Some worms can live in the environment for more then a year so it is essential that your worming schedule is
All About Teeth
Periodontal disease is one of the most common diseases seen in veterinary clinics, affecting 70-80% of cats and dogs worldwide Periodontal disease is defined as disease of the structures surrounding and supporting the tooth including the gum, the bone of the jaw, and the ligament holding the tooth in the
Fleas and Ticks
Fleas are an environmental problem but require dogs, cats or native animals to feed and breed. Only a small percentage of the flea population live on the pet. There are four main parts to the flea life cycle: Flea – 2-4mm long and commence feeding within minutes of landing on