Current Canberra Lockdown:
WE ARE STILL OPEN to care for your fur-family. Due to current circumstances we have had to make some alterations to how we work to keep everyone safe and ensure we remain open.
Our altered opening hours are: 9am to 5pm Monday to Saturday.
Please call us if you wish to book an appointment, as we have temporarily stopped online bookings. We ask that when you arrive at the clinic please remain outside the building , or in your car, and call reception to notify us you have arrived. We are currently not allowing people into the building. A staff member will come out to collect your pet and then a vet will phone you and conduct the consultation over the phone. Please wear masks when attending the practice.
If you have any questions about how we are managing this situation, please call our receptionists. At this time our call load is high please be patient while we get to your call. Thank you so much for your patience and understanding in this challenging time.
I don’t think he can see right?? One of the joys of having a pet is gazing lovingly into big eyes that gaze back with just as much emotion. Quite a bit of time can be lost in this rather fabulous form of communication. But what if one day you noticed something was a bit off with that loving gaze? Eyes seem a bit glassy? Squinting? Red? Sore? What if the gaze isn’t quite focused on you or is jumping around a bit? What if your pet starts bumping into things? What if their gaze