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Covid Lockdown Restrictions

Covid Lockdown Restrictions

Tuesday 20th July 2021 to Tuesday 27th July 2021 Veterinary clinic is open to see cases where animal welfare is a concern and given that we have been treating parvovirus cases in dogs, that includes vaccinations. We can supply medication repeats and food on a...
Dog Wash August

Dog Wash August

On Saturday 14 August 2021 the Whyalla Veterinary Clinic will hold a dog wash with all proceeds going to the Waratah Hockey Club Bring your dog along to the ‘Scrubb A Dubb’ Dog Wash (In memory of Paul and Donna) August 14, 10 am-1 pm, at the Whyalla Veterinary Clinic,...
Major Equipment Update

Major Equipment Update

The Whyalla Veterinary Clinic has replaced all their pumps and syringe constant rate infusion pumps with the new Braun state-of-the-art pumps. These will enable us to provide safer anaesthetics and better treatment of parvovirus and other serious illnesses.  ...
Canine (Dog) Ehrlichiosis unlikely in Whyalla.

Canine (Dog) Ehrlichiosis unlikely in Whyalla.

  Ehrlichosis is caused by an infection with the bacteria Ehrlichia canis which occurs when a dog is bitten by an infected tick. The main tick responsible for this is the brown dog tick (Rhipicephalus sanguineus) which is found mainly in the far north of South...
Great start for cat adoption in 2021

Great start for cat adoption in 2021

2021 has started well with lots of unwanted cats finding forever homes in Whyalla. Each year the Whyalla Veterinary Clinic rescues lots of cats and finds them a new home. All the rescued cats are health checked and temperament tested, vaccinated against cat flu,...
Community dog wash success

Community dog wash success

The January “Scub-A-Dub for our clubs” dog wash was a resounding success, with the highest turn out yet for this charity dog wash, run by the Whyalla Veterinary Clinic, with 100% of the proceeds going to Whyalla’s clubs. This month, it was for the Mens Shed, raising...
Open as usual but you have to check in

Open as usual but you have to check in

Following the South Australia government guidelines, our doors are open. When you arrive,  you have to check in, either with the QR code using the mySA GOV.app on your phone or filling in the SA Government paper contact tracing record. Please do not come to the clinic...
Isolation ward full as vets battle parvo outbreak

Isolation ward full as vets battle parvo outbreak

The new isolation ward provides excellent facilities for the treatment of infectious diseases, such as parvovirus, whilst ensuring the safety of regular patientsThe isolation ward has the latest stainless-steel cages with waste handling trays to enable the treatment...