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August is Dental Month

August is Dental Month

Time to look at your dog or cats teeth!  If you have any concerns about your pets teeth, you can get them checked free of charge during August by a vet. Just call, the nurses on 8645 9926 and let them know you want a free dental check for your pet. What are the signs...
The law has changed!

The law has changed!

All cats and dogs must be microchipped. Not sure your pet is microchipped?  Just bring your pet in and the nurses will scan them and give you the microchip number if one is found. Yes, we provide free microchip certificates if you have lost yours. If your pet needs to...
Dog Wash August 2018

Dog Wash August 2018

RSPCA Dog Wash, Saturday 18th August 10AM to 1PM. Whyalla Veterinary Clinic, 97 McDouall Stuart Ave. $15 Per Dog, please bring donation in cash. All proceeds go to building facilities in Whyalla for RSPCA to facilitate animal...
2018 July:  Parvo Update

2018 July: Parvo Update

The Whyalla Veterinary Clinic is still seeing case of dogs with Parvovirus. The disease manifests itself, predominantly in young dog, with intense vomiting, diarrhoea and extreme lethargy. We have had no vaccinated dogs come down with parvovirus, so it is safe to walk...
Puppy class instructor required

Puppy class instructor required

We are expanding the puppy training classes at the Whyalla Veterinary Clinic and are looking for two mature people who have considerable experience with dogs to run the classes for us. More details are available under the Jobs...
Open 7 days a week with choice

Open 7 days a week with choice

The Whyalla Veterinary Clinic is open 7 days a week except for certain public holidays. Hours: Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm, Saturday 9am to 5pm and Sunday 9am to 1pm. As we are a multi-vet practice, you can choose the vet you would like to see. Please let the nurses...
The face of parvo

The face of parvo

Desperate dogs dying slowly in agony, vomiting and passing bloody diarrhoea. Unable to eat or drink you can see the sadness in their faces, the desperation in their eyes, as they sit in puddles of bloody diarrhoea while their life fades away. Canine parvovirus is a...
Parvovirus 2c confirmed in Whyalla

Parvovirus 2c confirmed in Whyalla

Tests on faeces from dog suffering from parvovirus were sent to the University of Adelaide for testing to determine the strain of parvovirus that is currently being seen in Whyalla. The test confirms the presence of the new strain of Parvovirus 2c. Two types of tests,...
Whyalla dogs come down with parvovirus infection.

Whyalla dogs come down with parvovirus infection.

The cooler weather has brought a fresh outbreak of parvovirus in dogs in Whyalla.  Dogs become quiet, start vomiting, develop a fever and bloody diarrhoea. If they are not treated they can die from infection and dehydration. Parvovirus is shed in the faeces of an...