Pet healthcare is easy and affordable at your local Central Coast vet. There are a number of compassionate, caring and considerate veterinarians that are here to treat your pet for a range of medical conditions. Protect your pet from contracting infectious and preventable diseases with the necessary core vaccinations. Kitten and puppy vaccinations can be administered as early as 6–8 weeks old and are integral to providing the antibodies needed to guard them from potentially fatal diseases. Even if your cat lives indoors, they will still require the core vaccinations. If curiosity gets the better of your furry friend, ensure vets and animal shelters can find you quickly with a microchip. This simple procedure acts as a tracking device by implanting your contact details underneath the skin of your pet. However, keep in mind that if you relocate it’s paramount that you contact your local vet to update your contact details in your microchip. Did you know approximately 250,000 healthy but unwanted cats and dogs are euthanised every year in Australia? Desexing your pet can go a long way to helping reduce the number of homeless pets that end up in animal shelters. Cats can become pregnant from 4 months old so it’s important to schedule your kitten in to be desexed as early as possible. Book an appointment with a veterinarian on the Central Coast to get your pet desexed. The Central Coast is no stranger to warm weather—this
is perfect living conditions for fleas. Don’t wait for the sun to come out to organise flea prevention treatments for your pet. Get started early and give your dog or cat their best chance at giving fleas the flick this summer. You can find a fantastic range of effective flea and tick treatments from your local vet clinic to suit your budget. For expert advice on which flea treatments is best for your dog or cat, be sure to schedule an appointment with a veterinarian. When you need an animal hospital that’s available for 24/7 emergency vet care—there are a number of vet clinics on the Central Coast to help your pet get the treatment they need. Whether your pet has fur, feathers or scales, you can trust that their health and wellbeing will be the top priority at your local vet clinic. Give your pet the right dietary support with high-grade pet food that can’t be bought at the supermarket. Manage skin conditions, kidney stones, weight loss with industry-leading brands including Royal Canin and Hill’s Science Diet and Nutrition that’s designed to provide your dog and cat with the nutrition they need. For regular check-ups, vet surgery or if your pet is acting out of the ordinary and you need advice, contact one of the friendly vet clinics on the Central Coast. You can feel confident knowing your dog, cat, bird or reptile will be in good hands.