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Spring 2018 Newsletter

Spring has sprung! Our latest newsletter includes information on kitten season, why de-sexing is important, especially at this time of year. There's also some news on our Open day from last weekend!   Spring2018

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Open Day!

Dear friends, KVP would like to formally invite you to our Open day! We are celebrating 30 years together at Keysborough Vet Practice and would love for you to join us. There will be show bags, a sausage sizzle, bake sale and hampers full of...

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Winter Newsletter 2018

Dig out your Scarf! Winter has rolled around again. We've got some great tips on how to keep your dogs warm and cosy this Winter in our new newsletter. We also cover some warning signs to look out for with Thunder phobias. Don't forget August...

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Autumn Newsletter 2018

With the Season changing and Easter coming up we've created a new and exciting newsletter for you all to read. We've included some interesting facts and information regarding toxins, food to avoid feeding your pets and disease symptoms to look out for. We've also included...

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Christmas Open Hours

Open hours for the Christmas and New Year's period are as follows:      Sunday 24th December: OPEN Monday 25th December:  CLOSED Tuesday 26th December: CLOSED Wednesday 27th December: OPEN Thursday 28th December: OPEN Friday 29th December: OPEN Saturday 30th December: OPEN Sunday 31st December:...

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Mitral Valve Disease

Mitral Valve disease is the most common type of heart disease in small dogs and is especially common in the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Toy and Miniature Poodle, Maltese Terrier and Chihuahua. The valves in a normal heart close tightly to only allow blood to...

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Local FIV prevalence

Does your cat go outside, at all? Do they have up to date FIV protection? Feline Immunodeficiency Virus, the pathogen that causes Feline AIDS, is a relatively common virus of cats, with up to 20% of stray cats in Victoria being infected. It is commonly...

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Rat Bait Poisoning

“My dog ate Rat Poison a few hours ago but he seems fine…” We commonly receive phone calls from well-meaning pet owners with dogs or cats that had eaten rat poison a few hours earlier, or even the night before. Sometimes we’re not told for...

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