Canberra Cat Vet

Canberra Cat VetcropCanberra Cat Vet, our sister practice, is located in Belconnen, at 16 Purdue St (parking access via Gillott St). Phone them on 6251 1444.


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    • Scratch that! Jul 22, 2015
      Some tips on picking an appropriate scratching post:  Pick the right post. Think about the places your cat scratches now. What’s her preferred material? Scout out posts and coverings that mimic her favorite scratching surfaces. Choose from sisal, cardboard, carpet wood or leather. How high? Does your cat stretch high and far above his head? […]
    • Playing or Fighting? Jun 18, 2015
      It can be difficult to tell the difference sometimes between cat play or fighting. The following are a few general guidelines to help you determine which is which: Play fighting is often silent - no yowling or screaming should be present in play. Cats who play with one another tend to take turns in the […]
    • My kitten has diarrhoea... Jun 2, 2015
      Many kittens develop diarrhoea especially in the first week or two in their new homes. Often it is due to the big changes in their lives - a new family, leaving mum, new surroundings, but most often it is because of the new diet. Even good quality kitten food causes diarrhoea in a kitten that […]
    • Dental program Jun 2, 2015
      Canberra Cat Vet has launched a new  dental program to catch dental disease in the early stages. Dental disease prevention in cats is a high priority for us because cats rarely show us the full extent of the pain and discomfort they suffer because of tartar on their teeth and gum disease. It is only […]
    • Runny noses Jan 8, 2015
      Macey doesn't like sneezing one little bit!   Snuffles, sneezing, noisy breathing, snoring and nasal discharge are signs of nasal and sinus disease. In young cats the flu viruses – feline herpesvirus and calicivirus – are the most common cause. These viruses damage the nasal mucosa and then bacteria infect the nasal passages causing a […]

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