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More cases of Parvovirus in dogs in Whyalla.

More cases of Parvovirus in dogs in Whyalla.

Update: 18th April 2020 The Whyalla Veterinary Clinic is treating more cases of parvovirus infection in dogs and what is worrying the vets is that the new strain is now being seen in older dogs, not just puppies and geriatric dogs. It is now estimated that 60 dogs...
Do cats pose a COVID-19 Coronavirus risk?

Do cats pose a COVID-19 Coronavirus risk?

COVID-19 Coronavirus risk is transmitted person to person through saliva or droplets from an infected person, either directly via cough or sneeze (Hence social distancing) or via contaminated surface which is touched and then transferred to the face (Hence hand...
Parvovirus in Whyalla.

Parvovirus in Whyalla.

Whyalla has recorded its first case of Canine Parvovirus for 2020 when a dog presented to the Whyalla Veterinary Clinic with drooling, dehydration and bloody diarrhoea and returned a positive test to Parvovirus. The weather in March is proving perfect for the spread...
Your Vet is OPEN 7 days

Your Vet is OPEN 7 days

But it is not business as usual. Australia is going through unprecedented times trying to control the spread of the COVID-19 virus. We are committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of our clients whilst still being there to care for your companions. Coming for...