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You’re Invited!

Lake Rd Christmas Party is on soon. Bring along your pet for their Santa photo.

Lots of family activities with jumping castle, face painting, sausage sizzle and lots more!

Dress up your pet and enter them in lots of competitions!

Friday 20th December 6 pm! See you there.

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Birthdays

Happy birthday, Jesse!

A little bit early but better than late!

Hope you are very spoiled!

Have a wonderful birthday!

Adoptions

It’s raining kittens! No water but plenty of super cute kittens!

If you would like to view the kittens with a view to adoption contact Priscilla. priscilla@lakerdvet.com.au

Remember PETS ARE FOR LIFE NOT JUST FOR PRESENTS!!

Grass Seeds

What to do I do about Grass Seeds?

Grass seeds can be a real problem during the summer months so learn to recognise the early signs. The sharp tip allows grass seeds to easily penetrate your dog’s skin and can travel to any part of your dog’s body bringing infection with it. 

What are the Symptoms of Grass Seeds?

Grass seeds will generally cause swelling which will worry your dog causing the area to become weepy, or infected. Eyes will be weepy while a grass seed in the ear will cause your dog to constantly shake or scratch at their ear.

If the grass seed is not removed infection can remain and the grass seed can travel to other parts of your pet causing more significant problems.

Full article: http://www.vassevets.com.au/pet-resources/grass-seeds-recognise-problem-help-get-treatment-pet/ 

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What is a Hygiene Clip?

With summer on us you might like to bring your furbaby in for a ‘hygiene clip’. Our groomer Nat explained that a hygiene clip doesn’t take anything off the length of the animal’s coat but cleans up the hygiene areas. So for a cat we clip the chest, belly and sanitary areas and for a dog we clip the face, bottom, inside of ears, belly/groin, bottom of feet, ears and tail. 

 

Does your furbaby need a full clip ready for the heat of summer? Nat or Amelia will be happy to oblige.

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